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Press Releases from AA Xpose Media (6 total)

Homeless crisis to worsen after election

HOMELESSNESS is likely to worsen after the Australian federal election on May 21 as investors have been holding off on development applications. Inspire Realty founder/ property advisor Colin Lee, aka Property Prince, said with elections looming, some investors and developers were being cautious holding off on developments until after the election results were announced. "Every developer I have spoken with nationally in the last three weeks has been waiting and seeing what

78-year-old Helps Aussie Businesses & Homeless with New Career

A Hervey Bay 78-year-old woman with health challenges has come out of retirement to help support the homeless and Aussie businesses, as one-third of tourism businesses fear they will be forced to close in the next three months. While many others have retired by age 78, Anne Taylor said she feels like she is just getting started with her new www.AussieProducts.com.au store. “Who would have thought we would still be in this

Edit on the Spot technology wins at Techstars Startup Weekend

A NEW Gold Coast initiative that allows video editing to be done while live streaming has won the top business award at the Gold Coast Techstars Startup Weekend. Freedom Potential Centre founders, Anastasha and Martin Renaud with their team (Darryl Astin, Christie McCabe and Giorgio Reichel) were voted top business among 90 other participants split into 7 finalist teams with their innovation Edit on the Spot at the recent event at

How to be happily single & avoid suicide this Valentine’s Day

WHILE Valentine’s Day is celebrated as a day of joy and romance, many single people spend the day feeling lonely, depressed and suicidal. A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report shows that relationship problems are the top cause of suicides today and psychologists worldwide suggest that Valentine’s Day on February 14 is the start of an annual rise in suicide rates that peak in April. It doesn’t have to be

Grandad Inspires Aussies to Bounce Back to Freedom on 3-month Road Trip

A BUNDABERG grandad has come out of retirement after 11 years to inspire Aussies to Bounce Back to Freedom after Covid-19 with a road trip from Bundaberg to Darwin from July 13 to October 25, 2020. Author of 7 books, Hans Jakobi, 66, has gone from being suicidal and surviving multiple tragedies, including three serious bushfire threats to his home and an eight-year drought, to being a successful businessman and funding

COVID-19 fear making people sick, says doctor

A Gold Coast doctor says people are worrying themselves sick from fear due to COVID-19 and recommends simple strategies to help prevent developing the virus. Dr Meer Janjua has seen over 2000 patients at My Doctors Clinic in Surfers Paradise over the past three months, since the first case of COVID-19 emerged in Wuhan China in December 2019. "Among those I've seen, not one patient to my knowledge has been diagnosed with

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