What is the name of the song used in the ad campaign from WorkCover New South Wales, titled “Homecomings”?

Question by allyally14: What is the name of the song used in the ad campaign from WorkCover New South Wales, titled “Homecomings”?
WorkCover NSW commenced a compelling awareness campaign on 27 January 2007 focusing on the broader impact that a workplace injuries can have on home and family. Titled ‘Homecomings’ the campaign, brings home the message about the importance of staying safe at work in order to return home to your family safely.

The campaign’s theme, workplace safety doesn’t just affect you at work – it affects your whole family, emphasises the importance of placing a high value on safety, in a personal way.
The campaign and concept was originated by WorkSafe Victoria and adapted for WorkCover NSW, following the successful impact of the Victorian campaign, which ran in 2006. It is an example of the States working together to harmonise key areas of occupational health and safety and workers compensation.

The campaign’s message is an important one for the whole community as workplace injuries bear a heavy social and financial cost. In 2004/05 there were 125 work related fatalities in NSW were 50,000 serious injuries (they are injuries with more than 5 days off work) and over a billion dollars in costs. The campaign includes an advertising element which will air on television as well as radio, newspapers and buses in metropolitan, regional and ethnic media across NSW.

There are many reasons for staying safe at work. One of the most important reasons is to ensure a safe return home to friends and family. Workplace injuries can affect employers, colleagues and the community. In a worst case scenario workplace incidents can cost lives. There are simple things people can do to help safety at work, such as reporting hazards and risks if you identify them, following safe work methods and cooperating with employers instructions.

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Answer by me
could you give a link to the commercial at least? some more info to work with?

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What are some precautions I can take to get used to being more frugal with my money?

Question by ARTY: What are some precautions I can take to get used to being more frugal with my money?
I’m used to spending money for no reason but, I recently started to become more tight and, live on a budget. Any tips to get used to it and, kill my temptations to going back into bad spending habits. My goal is basically to go from one extreme to the other. Go from being aa compulsive spender to the polar opposite.

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Answer by eskie lover
I’ve been frugal and a tightwad for most of my life. Here are some tips on how not to spend money needlessly and build some savings at the same time.

Use coupons whenever possible, at the grocery, to buy fast or restaurant food, at the discounters and drug stores. Take the amount of money you saved by doing so and put it into a savings account.

Set up a regular amount of money that goes into a savings account whenever you are paid and take that off of the top, in other words pay yourself first.

Be cognizant of what you are spending by giving yourself a set amount of money in cash to spend at the grocery store or on entertainment or for luxury items.

Watch prices. There are certain times of the year that categories of items go on sale, buy then. For example, linens always go on sale in January, good time to buy sheets and towels.

Do research. Especially when purchasing big ticket items. Compare prices or get at least three estimates before making the buy.

Re-use, re-cycle and re-purpose. Before pitching an item consider whether it has another life as something else. For example, I like to burn candle jars and when they are finished I re-use the jars after cleaning them out. They can be used to make another candle by taking the remnants of other candles melting them down and adding a wick. They are great containers to share a soup or stew with a neighbor or sick friend. And, they make wonderful containers to give home baked goodies in during the holidays.

Use store brands. Almost all of them carry money back guarantees and many are even made by the major manufacturers. They are generally 33-40% less than the national brands.

Stay away from the malls, discounters and your favorite stores unless there is something you actually need to buy from them. And then only carry enough cash to pay for that item.

