Aspire to inspire
Aspire to inspire

In the lead up to this year’s Plumbing and Fire Industry Awards (PIFA) in Melbourne, Daniel Carroll spoke with Thomas Dunn, winner of the Frank Maskell General Plumbing Award and Andrew Letten Gold Medal at the 2018 event.

Death of sons spurs action
Death of sons spurs action

Vanessa Robinson’s life was turned upside down in 2010 when she lost her sons – Chase, eight, and Tyler, six – to carbon monoxide poisoning as a result of a faulty gas heater in their home in Mooroopna, north of Melbourne.

Start training for the future
Start training for the future

Shayne La Combre is the CEO of the Plumbing Industry Climate Action Centre and Chair of the World Plumbing Council. Recently, he sat down with Master Plumbers Radio presenter Daniel Carroll to talk about the origins of PICAC and importance of training in

Plumbing and pengiuns
Plumbing and pengiuns

For mechanical services plumber Brendan Hopkins, Antarctica is an unusual and yet awesome workplace. Story by Kathryn Kernohan.

Prepared for emergencies
Prepared for emergencies

Damian de Vincentis and his team at BeOnd Plumbing are often the first responders when things go wrong. He talks to Alison Dean about his plumbing journey, the importance of continuous training and customer care.

Lessons from the legends
Lessons from the legends

Award-winning plumber Matt Reynolds takes lessons from the BRW Rich Listers, athletes and icons to help you set goals, develop people and understand your limits.

Dedicated to plumbing
Dedicated to plumbing

Award-winning plumbing apprentice Breanna Szitarity is putting her mark on the plumbing industry and has the full support of her host employer, Lawson Plumbing. Story: Alison Dean

Injecting performance in education
Injecting performance in education

Brendan Gould fell in love with plumbing and education early. He has married those passions and now heads up the registered trade organisation for Master Plumbers. Alison Dean reports.

Giving a crap
Giving a crap

Australian Plumbing Industry magazine’s roving reporter Matt Reynolds recently sat down with ‘Who Gives a Crap’ Co-founder Simon Griffiths to discuss how he built an empire on toilet rolls.

Hard work around the clock
Hard work around the clock

Founder and Director of Around the Clock Plumbing Christopher Unwin has been in the plumbing industry for nearly 18 years, starting as an apprentice of the Master Plumbers Group Training Scheme in 2004.

On the tools at work and home
On the tools at work and home

Determined to make a difference to his industry, My Kitchen Rules contestant and Cert 3 qualified plumber, Dan Gill, wants all plumbers to eat healthy, home-cooked meals.

Down under in Denmark 2017
Down under in Denmark 2017

Ramping up the feel good vibes for our health & wellbeing issue, we have a wrap up of Master Plumbers Australian intern in Denmark, Jack Dainer, who spent August and September learning the tricks of the trade from Copenhagen plumbers Henrik W Hansen.

Happy Birthday Kenny
Happy Birthday Kenny

A short 10 years ago almost no one knew who Shane Jacobson was. A low budget, family made mockumentary about toilets changed all that.

Career Change Champs
Career Change Champs

Gone are the days when a class of first-year plumbing apprentices is the sole domain of fresh faces straight from school. we’re delighted to report a marked increase in diversity as apprentices sign up from an increasingly larger age pool ...

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