In May 2013, Dr. Celene McNeill from Healthy Hearing and Balance Care gave a very informative talk to Cicada members on Menieres disease and Tinnitus. With thanks to Dr. McNeill, we are able to provide the full version of the presentation in PDF form. By clicking on the link below, you will be able to read the report on-line, or will have the option to save it to your desktop for later.
For future reference, this article can be found under Medical Q & A
The Cicada Australia Inc. membership form is now available from the web-site. There is a separate menu item above "Members" which takes to the download link, where you will find a printable version of the form for your convenience.
It is only $10 for a life-time membership, which gives you access to a posted copy of the NSW "BUZZ" newsletter. as well as the opportunity to participate in events hosted by CICADA NSW. Note that "BUZZ" is not available for overseas mailing.
There are also links to the other CICADA groups throughout Australia, which you can find by choosing the State Groups menu item.
For a life-time membership fee of $10, you can join CICADA Australia Inc., which entitles you to receive CICADA magazine - the NSW ‘Buzz’ newsletter and the opportunity to participate in events.
Please note that the "BUZZ" newsletter is only available by post within Australia.
Copies of "BUZZ" are also posted to this web-site and are available to read on-line or download for off-line reading on a computer.
This link gives a PDF version of the membership form, which can be printed out prior to completion.
It has recently been noticed that the latest version of MS Internet Explorer - 11 - has created issues with the correct display of this web site. This only affects those who use the Windows operating system version 7 or 8.
This issue crops up for users of Windows 8/8.1 and is not confined to our site. My recommendation to all users who are experiencing this particular issue, is to consider changing their default we browser to Google Chrome (click on this link for the download), which does not have this problem. Mac users can continue to use Safari without any problem - Chrome is a nice alternative.
We cannot fix this problem - the solution rests solely with Microsoft. So keep an eye out for any updates to Internet Explorer.
Pat. Mitchell - Web Weaver for Cicada Australia Inc
The latest issue of BUZZ magazine is now online. This link will take you to all issues.