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11 Jan 2019

Last year, more than six million consumers — one in three Australian adults — fell victim to identity theft, credit card fraud or had their passwords compromised.¹ This cost the Australian economy more than $2.3 billion, and, at an individual level, cost each victim an average of approximately $195 and 16.2 hours (or more than two business days) to rectify.²

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7 Jan 2019

It’s been 12 months since we launched eCommunications, digitising as many of our letters as possible and allowing you to receive an email or SMS from us for certain messages instead of waiting days for a letter.

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7 Jan 2019

Travelling light? Now you don’t even need your phone to make payments, thanks to Fitbit Pay and Garmin Pay™.

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5 Jan 2019

You may dream about overseas holidays, home renovations or simply spending more time with your friends and family in retirement. However, the reality is that many people’s savings are unlikely to match their ideal retirement lifestyle unless they take action.

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4 Jan 2019

Download and read our latest issue of With Interest.

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2 Jan 2019

In Australia, the Government subsidises different types of aged care services to cater for older peoples’ needs and to support their carers — usually their family.

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3 Nov 2016

Beware of a new Android mobile malware (Android GM Bot Malware) which are targeting Australian Banking customers. The malware attempts to gain full control and access to the users accounts.

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4 Oct 2016

As soon as Sara Scott started school she knew she wanted to be a teacher, and she was so determined to achieve her ambition that she took on her first student at five year’s old.

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4 Oct 2016

When Jo Hurrell reflects on her choice to become a teacher, she realises it was her father, and role model, who inspired her career decision.

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4 Oct 2016

Cassie Young wasn’t sure what she wanted to do after high school, but a gentle nudge from her Dad set her on the path to becoming a teacher and it didn’t take long to recognise her love of teaching and learning.

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4 Oct 2016

Travelling around Australia and New Zealand as a science presenter for The Investigator Centre and Educate Me was what sparked a career change for Charlene McGrath.

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4 Oct 2016

Kangaroo Inn Area School’s Amy Williams has squeezed a wonderfully heady mix of life and professional experience into her nine years as a teacher.

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12 Sep 2016

Having mostly taught in disadvantaged schools throughout her career, Steph Hentschel knows firsthand the impact positive wellbeing has on children’s engagement and learning.

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7 Sep 2016

Android Pay is the simple and secure way for members with compatible mobile devices to download the app and register their Credit Union SA Visa Debit and Visa Credit cards, creating a ‘digital wallet’ on their smart device.

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