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Ball & Doggett with Conect giving away Christmas Hampers!

Getting in the groove of Christmas spirit is Ball & Doggett, along with recently acquired Conect Enterprises, giving away 15 great Christmas Hampers between now and 15th December. Best of all, there’s no time consuming questions to answer – just spend $500 or more in a single order and you’re in the draw!

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PVCA back to worker-bashing in ‘70s-style response to new IR Laws?

Reading the: ‘PVCA leads IR Legislation support for industry’ news release, at first sight it looks like a useful forum for print business owners to get their heads around the incoming IR rules but, on inspection there are echoes of 1970s style paranoia that wicked Unions and workers are up to something with their Labor mates in Canberra. Report by Andy McCourt. 

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Melbourne's Enviro Print Group takes Fujifilm AP POS award 

Melbourne printer Enviro Print Group won the Point of Sale (POS) award and was runner-up in the Poster and Annual Report categories at this year’s FUJIFILM Business Innovation Asia Pacific Innovation Print Awards (IPA). Digital Print Australia won the award for Catalogues. The Wide Format award went to Thailand's Image Quality Lab.

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Oarsome night at LIA-Visual Connections Christmas dinner

It was a night billed as 'no speeches, just the industry getting together,' and what a get-together it was at the Sydney Rowing Club, waterside at Abbotsford. The LIA's Angus Scott and Visual Connections' Sarah Moore and Charly Blade were supported by The Press Gang, Society of Old Friends, Women in Print and Museum of Print folk.

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Women in Print & Sign a sell-out in New Zealand 

More than 270 women from the print and sign industries attended PrintNZ’s Women in Print & Sign events in Auckland and Christchurch over the past couple of weeks. It was the first time women from sign companies were invited to the annual events.

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