Daily Archives: 19/03/2014

Job Vacancies Wagga Area


Remuneration:Minimum $786.43 gpw + super
Enquiries:Stuart Lymbery – 0418 430 680
Closing Date:Friday, 28 March 2014 @ 5.00pm AEST

Two (2) Year Fixed Term Contract

Salary Range:$77,000 – $93,000 gpa + super
Enquiries:Geoff Veneris – 02 6926 9573
Closing Date:Friday, 11 April 2014 @ 5.00pm AEST
Part-time 30 Hours Per Week

Remuneration:Minimum $804.69 gpw + super (based on part-time work arrangements)
Enquiries:Kym Stewart – 02 6926 9370
Closing Date:Friday, 21 March 2014 @ 5.00pm AEST
Part-time 21 Hours Per Week

Remuneration:Minimum $508.32 gpw + super (based on part-time work arrangements)
Enquiries:Graeme White – 02 6971 4621
Closing Date:Friday, 21 March 2014 @ 5.00pm AEST



Salary Range:$58,000 – $70,000 gpa + 9.25% super
Enquiries:Greg Minehan – 02 6926 9332
Closing Date:Tuesday, 18 March 2014 @ 5.00pm AEST



12 Month Maternity Relief Placement

Remuneration:Minimum $1,285.47 gpw + super
Enquiries:Serena Wallace – 02 6926 9235 or Michael Schmid – 02 6926 9220
Closing Date:Friday, 14 March 2014 @ 5.00pm AEST



Remuneration: Minimum $24.80 gph + super
Enquiries:Jo Somerville – 02 6926 9684
Closing Date:Friday, 14 March 2014 @ 5.00pm AEST



To view these opportunities and apply, please visit Wagga Wagga City Council’s vacancy page…



Enigmatic Music Sensation Ray Isaac Launches New Album in Sydney With Unique Anti-Bullying Message

Music sensation Ray Isaac is counting down to the launch of his brand new album, which has a touching twist. The launch, which will take place on April 5th at Marble Bar in Sydney’s Hilton Hotel, will herald the release of his new album to US, UK and Australian markets, and the lead track on the album is an anti-bullying anthem that is set to take the world by storm.

Multitalented Ray, who divides his time between London, LA and Sydney, and works as a singer, songwriter and DJ, is cultivating a name for himself on the global music circuit. The album itself has been crowd funded predominantly by Ray’s devoted Australian fans, and he is now ready to launch the record and the lead track ‘Who I Am’ to the world’s media and music press.

Ray says of his album launch, “I’m thrilled to be launching my new album and music video in Sydney, which was the place where this whole album started for me. The fans have received me amazingly in Oz, and I’d like to give back by inviting them to the launch of my album, which will take place on April 5th and will feature a two-hour concert with me backed by a live band, free food, an autographed copy of my album, and of course, the first screening of my new video, ‘Who I Am’.”

 The video sets this album apart from the rest with a unique, anthemic anti-bullying message. The song itself, ‘Who I Am’, is about human beings taking back their equality and self-love, but also has a strong anti-bullying message which has real resonance with Ray, who used to be a teacher. The song is intended to empower young people, and heal any hurt or pain caused by bullying, and Ray intends to send the video out to schools and ensure it goes viral online to spread this important message to as many young people as possible. He believes in teaching young people to love themselves in order to find happiness, and feedback on his track already indicates that it is a strong, relatable song that many people can find comfort in.

Ray has also issued an invitation for all media to come and watch the screening of the video for the first time, as well as receiving a free copy of the album for potential review. All members of the media are invited to attend to get an idea of what Ray is trying to achieve with the launch of this album and video, and to enjoy being serenaded by the man himself for two hours while they chat to fans and discover more about this enigmatic musician with a passion for spreading anti-bullying messages.

 Launch information:

Date April 5th

Time: 7pm Sharp

Venue: Marble Bar – Sydney Hilton

Level B1, Hilton Sydney Hotel/488 George St, Sydney NSW 2000

“SOCRATES NOW” the internationally acclaimed play on at the Griffith Duncan Theatre

“SOCRATES NOW” the internationally acclaimed play on at the Griffith Duncan Theatre, University of Newcastle, Saturday 22nd March 2014.
Humour, Wit , Wisdom and a matter of life and death….
“Restless, humorous, brilliant and fascinating.” – Odyssey Magazine, USA
” I was very privileged to be present at a rare gift at the Seymour Centre’s York Theatre…. a consummately performed, English translated version of Plato’s play, APOLOGY OF SOCRATES. ……after a masterclass in acting, and classic Greek logic, we were won over.” – Sydney Arts Guide

Following its New York debut and 300 performances in 15 countries, Emmy Award winning Yannis Simonides, and the acclaimed play, “Socrates Now” in Newcastle for the first time and for only one performance.
Don’t miss this timeless classic account of history’s most famous trial, The Apology, by Socrates’ faithful student, Plato, brought to life in this hit international theatrical production.
Hear the godfather of philosophy face his accusers with his trademark wit, cutting logic, and the courage of his convictions. Consider his arguments on virtue, ethics, justice, politics, duty, love of life and hope in death, and make your own judgment. Engage in the post-performance “Socratic” dialogue and the opportunity to discuss your verdict with the actor. What would you ask “Socrates”?
Emmy award winner Yannis Simonides channels the eccentric yet magnetic personality of Socrates and offers a profoundly humane and engaging work which captivates with its humour, immediacy and simplicity. In today’s world the search for meaning is universal, and the wisdom of the Ancient Greek philosopher is more relevant than ever before.
SOCRATES NOW has been presented around the world including in the USA, Canada, Uruguay, United Arab Emirates, Ukraine, Belgium and UK. It has also been performed at the United Nations, the European Parliament, Harvard and Oxford Universities. It is now in Australia for a strictly limited season.
Newcastle performances in English at the Griffith Duncan Theatre
22nd March 7.00pm Adult: $35, Conc. $30 Student: $20 Transaction fees may apply
Kindly supported by the University of Newcastle
For more information and online bookings visit http://www.facebook.com/l/JAQEYLvqXAQGkqj9YAietl_0SJQbmDtAV3_bbCjyPKZO8rg/www.socratesnow.com.au or call 0450486358.