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A whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on: used in moderation, shakes can be a healthy addition.(Eating Right): An article from: E

A whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on: used in moderation, shakes can be a healthy addition.(Eating Right): An article from: E

This digital document is an article from E, published by Earth Action Network, Inc. on March 1, 2005. The length of the article is 1386 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: A whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on: used in moderation, shakes can be a healthy addition.(Eating Right)
Author: Starre Vartan
Publication: E (Magazine/Journal)
Date: March 1, 2005
Publisher: Earth Action Network, Inc.
Volume: 16 Issue: 2 Page: 42(2)

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Printed Gas Coupons for Official City Cars During the Fuel Crisis. A City Commissioner Shows the Coupons That Were Used in February, 1974. Each Coupon Allowed Five Gallons at City Pumps Only 02/1974

Printed Gas Coupons for Official City Cars During the Fuel Crisis. A City Commissioner Shows the Coupons That Were Used in February, 1974. Each Coupon Allowed Five Gallons at City Pumps Only 02/1974
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Original Caption: Printed Gas Coupons for Official City Cars During the Fuel Crisis. A City Commissioner Shows the Coupons That Were Used in February, 1974. Each Coupon Allowed Five Gallons at City Pumps Only 02/1974

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13036

Photographer: Falconer, David

Subjects:
Portland (Multnomah county, Oregon, United States) inhabited place
Environmental Protection Agency
Project DOCUMERICA

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Can research be used by the teacher? (in teaching a physical fitness class): An article from: Palaestra

Can research be used by the teacher? (in teaching a physical fitness class): An article from: Palaestra

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Title: Can research be used by the teacher? (in teaching a physical fitness class)
Author: Gail E. Webster
Publication: Palaestra (Magazine/Journal)
Date: January 1, 1996
Publisher: Challenge Publications Limited
Volume: v12 Issue: n1 Page: p20(5)

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Natural Health & Hygiene : What Is Tea Tree Oil Used For?

Tea tree oil has antiseptic and anti-fungal properties that can be used to clean wounds and treat yeast infections. Treat wounds, psoriasis and other irritations using tree oil with tips from a natural healing specialist in this free video on natural health and hygiene. Expert: Lauren Roy Contact: www.sugarhollowfarm.org Bio: Lauren Roy has been in the natural living business for about 15 years. Filmmaker: EquilibrioFilms Jenn
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Is it healthy to reuse cooking oil that had been used for deep-frying?

Question by yeenin: Is it healthy to reuse cooking oil that had been used for deep-frying?
I meant in the context of everyday home-cooking, not at a restaurant. If it’s okay to reuse, what’s the best way to store the “used” oil?

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Answer by KellysGirlB5
Of course, it is an average thing in a normal household. You store it in a special pot I don’t know what it’s called. Wal*Mart will tell you though!!!!!!!!!!!

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Food stamps not being used for healthy food

Food stamps not being used for healthy food
Nearly 10-percent of the people who go grocery shopping in Arkansas pay with an EBT card, otherwise known as food stamps. But some people aren’t using the money to buy…
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Food stamps not being used for healthy food
Nearly 10-percent of the people who go grocery shopping in Arkansas pay with an EBT card, otherwise known as food stamps. The government provides 31-year-old Viola Freeman of Little Rock $ 153 a month to buy food for herself and her 10-year-old son Jermaine.
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are artificial flavours [used in food ] good for health ? explain please ?

Question by h20: are artificial flavours [used in food ] good for health ? explain please ?
what are the advantages and disadvantages of using artificial flavours in food ?

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Answer by ♫♪♫ Moem ♀
I’d much rather explain the advantages of doing your own homework. But I’m afraid I can’t be bothered.

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Authentic & Old-Fashioned Mother’s Recipes: Over 200 Mouth-watering and Nutritious Recipes That Mothers Used to Make!

Authentic & Old-Fashioned Mother’s Recipes: Over 200 Mouth-watering and Nutritious Recipes That Mothers Used to Make!

INTRODUCTION

The Things Mother Used To Make consist of old fashioned recipes, which have been for
the most part handed down by word of mouth from one generation to another, extending
over a period of nearly one hundred years. The author, a New England woman, has during
her life tested out in her own kitchen the greater part of these recipes, which represent the
best cookery of those times.

This material was originally published in Suburban Life, where it obtained such
recognition as seemed to warrant its preservation in book form. The original material
accordingly been amplified, and it is here presented as one of the volumes in the series of
Countryside Manuals.

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