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As more people turn to freelance work and self-employment, the home office is fast becoming the new norm. Working from home welcomes the luxury of freedom that’s hard to find in a conventional office setting. However, the comfort of your own home may also act as a distraction, so it’s important to design a fully functional workspace that is both stimulating and inspiring, to boost your productivity. Here are five tips on setting up the ideal home office, for maximum comfort, style and efficiency.
There was a time when regional phone users had a choice between Telstra or Telstra. These days, all but the remotest areas are covered by most major telcos — which is just as well, given recent developments. Vodafone has just upped the ante with a $9 million investment in 32 new mobile base stations across its regional mobile network. Here are the states and suburbs that are set to benefit.
“The United States and Great Britain are two countries separated by a common language.” So goes the old chestnut commonly attributed to playwright George Bernard Shaw. One of those separations is in the spelling of words like colour (color), theatre (theater), and realise (realize). But how did this separation occur?