Meet the native specialists who love what they do

Ken Hubert and Ashilpa Khanna of Capon & Hubert Attorneys & Mediators.

A group of compassion, empathy and effectivity

FINANCE director Rhonda Hubert says the workers at Capon and Hubert take delight in understanding that respect and courtesy all the time takes precedence.

Collectively, attorneys Ken Hubert, Ashilpa Khanna and Daryn Griffiths cowl household regulation, wills and estates and conveyancing.

“Ken is skilled in all areas of household regulation, together with adoptions,” says Rhonda.

“He’s an accredited mediator and has been training in Canberra for 40 years.

“He helps individuals with their authorized points with confidence and compassion.”

Ashilpa joined the group 5 years in the past, says Rhonda, and specialises in wills and estates.

“On the time of your loss, we all know you want individuals who perceive the challenges of this time and Ashilpa is thought for her empathy,” says Rhonda.

“Daryn joined us 4 years in the past and leads our conveyancing group, shopping for and promoting property, each residential and business.”

He may assist with recommendation relating to contracts for retirement village lodging, says Rhonda: “He’s skilled, environment friendly and a tireless employee for his shoppers.

“The Capon and Hubert group has been working for a few years in Canberra and enjoys working collectively.

“Lots of our shoppers have been coming to us for a very long time and far of our consumer base comes by way of referral, which speaks to Capon and Hubert’s success and the boldness their shoppers and different professionals have within the group.”

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Capon and Hubert Attorneys and Mediators, first ground, 32-38 Townshend Avenue, Phillip. Name 6152 9203 or go to chsol.com.au

Proprietor of Quintessential Exeter Rachael Norman.THE proprietor of Quintessential Exeter, Rachael Norman, has curated a “vibrant and vibrant collection of clothes and footwear” that she says has made her retailer a pleasant vacation spot to go to.

Providing a set of European and American girls’s vogue, Rachael makes use of her experience to assist individuals really feel assured of their garments.

“I come from a hair and sweetness background I really like working with colors that swimsuit pores and skin tones and often can get it proper when selecting garments for individuals when guided by their hair, pores and skin and eyes,” she says.

“Making individuals look their greatest is my ardour.”

All through her hairdressing profession, 

Rachael has labored carefully with Park Hyatt Sydney and the Observatory Lodge, now Langham, and numerous different five-star metropolis resorts, doing hair for company who most well-liked an in-room stylist. 

“I did hair for a lot of celebrities together with Elle McPherson, Kylie Minogue, Shane Warne, Sting, Kelly Preston, Tim Rice in addition to VIP company and dignitaries from all over the world,” she says.

Now operating her personal clothes retailer within the Southern Highlands, Rachael sells every part from attire to pants, shirts, jumpers, footwear, scarfs and extra.

‘’We provide personalised styling appointments in a pleasant and inclusive setting,” she says.

“It’s a relaxed place, the place my clients can take their time, have a chat and a giggle, and stroll out feeling comfortable.”

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Quintessential Exeter, 2 Exeter Street, Exeter. Name 0412 624222.

Selling Italian tradition and language

THE Dante Alighieri Society (DAS) of Canberra is a extremely regarded member of the worldwide community of Dante Alighieri Societies devoted to the promotion of Italian language and Tradition all through the world, says director Franco Papandrea.

“Regionally, it has been offering the Canberra group with a real expertise of Italian language and tradition for 65 years, has a well-earned status and is one of the best place to be taught Italian,” says Franco.

“It’s the solely place in Canberra providing learners of Italian the chance to follow what they be taught within the classroom in a welcoming and pleasant setting. It’s also the one place the place non-native Italian audio system can get an internationally-recognised certificates of their competency within the language.

Along with its in-house language programs, the DAS employs mother-tongue Italian language assistants in help of the educating of Italian in Canberra major and secondary faculties, an initiative made well-known by the Italian Ministry of Overseas Affairs.

DAS members are additionally supplied with an intensive program of cultural and social actions.

“For the forthcoming Worldwide celebration of Italian Language Week, beginning October 17, the Society is internet hosting a number of occasions together with an exhibition of Italian instructional books and educating assets, a language competitors for college kids of Yarralumla Bi-lingual Main Faculty and a workshop for academics and educators on the Significance of utilizing genuine language within the classroom,” says Franco.

The Dante Alighieri Society, name 5117 3996 or go to danteact.org.au

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Lolly Swagman proprietor Ian Richardson.

Lollies to share between generations

LOLLY Swagman has been excitedly exploring new tastes for almost three a long time, says proprietor Ian Richardson.

Positioned within the coronary heart of the Southern Highlands, the lolly store shares all-time favorite treats and the most recent trending tastes from all over the world.

“We’ve obtained American Reese’s, Hershey’s and sweet corn, English bon bons and goodies, sours and tremendous sours, Dutch liquorice, Scottish pill and our personal Mrs Swag’s Fudge,” says Ian.

“We misplaced rely at 1300 totally different treats and we all know it’s greater than that.”

Ian says the shop is a standard cease on individuals’s journey to Berrima.

“It’s a contented place with youngsters excitedly exploring for brand spanking new tastes, older individuals reminiscing and sharing within the thrill of discovering a favorite and the nice tales that go together with them,” he says.

“We frequently see individuals who’d come as kids now bringing in their very own kids and sharing their experiences, which is beautiful to be allowed to hitch in on. It’s good to have that historical past.”

Lolly Swagman, 11 Outdated Hume Freeway, Berrima. Name 4877 1137, or go to lollyswagman.com.au