My 7 Top Tips for Maximising Your Business Day

Have you got a pretty packed schedule? Snap! So have I and that's why so maximising time is absolutely essential. These are my top tips for maximising your business day. #1 Checking emails – have designated times for checking your emails. First thing in the morning, midday and before finishing work for the day. If possible, shut down your … Continue reading My 7 Top Tips for Maximising Your Business Day

20 Years of Breast Cancer Advocacy

2018 marks 20 years of involvement with breast cancer advocacy for me. In Australia today we have the McGrath Foundation, Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA), National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) and Dragons Abreast Australia (DAA). We've come a long, long way in the last 20 years. Back when I was diagnosed none of these organisations … Continue reading 20 Years of Breast Cancer Advocacy

GUEST BLOG: Darwin – My Home by Maisie Austin OAM

A lovely insight into what it was like to grow up in Darwin – thanks to Maisie Austin who features as a guest poster for our Lord Mayor this week.

Katrina Fong Lim

Maisie, Austin OAM has been awarded The Order of Australia Medal, the Australian Sports Medal and inducted into the Northern Territory Sports Hall of Fame. I am honoured she has agreed to be my guest posters this week and shares her memories of Darwin and the uniqueness of what makes this place she calls home so very special.

Katrina

Darwin is my home. It is unique, full of different nationalities, traditions, and cultures, where you can wear the same clothes all year round, with perhaps a cardigan or tracksuit pants on two or three days during the Dry Season.

The changes to Darwin have been many since my childhood days, from sharing a Sidney Williams hut with our extended family to now living in a 3-level house with sea views.

I lived at Parap Camp (now known as Stuart Park) since 1949 when my family returned to Darwin after having…

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