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Isobel Blackthorn

Experiencing the Texts of Alice A. Bailey

This book is an edited and revised version of Isobel Blackthorn’s PhD dissertation The Texts of Alice A. Bailey: An inquiry into the role...

Book Review: Thunder Point by Colin Holmes

…reviewed for Blackthorn Book Tours About Thunder Road When an Army Air Force Major vanishes from his Top Secret job at the Fort Worth airbase in...

Huge Book Tour Praise for Gothic Thriller The Cabin Sessions

Sometimes, you feel so excited you want to shout from the rooftops. Today is one of those times. Two stunning reviews of my gothic...

Book Review Blackthorn Book Tours – Alejandro’s Lie by Bob van Laerhoven

About Alejandro’s Lie Terreno, 1983, Latin America. After a dictatorship of ten years, the brutal junta, lead by general Pelarón, seems to waver. Alejandro Juron, guitarist...

Spiritual Leadership by Alice Bailey

Announcing the release of two booklets on spiritual leadership written in 1921 and 1922 by Alice Bailey, not seen for a hundred years. The two...

A Matter of Latitude FREE on Kindle November 13 through 17

It’s not often that one of my books is available for free! A Matter of Latitude (Canary Islands Mysteries Book 1) is an Amazon...

The Unlikely Occultist: 0.99 US/UK Kindle 11/6 through 11/10

The Unlikely Occultist will be available for 0.99 as a Kindle purchase in US/UK from November 6 through November 10. You can purchase from Amazon...

The Cabin Sessions: 0.99 US/UK Kindle 11/3 through 11/9

The Cabin Sessions will be available for 0.99 as a Kindle purchase in US/UK from November 3 through November 9. You can purchase from...

The Legacy of Old Gran Parks: .99 Kindle 10/28 through 11/01

The Legacy of Old Gran Parks will be available for .99 as a Kindle purchase from October 28 through November 01. You can purchase...

New Release set in Canary Islands – Sing Like a Canary

I’m thrilled to announce the release of Sing Like a Canary (Canary Islands Mysteries Book 5) This book is very special as it is loosely...

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Mums Deserve More Than Roses: Unique Floral Gifts for Mother’s Day 2024 in Australia

Mother's Day is a cherished occasion to honour the extraordinary women who have shaped our lives with love, wisdom, and nurturing care. As Sunday, May 12, 2024, approaches, it's time to celebrate mothers across Australia with heartfelt gestures of appreciation. What better way to express gratitude than...

Eco Wave Power CEO Inna Braverman to Present at FII Priority Miami, Alongside Michael Dell, Mike Pompeo, Stephen Schwarzman, Jared Kushner, Gwyneth Paltrow, and...

Eco Wave Power Global AB (publ) (Nasdaq Capital Market: WAVE) is pleased to announce that Inna Braverman, the Company’s Founder and CEO, will speak at FII Priority invitation-only summit, themed “On the Edge of a New Frontier”. This prestigious event is set to take place on February 22-23, 2024, at the Faena Hotel & Forum, […]

Samsara Eco and lululemon unveil world’s first enzymatically recycled nylon 6,6 product

Sarah Cook, Chief Commercial and Operations Officer of Samsara Eco with the Swiftly Tech Long-Sleeve Top Samsara Eco paves the way for apparel to have an infinite-life  Australian enviro-tech startup, Samsara Eco, and its partner, athletic apparel brand, lululemon, have today debuted the world’s first enzymatically recycled nylon 6,6 product. Using recycled nylon 6,6 made with Samsara […]

Dr Ross Harper appointed to SmartCrete CRC Board

Dr Ross Harper  Non-Executive Director SmartCrete The SmartCrete Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) has appointed Dr Ross Harper as Non-Executive Director to the SmartCrete Board. Ross Harper is a well-respected senior executive, and recognised leader within Australia’s concrete ecosystem. As a former Group President Operations of Boral Ltd, he brings a wealth of industry and applied research experience to the […]

Global Report Finds IT at the Forefront of Sustainability Efforts, but Lacks Proper Tools and Expertise

OpenText reveals companies are embracing sustainability in IT, but are in the early stages A report commissioned by OpenText™ (NASDAQ: OTEX), (TSX: OTEX), the information company, released today finds that IT departments are playing a major role in achieving corporate sustainability objectives and cited the lack of innovative tools and expertise as primary challenges they face in […]


Michael Bayliss By Michael Bayliss, In the battle for population sustainability, advocates have become all too familiar with the challenge of facing criticism head-on. These passionate advocates constantly find themselves in the crosshairs of skeptics who eagerly highlight the ever-widening chasm between the wealthy and the underprivileged, dismissing population sustainability as a mere distraction from […]

RENT: The Musical 2024 [Melb]

Experience Jonathan Larson’s electrifying, multi-Tony® Award winning musical RENT Musical AU when it hits Australian shores as of tonight! Step into the vibrant streets of New York City’s East Village, where dreams are born, friendships are tested, and the power of love prevails against all...

No idea what to call this

I’m developing a really good track record for not talking about books this year. Or maybe that should be a really bad track record for talking about books. Both of those are right so take whichever you want. Last week I didn’t write at all and this...

Get your submissions in for the 2024 EEC Awards!

Submissions for the 2024 EEC Awards are open and there’s just over two weeks left to get your nominations in! Now in their eleventh year, the awards are Australia’s highest profile honours for excellence in energy efficiency, energy management and demand response. We’re inviting individuals and organisations to nominate projects demonstrating outstanding achievement in performance, leadership and […]


New-look on the way for some of Australia’s most iconic Easter products. Cadbury set to save an eggstra-ordinary amount of plastic and cardboard packaging this Easter Cadbury Australia has announced a bold move ahead of Easter, transforming its packaging to drive major savings in plastic and cardboard packaging from some Hollow Hunting Eggs and Easter […]

Shape the future of sustainability reporting

Nominations open for new members to join the GRI Stakeholder Council The process is underway to find new members to join the GRI Stakeholder Council, the governance body that fully embodies the multi-stakeholder relevance that is at the heart of GRI’s activities and priorities. An advisory formal forum that provides recommendations on future GRI policy […]


In pursuing a more sustainable future, the transportation industry stands at a crossroads, seeking solutions to reduce its environmental impact. For Australia to eradicate its dependence on fossil fuels, the Government needs to spend an average of more than $100 billion per year over the next 27 years finding a solution. As the nation’s population […]