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Amazon Australia teams up with Drought Angels to deliver smiles to 500 farming families in time for Mother’s Day

Mums doing it tough across the country will be receiving a surprise Mother’s Day hamper containing beautiful Australian products made by small businesses

23 gorgeous gift ideas for a mood-lifting Mother’s Day

Add cheer to Mum’s year with this curated guide of stress-busting presents

LinkedIn names Amazon in the top 10 companies where Australians want to work for 2021

We’re excited to share that LinkedIn ranked Amazon in the top 10 in its Australian Top Companies list for 2021. Using data from LinkedIn’s 740 million members, the annual list is designed to help professionals identify the best companies to grow their careers.

The most popular books among Amazon customers in Australia and around the world are …

We’re highlighting our customers’ favourite books in Australia and in countries around the globe in celebration of World Book Day on 23 April.

Amazon Australia teams up with the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation to donate STEM toys to Campbellfield Public School

Toys including including assorted LEGO, the popular Osmo Creative Starter Kit, award-winning learning games and new Modern Brands Brain Box and Chemistry Starter Kits were donated

Construction of the largest warehouse ever built in Australia is well underway, creating jobs for Western Sydney

The building shell is nearly complete on the first Amazon Robotics fulfilment centre in the Southern Hemisphere, which is on track to open by the end of this year. Spanning 200,000 square metres, the new fulfilment centre will create more than 1,500 local jobs working alongside advanced robotics.

Common scents: How the pandemic changed Australia’s fragrance-shopping preferences

A look at shifting shopping habits and bestselling perfumes to mark International Fragrance Day

I can do anything: My mum taught me my gender should never hold me back

Workplace health and safety leader Niamh Joyce says joining Amazon was a wonderful “eye-opener” after working in industries dominated by men

I am able to do the same things that men can do

This International Women's Day meet Daniella from our western Sydney delivery station - one of the many inspirational women leading teams at Amazon Australia

Women have many superpowers!

Three out of four Australians believe the transport and logistics industry is male dominated, but four out of five Australian women agree they would be more interested in male dominated industries if they saw women succeeding in those industries* – so to mark International Women’s Day meet four inspiring women smashing those industry gender stereotypes with successful careers in Amazon Australia’s logistics network.
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