Monthly Archives: January 2013


Seeking a Career Change?

January 25th, 2013

The new year sees many people consider whether they are happy in their current job, and in some cases, a career change. What’s the best way to change careers later in life, and how do you do it without starting at the bottom? There are many reasons to seek out a new job. It could be a change in your […]

The Worlds Biggest Airports

January 21st, 2013

We live in a truly amazing time, where much of the world is less than one day travel away. Thanks to the commercial aviation industry, we have access to a global transportation system that allows us to experience different countries and cultures easier than ever before. The biggest airports of the world are the most crucial nodes in this system, […]

How to Secure a Better Interest Rate

January 18th, 2013

Unhappy with your bank? Here are five ways to secure a rate cut and to pay less for your home loan. Even small savings each month can add up to a lot over the life of your loan, so seeking out a better rate is often well worth your time. Keep up to date with rates Complacency is a bank’s […]

Property pointers for 2013

January 11th, 2013

Thinking of making a move in 2013? Whether you’re buying or selling, take a look at these property pointers to make the most of this year. The outlook for 2013 No matter what other factors may be influencing property prices, without market confidence, little growth can be expected. The good news is that buyer confidence is on the increase. The […]

Power your Household from Rubbish

January 4th, 2013

Private companies, individuals, and governments around the world are getting more creative about ways to create clean energy. In Western Australia, one company are developing a waste-to-energy plant, using technology designed to power homes directly from household rubbish. While there are around 900 plants across the world already capable of converting rubbish to energy, this Kwinana facility by Phoenix Energy […]