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We had:

Jesse Marnock, Planner at Planz Town Planning and the winner of the Outstanding Student Project Award at this year’s Queensland Planning Awards for Excellence. Jesse used a conceptual approach to recognising Indigenous knowledge and culture in land-use planning and hopes the award might encourage more Indigenous people to consider a career in planning.

Richard Kuipers, founder of family owned removals company TWO MEN AND A TRUCK and renowned Sydney Businessman talking about how he has has designed a social responsivity program for the business called, MOVING TOGETHER. The business supports a number of projects under this program including the Indulkana Weather Station and Inwantja Arts which are a part of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in South Australia.

Cherie Barber, Asbestos Awareness Ambassador and Australia’s Renovation Queen discussing how although more than 4,000 Australian lives will be lost this year to asbestos-related diseases, many Australian’s can still be putting their health and the health of their families, children, and neighbors at risk because they don’t know the dangers of asbestos or where it might be lurking in and around their properties.

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