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Everyday safety

Everyday Safety

COVID-19: Misinformation and scamming

Whilst we have seen many communities and organisations come together to support one another, unfortunately there are those that attempt to make financial gain by exploiting the fears of the public. This comes in the form of scams via email, phone call and other regular forms of contact.

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Everyday Safety

COVID-19: Types of isolation

Whilst many of us embark upon a prolonged period working, studying or spending time at home, it's important to remember that the isolation we are experiencing need not cut us off from the things we enjoy in life. We've taken some time to think about the different types of isolation and have compiled them - it’s important to understand the difference. 

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Everyday Safety

Wild weather: We are ready to respond

Over the past few months, Australia and New Zealand have experienced every extreme weather event there is - from fires and flooding, to smoke and storms. The volatile weather means that it's important that our members take the relevant safety measures to ensure their own wellbeing in their day to day lives.

You can find some easy ways to prepare yourself below. It includes reliable information from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology and New Zealand WeatherWatch.

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Student life

Meeting up with a stranger to buy or sell? Here's Sonder's advice for staying safe

The internet can be a great place to pick up a bargain, or earn a bit of spare cash selling something you no longer need. Sites like eBay, Gumtree and Facebook Marketplace are hugely popular trading platforms, making buying and selling between strangers easier than ever before.

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