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Thank you, pardon my French

Published on February 12th, 2011 | by Ann Rickard

My baby granddaughter said her first French word last week, which is pretty remarkable seeing as she’s an Australian baby living in Tewantin. She’s 20 months old and saying quite a lot of words already, her... Read More


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Its called Lunchroom for a reason

Published on February 12th, 2011 | by Ann Rickard

Banning smelly foods from the office desk? Actually, I think it’s a good idea. But not so the other bans BHP Billiton have put in place, especially the use of post-it notes. And one framed photo... Read More


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Not quite done with the old days

Published on February 12th, 2011 | by Ann Rickard

When people start using phrases suchas “I rememberwhen” or “in my day”they instantly label themselves as old fogies. That’s me this week. Hopefully, next week I will againbe filled with my youthful joie devivre, but I... Read More


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Early bird catches the comfy couch

Published on August 12th, 2010 | by Ann Rickard

I’ve always been ahead of my time but I didn’t realise just how far until I heard P&O Cruises now has a program for couples to tie the knot aboard their favourite cruise ship. Romantic? Innovative?... Read More


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