Credit Union SA News
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4 Oct 2016
Travelling around Australia and New Zealand as a science presenter for The Investigator Centre and Educate Me was what sparked a career change for Charlene McGrath.
4 Oct 2016
Kangaroo Inn Area School’s Amy Williams has squeezed a wonderfully heady mix of life and professional experience into her nine years as a teacher.
12 Sep 2016
Having mostly taught in disadvantaged schools throughout her career, Steph Hentschel knows firsthand the impact positive wellbeing has on children’s engagement and learning.
7 Sep 2016
Android Pay is the simple and secure way for members with compatible mobile devices to download the app and register their Credit Union SA Visa Debit and Visa Credit cards, creating a ‘digital wallet’ on their smart device.
5 Sep 2016
While working in the services industry, public relations and events management might seem worlds apart from the education sector, it’s the pathway that eventually led Scott Foale to teach.
2 Sep 2016
Andrea Lindner only ever wanted to be a teacher, and despite having experience as a deputy principal, coordinator and school counsellor, she remains utterly content to focus her energy on being in the classroom.
15 Aug 2016
For first home buyers thinking about buying as a property investor rather than an owner-occupier, Credit Union SA CEO, Grant Strawbridge, shares his top tips.
2 Aug 2016
SATAC is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Alexandrea Cannon to the position of the inaugural independent SATAC Board Chair. This is the first time an independent, non-institution based Chair has been appointed.
22 Jul 2016
Heidi may have missed out on having her picture taken in front of her new home when the SOLD sticker went up, but she certainly celebrated in style with her sister once the keys were in her hand.
6 Jul 2016
Choosing which suburbs to consider when looking for a house can be a challenge by itself. The old adage “buy the worst house in the best street” is all well and good, but how do you know which streets are the best? How much should you pay for the worst house?
14 Jun 2016
Building and designing a brand-new home is a sure-fire way to turn that ownership dream into reality, and provides years to enjoy all the modern conveniences and creature comforts on offer. But Credit Union SA CEO, Grant Strawbridge, says careful planning is the secret to success:
1 Jun 2016
Nominations have now closed.
19 May 2016
Credit Union SA has reduced its standard variable home loan rate to 5.29% pa from 17 May 2016 for new applications, following the Reserve Bank’s decision to lower interest rates at its May meeting.
16 May 2016
It’s easier than you think to master your mortgage says Credit Union SA CEO, Grant Strawbridge, who shares his top tips on how to make that happen.
4 May 2016
An intricate portrait composed of more than 3000 metres of coloured thread and 11,300 nails has been voted the most popular work in the SACE Art Show 2016.
30 Apr 2016
Credit Union SA has thrown much-needed financial support to first-time property buyers by announcing a market-leading First Home Buyers Grant that will help South Australians get a foothold into the property market sooner.
20 Apr 2016
Martine Turnbull went from feeling embarrassed about the recognition of being nominated for the SA Excellence in Public Education Award, to embracing the opportunity that would, ultimately, benefit her students.
20 Apr 2016
Ernabella Anangu School teacher, Ryan Bubner, has received a boost to his efforts to make a marked difference in the lives of his students.
18 Apr 2016
On 1 January 2017 up to 326,000 pensioners may have their entitlements reduced.