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SimplyScienceDirectory 


SimplyScienceDirectory is not a "science" directory - it's aim is to assist businesses serving Australia’s future growth. 

We believe most companies will be interested in providing others with a clear summary of their management, products and services.


SimplyScienceDirectory will cover details of prospective customers, plus names of key personnel, manufactured products, ancillaries and services. Every company providing this detail will receive a copy of the information gathered.


An email is being sent to over two hundred significant companies, inviting their participation.

They will supply company information, linked to their main classification.


Most business persons realize that it takes only a few new customers to significantly improve business.

Referrals are always the most productive form of advertising!


FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION PLEASE CONTACT :

Robert Thompson at [email protected]

SimplyScienceDirectory

Copyright Robert Thompson 2017

ABN 25 497 168 919


 

What could be more satisfying than having a fantastic night out, knowing that your ticket purchase will lend a hand to some of the most marginalised people in our community?

 

Get your tickets now for the Rainbow Gala Charity Ball

 

Silent Auction and Raffle prizes include:

·         $2,500 worth of Empire Cleaning Services

·         Tom Samek print ‘Friends for dinner’

·         A wilderness tour with Pennicott Wilderness Journeys              

·         Accommodation Packages

·         MAC Cosmetic packs

·         Peppermint Bay Cruise

·         Family passes to the Richmond Gaol

·         $100 to spend at the Republic Bar and Café

·         Two tickets to Chicago at the Theatre Royal

·         Abseiling experience

·         Behind the scenes tour of Government house and afternoon tea with the Governor her Excellency Kate Warner

·         Dinner for two with Cassy O’Connor and Nick McKim

·         Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra tickets

·         Lunch with the Lord Mayor and tour of Hobart Town Hall

·         Family pass to Port Arthur

·         Meet the Bees experience

·         Paintings/Art

·         Various books, vouchers and bottles of wine and lots of other surprises!

 

Get in fast, ticket sales closing soon!  No door sales.

 

TasCAHRD, Rainbow Communities Tasmania Inc. and TasPride are inviting you to get involved in raising funds for the Andrew Shaw Foundation.

 

How to purchase tickets

·         Tickets can be purchase through the trybooking website, just search Rainbow Gala or use this link https://www.trybooking.com/PDSU

·         Tickets can be purchased as a single, table of 10 or table of 12

·         If you are unable to attend, it is also possible to purchase a pay it forward ticket for a member of the community who wishes to attend buy finds the cost of the event prohibitive

·         Tickets will be on sale until Wednesday 17th May 2017 – Book now to secure your seat!

 

The event

Included in the ticket price is return coach transfers, picking up from the Hobart CBD at 6:30pm to Glen Albyn Estate, and then returning at the end of the night back to the CBD.

 

The Rainbow Gala Charity Ball will be a great night including a welcoming drink, three course dinner, entertainment, silent auction, raffle and lucky door prize.  Tasmanian radio personality, Matty Newell, will MC the event.  Flamingos will host the after party, with free entry to those attending the Gala!  Live performance by MisTy DelRay and comedians Craig Wellington & John X, with guests Anna Kidd and Chloe Black!

About the beneficiaries

All funds raised go to the Andrew Shaw Foundation, the only source of emergency relief funding for those impacted by HIV in the state.  One third of people living with HIV in Tasmania live below the poverty line.  Many are socially isolated.  Reported transmissions in Tasmania are on the rise and requests for support via the Foundation are increasing.

 

As one client described, “After my diagnosis 6 years ago, I spoke to nobody.  It was a heavy burden to carry alone – the mental health impact was enormous.  Seeking support online, I discovered TasCAHRD.  When I spoke to their support worker I broke down.  It felt like I’d been carrying a deep, dark secret.”

 

“When I finally had the courage to join their coffee group, I didn’t realise the power it would have.  I felt welcomed, started to understand what was normal, connected with others facing the same issues.  Now I meet new members who feel the way I did, and I can support them.”

The direct impact of the Andrew Shaw Foundation support cannot be overstated.  It achieves more than assisting people living with HIV, and their carers, to survive extreme financial and emotional challenges in their lives.  Knowing that someone cares enough to reach out to them is transformative.

 

Any questions about the Andrew Shaw Foundation, or about the Rainbow Gala Charity Ball can be directed to Sarah at TasCAHRD on [email protected]

 

At Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary


You will see a number of species that are sadly now extinct everywhere but Tasmania.  They include the Tasmanian devil, the Eastern quoll and the shy Tasmanian bettong.  These three marsupial species have made their last stand Tasmania and, sadly, other marsupials are at risk of joining that list.

Australia has the highest number of mammal extinctions in the past 200 years and at Bonorong we are determined to ensure these animals do not join that list.  As well as these animals you will see everything from possums to potoroos, emus to echidnas, the agile spotted-tailed quoll and orphaned wombats.  The focus is our wonderful natives.

All our animals are here for a reason and our number one aim is to see them back in the bush and to prevent them arriving at our door in the first place.  Come and learn how you can help! Read our wildlife rescue page to find out how you can be involved in caring for these animals, maybe even becoming a wildlife rescuer or carer yourself.

Robert's Perform Talent

We co-ordinate emcee, actors, singers, musicians, comedians for quality entertainment at corporate and community events, functions, weddings, parties.

We offer marketing and promotion services to the City and Tourism-set of Hobart. Flyer and poster hand distribution to students  tourists, cafes, businesses and letter boxing. Mentions on this website, Facebook-public, information centres, newsletters, venues, many media outlets. Our network is seeking the latest news of events, things to do, sites to visit. 

Simply advise your contribution and marketing requirements to [email protected] 

As a matter of general interest some of my most enjoyable: theatre, film, choral and commercial work experiences in Tasmania, include: Cats!, Oliver!, Death Or Liberty, Oragutang Boy, Elevator Repair Service, Sorell On Stage, Spring Bay Theatre Co, All's Well That Ends Well, Southern Gospel Choir, Choir of High Hopes, Spring Bay and Friends Singers, Festival Of Voices, Ten Days, Generations Ensemble Theatre, The Dame, Hamley Productions, Blooming Tasmania, small business consultancy and research. And in Sydney: Kompass Australia Business Directory as top sales and research officer for 25 years, retail and wholesale management. Sydney Street Choir and links to Choir of Hard Knocks. Contact = [email protected]