Edition 276 – Contrasts

In an all day meeting with a family business client recently, we met with two separate bankers. My client’s current bankers have dropped the ball and have stopped servicing the client. In spite of there being a reasonable loan balance and the opportunity for the bank to further invest with the client, the bank have not assigned them a manager since before Christmas 2020. It was time to look around for an alternative and two were invited in for a meet and greet.

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Edition 273 – The Numbers

Last night, the Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg handed down his third budget and this Government’s eighth. In a bold statement, the Treasurer placed an emphasis on using the twin pillars of rising employment and falling welfare dependency to drive the budget bottom line.

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Edition 272 – Mowing the Lawn

The funny thing about mowing the lawn is that you need to do it regularly. Every week in the summer. Fortnightly in the winter. Otherwise, it gets overgrown, quickly. The weeds take hold, leaves and bark from your garden end up on the grass and generally, it starts to look a bit of a mess.

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Edition 269 – Tragedy

Around six weeks ago, there was a horrific level crossing accident in Central Western New South Wales. Two men died when their B double truck, carting gypsum, collided with a freight train. It was late afternoon and investigations are still continuing as to the cause of this tragedy.

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