Local communities across the state were encouraged to drop in for a coffee with their local cops on May 8 to help strengthen relationships and learn about the important work officers do to keep people safe.
Minister for Police Troy Grant said people usually only seek out police when they are a victim or a witness of crime and they are at their most vulnerable – not ideal times to build relationships.Read more
Now in its fifth year, the nationwide scholarship offers the next generation of Australian hospitality workers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work across three different countries in internationally-acclaimed hospitality businesses. Upon their return to Australia, the scholarship winner will be partnered with a local industry leader for a year-long partnership. Read more
Sustainable coffee cup company Sttoke has unveiled its latest 8-ounce (236 millilitre) reusable cup.
Priced at $39, the Sttoke Reusable Cup is made primarily from stainless steel, and comes with a water-based Greblon ceramic coating, a facet that, according to the company, sets the cup apart from its competitors by not compromising on flavour. Read more
The 2018 Cup of Excellence in Nicaragua has awarded 35 coffees with the lowest score at 86.66.
Out of 214 farmers who submitted their lots, 40 coffees were submitted to a jury comprised of coffee professionals from Russia, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Germany, the United States, Mexico, South Korea and Japan. Read more