Month: January 2016

Why I’ll always think of Perth as a second home

I’m writing this on a flight to Perth, reflecting on the many many times I’ve made this trip before and the important role those flights have played in our business story. We bought our first pharmacy in Perth in 2008 – settlement date was February 14th so Stuart quickly claimed it as his Valentine’s Day […]

A traineeship that did more than ‘train’, by Anita Heiss

This is the first ever guest post on my blog, and I’m delighted that it’s written by Anita Heiss, super talented author, Manager of the Epic Good Foundation, and a very good friend of Stuart and mine.   Glenn MacDonald is a talented boxer who has aspirations to work in film and television. He has […]

Why I’d like to see us change the date of Australia Day

I just don’t feel the same about Australia Day any more. I used to enjoy it as a day celebrating how happy I was to live in this great country, with the way we spent the day highlighting some of those things – enjoying one of Queensland’s beautiful beaches, and the sun, surf and sand […]