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Time to start planning the family's get-away activities! Easter is almost here, bringing with it an onslaught of chocolatey treats and a warmly welcomed four day weekend. MyNetFone will be operating at reduced hours over this public holiday, so please take note of our operating hours below:
MyNetFone’s Residential Support centre will be closed Friday 3rd April, however, will be open and operating at reduced hours over the remaining holiday period.
MyNetFone’s Residential Sales will be closed over the Easter break but will open and operating at the reduced hours of 9am-5pm AEST on Monday 6th April.
The MyNetFone Business Sales & Support centres will be closed throughout the Easter long weekend, with afterhours Emergency Support continuing to be available if needed.
Normal operating hours will resume from Tuesday, 2nd April.
|Residential Customer Support:||Business Customer Support:|
|Friday 3rd April - Closed||Friday 3rd April - Closed|
|Saturday 4th April – Open 9am to 5pm AEST||Saturday 4th April - Closed|
|Sunday 5th April - Open 9am to 5pm AEST||Sunday 5th April - Closed|
|Monday 6th April – Open 9am to 5pm AEST||Monday 6th April - Closed|
Have a fantastic Easter break!
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In support of the national Harmony Day and Cultural Diversity Week MyNetFone team rolled up their sleeves, placed their chef hats on and took part in the Taste of Harmony initiative.
The Taste of Harmony campaign promotes the celebration of workplace diversity through the sharing of our culturally different yet scrummy national dishes. The team delivered on some really delicious and unique national food, which can be seen in the few snaps captured above.
'Harmony Day' is Australia’s national day of cultural diversity, which is celebrated on the 21st March each year. Harmony Day is held annually to align with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on 21 March. Harmony Day has been running for the last 15 years, promoting inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone. The Victoria government expanded on the idea of Harmony Day through its Cultural Diversity Week initiative, promoting the same cultural inclusiveness and diversity embracing themes but extended over a week's duration. Cultural Diversity Week is one of Victoria's largest multicultural celebrations and it this year it ran from 14-22 March 2015.
A few interesting statistics:
- 45% of Australians were born overseas or have at least one parent who was
- 85% of Australians agree multiculturalism has been good for Australia
- The most common languages spoken in Australia aside from English are Mandarin, Italian, Arabic, Cantonese, Greek, Vietnamese, Tagalog/Filipino, Spanish and Hindi
- Over 60 Indigenous languages are spoken in Australia
- 92% of Australians feel a great sense of belonging to our country
Harmony Day and Cultural Diversity Week are opportunities for everyone from different backgrounds to come together to share their culture, respect and acceptance within Australia.
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