First port of call for quarter of a century

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Geelong optometrist Linda Robinson explains why she is celebrating 25 years of membership with Optometry Victoria.

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Big changes to government hand-outs for property

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First home buyers in Victoria may benefit from plans to make significant changes to the First Home Owner Grant and stamp duty from 1 July 2017.

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Strong bonds hold firmly in Melbourne

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Colleagues who completed optometry in Melbourne 10, 20, 30 and 40 years ago have reminisced at a reunion.

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Looming myopia problem: an ophthalmologist's perspective

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Optometrists will be in the front line as we face an onslaught of high myopia retinal complications in the coming decade.

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Penalty rates phase in on 1 July

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New Sunday and public holiday penalty rates come into effect from 1 July 2017.

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Kate takes out inaugural BCLA Award

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Past president of Optometry Australia, Kate Gifford, has received the inaugural British Contact Lens Association President’s Award for Contact Lens Excellence.

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Eye conditions linked to sleep apnoea

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Optometrists attending NQV will be told why they need to put sleep apnoea on their agenda.

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‘Reassuring to know they had my back’

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Sallyanne Morrison talks about why she’s been an Optometry Australia member since 1990.

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Retinal imaging helps Angel fly high

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Angelina Duan’s imaging of the smallest retinal blood vessels has been published in Scientific Reports.

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Survey on amblyopia and strabismus, and more news in brief

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Sheela Kumaran, a PhD student at Flinders University, needs amblyopia and strabismus patients to contribute to a quality of life survey.

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Profession partners with Indigenous allied health

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Optometry Australia is now a corporate member of Indigenous Allied Health Australia.

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Crossing the line

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Australian optometrists have a very good record of not attracting complaints.

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Integrated care optometry clinic opens at hospital

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A new optometry clinic, specialising in diabetes, has opened at a Sydney hospital.

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Big on collaboration

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The first NT Indigenous Eye Care Conference will take place on 14-15 June in Darwin.

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Scope, skills, standards impress Lisa

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Next year marks 30 years since Western Australia optometrist Lisa Jansen joined Optometry Australia.

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