Lachie Samuel knows a thing or two about remote, casual work. The Fly-In-Fly-Out life (FIFO) and Drive-in-Drive-Out (DIDO) life sounded appealing when, as a 19-year-old in 2009 Lachie followed his brother out of Auckland to Kalgoorlie, 600ks from Perth.Read more
Mentoring Men would like to thank those who have supported their work in 2020. Join them to celebrate their 2nd birthday. Inspiring speakers and great live music! Women and partners are encouraged to join.
Canapes will be served and drinks are available for purchase on the night.
Dress code: Semi formal Cost $60
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77 York St
Sydney, NSW 2000
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