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NSW gets new strata laws

Strata laws in NSW are about to undergo some of the biggest changes in 50 years including those dealing with pets, smoking on balconies and noisy floors In an exclusive announcement with the Sydney Morning Herald, NSW Fair Trading Minister, Anthony Roberts, said new by-laws are set to take effect in mid -2014, and will, … Continued
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Grace named O’Neil Software APAC Partner of The Year!

Grace Records Management was recently recognised by O’Neil Software as the 2013 Asia Pacific Partner of the Year at their annual strategic partners conference held in Huntington Beach, California last month. The conference is one of the largest of its kind with 150 records management professionals attending worldwide, including Grace’s own Sales Director, Derryk Guyer … Continued
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moving kids

Choosing a Child Friendly Neighbourhood

With the end of the academic year just around the corner many families will be making plans to move before the start of the new school year. For families with children looking to relocate, finding a family friendly neighbourhood is top on the list of their criteria. Here at Grace, we’ve put together a list … Continued
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Leading technology company goes digital

As one of the country’s leaders in research and technology, Thales Australia knows the importance of moving with the times. With piles of paper records building up, the company, which serves the defence, aerospace, security and transport markets in Australia, decided it was time to go digital. Following a successful tender process, Grace Information Management … Continued
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Grace plays host to Blake finalists

Grace Fine Art is once again supporting the annual Blake Prize, one of the longest standing and most prestigious art prizes in Australia. The official list of this year’s 73 finalists was released last Friday. However, as an official partner of the competition since 2006, Grace Fine Art had already had a sneak peak of … Continued
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Fire can destroy records beyond repair

History is littered with tragic fires that have destroyed thousands of irreplaceable archives and records both here and overseas. Some have been caused by electrical failures, others deliberately lit and a handful from natural disasters. With bush fire season now upon us, it’s important to understand the damage fire can cause to records and how … Continued
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Apartment boom ruining Melbourne

Plans to turn Melbourne into an attractive place to live and work are being derailed by a boom in high rise apartments, according to a new report from Monash University. Authors Bob Birrell and Ernest Healy said the unprecedented surge in high-rise apartment completions in Melbourne since the late 2000s had already impacted on the … Continued
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Business slow to go paperless

Paperless offices have been hailed as the future of business but according to recent research many companies have been slow to incorporate paper-free projects into their business improvement initiatives. AIIM, the peak organisation for information professionals, recently surveyed 562 of their members to examine the benefits of pursuing a paper-free work environment, reasons why adoption … Continued
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Empty nesters

Helping Seniors Move

Moving a lifetime of belongings from one house to another, as is often the case for seniors, can be a particularly stressful experience. Whether they are moving because of a death of a partner, the house has gotten too big and they are struggling cope or if they are moving to a retirement home, chances … Continued
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Garage

Packing up your garage or shed

Packing up your garage or shed is usually the last thing you get to when moving house, and they’re some of the hardest to pack. The problem is that garages and sheds contain everything and anything, from gardening equipment and sporting equipment to tools, and countless other objects you probably don’t remember keeping. Before you … Continued
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