CWA News


These days the CWA are talking about joint problems of a different sort – a push for cannabis change in Australia. Nearly 20 years in the making, the first inklings of the motion to advocate for the placement of prescribed cannabis medication on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme was originally raised back in the early 2000s. […]

STEM Champion Again!

STEM Champion

By Craig Hingston For the second year in a row Pacific Hills Christian School at Dural has been announced as STEM Champion School at a nationwide Science- Technology- Engineering- Mathematics competition. The Science and Engineering Challenge (SEC) is presented each year by the University of Newcastle at Olympic Park and it attracts entries from across […]

Arcadian Quilting


He arrived in a small soft bag and spent some time on my latest small quilt, (a fore-runner to a new quilting idea)? He was full of hope, I could tell from his bright shining black eyes and his approach was also very positive. The approach from ‘the grandchild’ was equally positive, as an explanation […]

Caring for Yourself and Others

caring for yourself

As priorities shift, many of us will move to the role of ‘carer’. When caring for a loved one, we often have much less free time to devote to ourselves, which makes it important to prioritise caring for yourself. Signs of burnout as a carer  Fatigue Sleeping too much or too little Changes in eating […]

The Pros And Cons Of Buying Off-market property

Off-Market Property

Off-market property sales gained significant traction in Australia over the past few years as buyers explored all avenues to get ahead in a competitive seller’s market. Off-market sales invite qualified and highly motivated buyers to inspect a property before advertising it to the public. With this in mind, off-market sales can be advantageous to sellers, […]