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The silly season is nearly upon us and Landscapers everywhere are digging in to complete a range of jobs before Christmas. In all the rush, it can be easy to...

Now is a great time to be looking for an Apprentice! To assist with the recovery from the impact of COVID-19, the Australian Government is providing support to all employers...

The Treasurer handed down the 2020/21 Federal Budget earlier this month. As the Australian economy is currently in recession as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, this budget contained a...

An easier way to keep track of your equipment. Say farewell to guestimates and unexpected downtime in your landscaping business. Husqvarna, the world’s largest producer of outdoor power products, introduces...

Technology touches just about everything we do. And although it improves the way we communicate, collaborate and transact, its downside is that hackers and cyber-thieves will continue to do what...

Great news, the entries for the 2021 Landscape Excellence Awards are now open. With over a year and a half of projects to choose from and extra time to prepare...

A reminder that it is a legal requirement in NSW that, if the cost of labour and materials for the work is more than $5K, a written contract is used...

What is it, what are its health risks, and how to prevent exposure to it?   Key takeaways... 1. Silica is a natural mineral found in some stone, rock, sand,...

Preparing your home or business for an extreme weather event.  Key points: The BOM states there's now three times the normal likelihood of La Niña developing over spring/summer 2020, which...

Today is RU OK? Day. Never has it been more important to ask the question, ‘Are you OK?’ 2020 Has seen economic challenges and social upheaval on a scale not...

Being a landscaper is hard work which is why it is important to take care of yourself. Early starts, physical work and tight deadlines are common across the industry and...

The Government has extended the JobKeeper Payment scheme from 28 September 2020 until 28 March 2021. Changes from 14 August 2020 mean: more employees can qualify – see the ATO’s...

On 13 August 2020, the High Court of Australia handed down a decision clarifying how paid personal/carer's leave is accrued and taken under the National Employment Standards (NES). In the...

Landscapers grow a culture of action and understanding Two Canberran landscapers are taking action to promote pro-active mental health and wellbeing sessions for the landscaping industry. Martin Rolfe and Dan...

Being a landscaper is hard work which is why it is important to take care of yourself. Early starts, physical work and tight deadlines are common across the industry and...

In our last newsletter and blog, we outlined a range of plant identification apps that you can download on your mobile phone or tablet and use on the job. We’ve...

On 1 July 2020, the NSW Government’s Silicosis Reduction Strategy started. The strategy introduced the most comprehensive reforms in Australia to reduce the deadly lung disease, silicosis. The reforms include:...

David is the owner operator of The Gardenmakers.  David has had a huge impact on the Association since joining in 1983. His unselfish dedication to the Association has been remarkable,...

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