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4 financial tips for people heading to university

Thursday, 28 January 2016 14:45

With most universities kicking off the year in full throughout February, there are sure to be a lot of people entering the tertiary-education lifestyle for the first time.

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Decorate with Style and for Less with Vintage

Tuesday, 05 January 2016 08:23

One of my favourite looks for the home is a mix of vintage and new. It can also be a very affordable way to decorate.

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Creating an Affordable and Stylish Outdoor Area

Tuesday, 05 January 2016 08:21

In the Australian climate, we spend a lot of time entertaining outdoors. It’s literally another room in the house, so it makes sense to treat it like one. If you get creative, you don’t have to spend a fortune bringing it together and giving it a little wow factor. Here are some great ways to create a gorgeous looking outdoor entertaining space you’d be proud to invite your friends to, and that won’t cost the earth.

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Christmas Lunch on a budget

Monday, 26 October 2015 14:27

Budgeting for christmas

Christmas lunch is supposed to be indulgent but you don’t need to blow the budget to have a meal that your guests will rave about.

Think outside the square when it comes to your menu. It doesn’t have to be traditional to be spectacular and a lighter meal might just have your guests (and their waistlines) thanking you.

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Lets make Christmas more enjoyable for 400 local families

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 08:52

IMB Bank Community Foundation has joined forces with local not-for-profit organisation Need A Feed to gather together food items during October for Christmas hampers to help local families doing it tough during the festive season.

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Moving out of home – what’s the rush?

Tuesday, 20 October 2015 09:13

If you’re heading towards your mid-twenties or even your thirties and haven’t flown the coop yet, don’t feel bad. Figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show that in 2006, almost one in four people aged 20–34 years were living at home with their parents, compared with 19% in 1986. With housing prices on the increase adult children are staying at home longer and longer.

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IMB Bank Community Foundation helps Life Education and Healthy Harold deliver vital lesson in the Illawarra

Friday, 16 October 2015 15:35

It’s a partnership spanning a number of years and in 2015, Australia’s largest non-government provider of drug and health education to children and young people,Life Education, again received funding from the IMB Bank Community Foundation to help them with their important work in local schools.

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