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Million-dollar bonus at Brien Holden sparks board governance concerns

Concerns have been raised about corporate governance practices at the Brien Holden Vision Institute (BHVI) following the decision to award a significant bonus to a long-serving staff member under a vague approval process. Read more »
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AUS eyewear company sorry for ad filmed at WWII death camp

Valley Eyewear has issued an apology for filming an advertising campaign at a memorial on the site of a World War II-era death camp in Croatia. Read more »

App can predict dry eye in kids

A smartphone app that can predict dry eye disease in children has been developed to support healthcare professionals in the UK to diagnose the condition. Read more »
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Getting the right fit part 2

No matter the type of optical appliance, the fitting of lenses is a vital part of the overall dispensing process. BRUCE WAIN explores the most important aspects in his special two-part series. Read more »

Closing the gap from both sides

The dire state of Indigenous eye health is one of the most well documented, yet enduring features of Australian eyecare. Read more »

Competing optical shows both host successful events

Two major optical fairs were held within a week of each other in July, providing a smorgasbord of choice and a look at future trends for potential buyers. MATTHEW WOODLEY reviews the industry response and what’s in store for 2019. Read more »

Zeiss unveils new HQ, launches UV protect

Zeiss opened the doors to its new state-of-the-art headquarters recently, as part of an event celebrating its upgraded facilities and the Australian launch of UV Protect technology. MATTHEW WOODLEY reports. Read more »

Stars shine at UNSW’S student award night

UNSW optometry students who reached noteworthy levels of academic, clinical or research excellence were recognised at a special event earlier this year. LEWIS WILLIAMS was in attendance. Read more »

Environment's impact on dry eye confirmed

Environmental factors such as high wind speed, high pollen count, low humidity and high pollution worsen dry eye signs and symptoms, cording to analysis of a data subset from the Dry Eye Assessment and Management (DREAM) study. Read more »

Practical practice advice on display at Silmo seminars

Visitors to SILMO Sydney were rewarded with a diverse range of presentations, the topics of which spanned from the examination room to the back office. LEWIS WILLIAMS was there to summarise key moments. Read more »

Stress could contribute to vision loss

Persistent psychological stress is a major contributor to the development and progression of vision loss according to an analysis of hundreds of published research and clinical reports on the relationship of stress and eye disease. Read more »

Safilo seeks €300 million refinancing package amidst increasing cash flow, debt problems

Safilo executives have been actively pursuing discussions with its primary shareholder HAL Holding and bank creditors in an effort to arrange a €300 million (AU$473 m) refinancing package. Read more »


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