Shoring up help for Victoria’s marine wildlife

agl marine response unit rescues injured seals from in and around melbourne's port phillip bay
Zoos Victoria is doing a wonderful job at making waves in wildlife conservation, and AGL is riding alongside them. The team that’s turning the tide. Seal, whales, dolphins, turtles, sharks - all of our ocean friends in Victoria's bays and waterways can rest a little easier, thanks to the innovative AGL Marine Response Unit.In a state first, the unit was established...

Putting wind in the sails of the Broken Heel Festival

AGL Proudly Sponsors the 2016 Broken Heel Festival
AGL’s $460 million Silverton wind farm project – which is going up in the Barrier Range, around 20 kilometres northwest of Broken Hill – was keen to help the Broken Heel Festival find its feet by becoming a major event sponsor for 2016.

Triple the fun for Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson

There is a determined young girl darting around the park in the under 9s for South Coogee, and she’s the quickest player on the park. South Coogee’s Indy Gibson is lighting fast, breaking away from scrums and hurling herself into oncoming opponents. It’s a family affair for Indy. She plays alongside her two brothers Oscar and Finn, the only girl...

Reap the rewards from everyday spending with loyalty programs

loyalty programs movie tickets
Thanks to loyalty programs, spending hard-earned dollars on everyday purchases has never been more rewarding. But what's the best way to get bang for your buck?Loyalty programs aren’t new. For decades, Australians have been cramming loyalty cards of businesses, big and small, into their wallets and purses. Back in 2013, the annual ‘For Love or Money’ research on consumers’ relationships with loyalty programs...

Deaf heroes star on the rugby field

Rugby Union’s rules are difficult enough as is, but imagine if an interpreter was needed to translate directions from coaches, referees, and players into sign language. For the forty players on the Australian Deaf Rugby team (ADR), this is their everyday.Deaf rugby excels in AustraliaFounded in Sydney over 15 years ago by rugby fanatic Mick Conroy, the ADR team is...

Grassroots rugby at its most remote

As the crow flies, Cobar is more than 700 kilometres from Sydney, buried away in far north-western New South Wales.The region’s barren, desert-like landscape is dominated by the enormous Endeavor underground mine, found 47 kilometres to the north of Cobar. It’s the mine’s zinc, lead and silver that support Cobar’s community of 3,800.On winter weekends, you’ll find most of...