For the past few years we have incorporated a 'Laser Taskforce Project' in the local community where our annual conference is held. It makes sense to use our collective group of skilled electricians and plumbers for charity work when we are all in the same place at the same time.

11 Aug 2014

Tradies to ride 2000km on postie bikes to support beyondblue

As seen in Electrical Connection News In Brief - 11th August 2014 More than 20 people from across Australia and New Zealand will be riding from Melbourne to the Gold Coast on postie bikes this August, to raise awareness of depression and anxiety and funds for beyondblue.

Category : Community Projects

31 Jul 2014

Lismore's Memorial Baths now heated and powered by the sun

As seen in The Northern Star - 31st July 2014 Powersmart energy efficiency worker Michael Qualmann, Laser Plumbing Lismore construction manager Jake Campbell and Lismore City Council environmental strategies officer Anton Nguyen are happy to have helped the council harness the energy of the sun to warm the Lismore Memorial Baths.

Category : Community Projects

22 Jul 2014

Fundraising ride to stop in Sale

As seen in The Gippsland Times - 22nd July 2014 A beyondblue fundraising postie bike ride from Melbourne to Gold Coast will stop in Sale next month.

Category : Community Projects

03 Jul 2014

Chained To The Wheel

As seen in The Courier Mail - 3rd July 2014 You might call them the not-so-easy riders...

Category : Community Projects

25 Jun 2014

Electricians get on their postie bikes

As seen in The Weekly Advertiser - 25th June 2014 Laser Electrical Horsham owner Matt Coutts will get on his postie bike and ride to Queensland to raise money for mental health charity beyondblue.

Category : Community Projects

19 Jun 2014

Horsham's Matt Coutts to ride postie bike to Gold Coast for beyondblue

As seen in The Wimmera Mail-Times - 19th June 2014 A DESIRE to raise money and awareness to combat depression will see Horshams Matt Coutts ride a postie bike from Melbourne to the Gold Coast.

Category : Community Projects

01 May 2014

The Lengths Some People Go

As seen in NECAs magazine - May/June 2014 issue Long time NECA member and local Swift Creek identity Steve Richardson has set himself an awesome challenge. One that may well lead to some personal discomfort, but should have a very positive outcome.

Category : Community Projects