Author: Stephen Thomas

Are Chiropractors Real Doctors

This question has been debated for years and years; are chiropractors real doctors? Do you think they are? It does not help that the founder of Chiropractic was a little bit of a loony, believing that by adjusting the spine it cured the deafness, of a deaf man. This claim is impossible especially now with […]

Are People in Sydney Nice

First off, I would like to say that the people in serviced apartments in Sydney are one of the friendliest people that I have ever met in my entire life. From my own personal experience, the experience of travelling to Sydney felt like I am being surrounded by people that have a positive aura as […]

Be part of Bledisloe Cup this JULeye

The Australian Rugby Union has joined the JULeye campaign in event partnership for the Bledisloe Cup on 26 July in Sydney. There will be a team of volunteers from Clayton Utz and Macquarie Bank roving around ANZ Stadium to spread the word about JULeye and sell special edition eye tattoos. Australian – green/gold – and […]

The Eye Foundation Larapinta Challenge 2009

The Eye Foundation is excited to launch The Eye Foundation Larapinta Challenge 2009. This trip, managed by fundraising adventure travel company ‘Inspired Adventures’, is giving 20 people the opportunity to join an incredible trekking challenge along the Larapinta Trail (Central Australia) in late April/early May 2009. This adventure is designed to challenge Australians to get […]

Clayton Utz Bledisloe Cup Lunch

A major corporate partner, Clayton Utz, generously named The Eye Foundation as the charity of choice for their Bledisloe Cup lunch hosted by Phil Kearns. Dr Mark Loane, ex Wallaby captain, practicing ophthalmologist and Board Director of The Eye Foundation was a speaker at this event. The Clayton Utz Foundation matched, dollar for dollar, money […]

Bledisloe Cup a huge success for JULeye

In partnership with the Australian Rugby Union (ARU), the innovative event partnership for the Bledisloe Cup match on Saturday 26 July was a huge success. With 60 volunteers selling tattoos and collecting donations from rugby supporters, thousands of dollars was raised for research into eye disease. Inside the stadium over 70,000 rugby supporters became eye […]

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