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In 1945 the maverick and eccentric Percy Grainger devised
his own composer rating system, ranking himself ninth below
Bach and Delius, but above Mozart and Tchaikovsky.
Discover more at West Terrace Cemetery.
Visit westterracecemetery.com or call 8139 7407.
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Pictured: Prolific composer and virtuoso
pianist Percy Grainger (1882-1961)
Man is consoled for the
things he does by the praise
he gives himself.
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The art of celebrating life
Loved ones unable to attend a
funeral at Enfield Memorial Park can
now view it live via web cast. This is
one of the numerous state of the art
audio visual features introduced by
the Adelaide Cemeteries Authority to
provide families with memories that
they will cherish forever.
Acknowledging and honoring the life
of the dearly departed is important.
Loved ones can choose to have the
entire service filmed using multiple
high definition cameras. This allows
every aspect of the ceremony to be
Their trained technical staff can also
film the grave side proceedings.
The footage is then combined
into a personalised DVD which
can be passed from generation to
The Authority also offers a
complimentary Celebration of Life
DVD with every chapel service and
up to 30 photos of the deceased can
be included in the three minute DVD
which is played during the service.
It is through these unique and
bespoke ways that the Adelaide
Cemeteries Authority can provide a
tailored and truly meaningful final
farewell and lasting memory for your
For information on how they
can be of assistance, speak to
the friendly and knowledgeable
memorial staff on 8139 7400 or
Helping children stay safe online
If you want to learn how you can
protect your children or grandchildren
from harm online, Stay Smart Online
has developed a number of free
resources that can help.
With the proliferation of
smartphones, tablets and other
networked devices accessing the
internet, it is more important than
ever for parents, grandparents and
carers to understand how children
are using the internet.
Not only is it a valuable learning
resource, it is also a popular way
for young people to socialise and
Stay Smart Online suggests that
by following some simple ground
rules you can encourage safe online
1. Talk with your child or grandchild.
Discuss how to stay safe
online and how to report or
talk to someone if they feel
uncomfortable or threatened.
2. Encourage responsible socialising
online. Talk about protecting their
reputations online and to stop
and think before posting photos
or personal information. Teach
them about being nice online and
considering others’ feelings and
3. Teach children about privacy.
Get them to regularly check
the privacy settings on social
4. Set strong passwords. Talk about
the importance of using different
passwords for each online
account and not sharing their
passwords with anyone.
5. Protect mobile devices. Install
security software from a verified
provider and lock devices and SIM
cards with a passcode, password
or biometric. Only download apps
from reputable publishers and
keep software and apps up to
Of course, these tips aren’t just for
kids – they are also great ways to
make your own experience online
There are many free resources
available on the Stay Smart
Online website that provide helpful
information and advice on online
safety for parents, carers and
1. The Cybersafety Help Button, an
online resource which provides
easy online access to online
safety information and assistance.
The application offers counselling,
reporting and educational
resources associated with online
2. The Easy Guide to Socialising
Online, which provides tips for
how parents and children can
protect themselves when using
social networking sites, online
games and search engines.
3. Budd:e, a fun and engaging
education package with interactive
learning activities for both primary
and secondary students. Children
can play games for points and
build their very own personalised
robot or cyborg, while learning
important cyber security and
4. Stay Smart Online Alert Service,
a free subscriber based Alert
Service that issues easy to
understand advice about the
latest internet threats, scams and
other risks and how they can be
recognised and addressed.
The 2014 Stay Smart Online Week
will be held from 2 - 6 June this year.
If you are part of a community
organisation or business, visit
find out how your organisation can
become a partner of Stay Smart
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