SPLASH! asked Michelle Blewett of Workforce Guardian to guide us through the recent changes to penalty rates, and outline what they might mean for the pool and spa industry.
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Erika Gleeson of Autism Swim looks at how swimming lessons can help mitigate the leading cause of death among children with autism spectrum disorder – death by drowning – which accounts for an astounding 90 per cent of deaths.
Once the weather turns wet we’re likely to see an increase in the number of frogs finding their way into backyard swimming pools. BioGuard’s Bill Mansfield has offered a few suggestions to help keep frogs out of the pool.
After nearly 45 years working in the swimming pool and spa industry, Peter Rabbidge has retired from Zeolite Australia and the industry.
By Cal Stanley If you aspire to build pools at the upper end of the market, there are a few things you must know and do to succeed. First and foremost is that your customers are likely to be worth far more than you so don’t screw them around or you may find out […]
Acting national GEMS regulator and E3 chair Rick Miles updates us on the upcoming considerations for national regulation of pool pumps and the status of the E3 program.
The new tallest inflatable waterslide in the world has been crowned at Perth’s Xscape at the City pop-up waterpark.
Dennis Baxter and Nelleke Gilhuys from Niagara Pool Supplies look back on their time in the Australian swimming pool industry, as they plan to sail off into a well deserved retirement.
Fibreglass pool pioneer Ian Mewett has handed on the baton. Watch his interview recorded at SPLASH! 2014.
The Secret Agent report shows some home values can rise by half a million dollars.
While winter can be a tough time for pool shops, there are ways to help keep the cool cash flowing.
Building and maintaining a watery work of art is a demanding brief.
Celine Dion’s $US72m property includes its own waterpark featuring a lazy river, waterslides and tip bucket.
This house and pool provide a spectacle in which man takes on nature.
A Byron Bay local has made a splash at Cannes as a film star and a mermaid in a fishbowl.
WaterMarc is designed to please the community now, while being geared for future expansion.