GRAHAM Smyth’s days of standing on the side of the road with a job seeking sign seemed like a distant memory yesterday as he put on his crisp new work uniform.
BARGARA supermarket employee Ed Robertson has dazzled locals with his customer service and polite personality, despite having been bullied in his early life.7
I remember Ed well when he worked in Rockhampton. What a delight and pleasure he is. I would always go through his checkout. He always made my day. Good on you Ed. You make the world a nicer place..
A TEMPORARY ‘digital tattoo’ that lets wearers unlock their smartphones without having to punch in a code has gone on sale for $10 in the US.1
Because I live in a dumb politician electorate, I have no use for a smart phone as there is no mobile signal here.
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