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Damien Mander was an Australian special forces sniper and clearance diver before he went to African looking for adventure. He was going to fight poachers. When he arrived it didn't take long for him to realise there was more to life than scratching your own itch. He decided to put his money where his mouth is, sold up his [ Australian investment properties], and poured everything into establishing the International Anti-poaching Foundation (IAPF). And yes, when Damien's rangers come across a group of poachers, it can get ugly. Damien's anti-poaching mission is no mean feat. 20 billion a year and Africa is a major target.

According to the African Wildlife Foundation the Black Rhino population has fallen by 97 per cent since 1960, there's fewer than 900 mountain gorillas left and up to 35,000 elephants were killed last year. Over the weekend Kenya set fire to more than 100 tonnes of ivory to send a message. As plumes of smoke billowed from the confiscated product the country called for a complete ban on the ivory trade, a driver of elephant poaching. FireFox NVDA users - To access the following content, press 'M' to enter the iFrame. From this point on the fires grew in intensity. 130 million of black market ivory that went up in flames; 1,350 kilograms of rhino horn were burnt too. 100 million if sold illegally. While there's been a ban on the sale of ivory since 1989, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora has permitted one-off sales. China allows sales of ivory bought before 1989, but activists say these just provide a cover for illegally traded products. Kenya wants a total ban. As well as China, Vietnam is a major driver of the ivory trade. China has promised to outlaw it, but hasn't announced a timeframe for the end of the trade.

Complete Property Training have released dates for all 2019 Brisbane Real Estate Complete Property Training will hold monthly courses in Brisbane for the following Real Estate Licence Categories. Real Estate Registration Certificate - Being the entry point for most people starting out the industry, this Certificate will allow you to be employed by a Fully Licenced Agent or Principal of a Real Estate Business. You can be employed as either a Salesperson or a Property Manager as there is not a separate form of Licence for each job title. There are seven units of study that need to be completed in this 3 day course, or you can choose a correspondence option where you can complete the study over a six month period if needed.

•CPPDSM4080A Work in the real estate industry. Full Real Estate Licence - This is the Licence you will need if you intend to work independently or perhaps run your own office. The Full Real Estate Agent's Licence will also allow you to open and operate a Trust Account as well as employ staff like Salespeople and Property Managers. At the completion of the study you will apply to the Office of Fair Trading and pay the appropriate fee. You will then have to wait approximately 4 weeks for the OFT to process your Application and issue you with your Real Estate Licence or Certificate.

Rod Leaver, formerly the head of Lendlease’s Asian operations, has emerged as chief executive of Knight Frank’s local operations, with the firm looking to draw on his corporate pedigree to grow its top-end presence. The partnership is taking more institutional jobs and has bolstered its capital markets division as it takes on US-listed companies CBRE, JLL and Cushman & Wakefield, as well as British-listed group Savills. Mr Leaver, who headed the global property, construction and engineering firm’s Asian business in Singapore before stepping down in 2016, will replace long-time Knight Frank Australia chief executive Stephen Ellis. The move comes as real estate agencies confront a commercial property market approaching its peak and sharply sliding residential markets, although Knight Frank has a strong luxury presence.

Mr Ellis will step down at the end of June, with Mr Leaver to start in early May after a period of undertaking local and international consulting property assignments. Since returning to Australia, Mr Leaver has advised groups on real estate strategy, portfolio governance and urban regeneration Knight Frank chairman and senior partner Alistair Elliott thanked Mr Ellis, a former head of CBRE’s local operations, for leading the firm over the past nine years. "His energy and enthusiasm have been central to the success of the Australian business and we wish him well in his retirement," he said. He added that Mr Leaver’s credentials were aligned with the firm’s desire to substantially grow the Australian business over the next few years.

Knight Frank’s Asia-Pacific managing director Kevin Coppel said Mr Leaver’s extensive experience in advising on real estate made him the perfect fit. "I’m confident that his emphasis on values-driven leadership, strategic planning and execution, and an uncompromising focus on sustainability and diversity will generate excellent results for the firm," he Mr Leaver said Knight Frank had a focus on delivering outstanding client service by providing the best professional advice together with developing top ­talent. Mr Leaver spearheaded Lendlease’s expansion in Asia, shifting the business’s emphasis from retail developments to complex urban regeneration Mr Leaver, a former business partner of Folkestone founder Greg Paramor, has a long track record in the industry. The pair co-founded the listed James Fielding and Paladin Australia real estate trusts, with the former acquired by Mirvac and the latter ultimately absorbed into Dexus.