The Clue Detective Puzzle Agency (CDPA) is extremely passionate about promoting the benefits of solving puzzles to people of all ages. The Agency has created their very own online puzzle portal, which contains hundreds of original crosswords, codewords and Sudoku.  By visiting the Clue Detective’s Online Puzzle Portal, members login to play puzzles, all of which can be solved on a Read more…

Did You Know 2016 is the National Year of Digital Inclusion? The Clue Detective Puzzle Agency is now a proud partner of GoDigi.  The primary objective of this national project is to help Australians realise their online potential. <li> Find A Fun Digital Activity There are many things we do every day that are now being digitised.  It is therefore Read more…

As a proud Rotarian, I am very pleased to announce that the Clue Detective has joined forces with my club, the Rotary Club of Drysdale (District 9780) to raise funds using the medium of the puzzle. I recently came to the realisation, that I could devise a project to raise funds for Rotary, using the skills I have gained in my vocation as Read more…

Have you discovered codewords? They are fun, challenging word puzzle games, that really make you feel like a detective, because you have to nut out the hidden code. Codewords are crossword puzzles in reverse.  They do not have dictionary or general knowledge-based clues. They consist of a coded puzzle grid, and each letter of the alphabet is (randomly) represented by a number 1-26, so Read more…

The Clue Detective is very excited to have ‘landed’ in the libraries of the Shire of Campaspe. As a Campaspe Library borrower, you can now utilise the Clue Detective Online Puzzle Portal at any of the five Campaspe branches – Echuca, Rochester, Rushworth, Kyabram and Tongala.  It is also possible to gain access to the puzzle facility using your library card and Read more…

eLearning is an excellent way for businesses to present their training and development materials.  It is a very cost-effective form of training and it allows employees to do the training whenever it suits them. When designing your e-course you will need to build in some form of testing and assessment so that your employees can monitor their progress.  The results will Read more…

Clue Detective puzzles are now being solved in a growing number of Australian libraries.  Libraries purchase an organisational subscription, and offer their patrons access to the Clue Detective Online Puzzle Portal as part of their library membership.  The portal, which is added to on a regular basis, contains a wealth of original  (quick, cryptic and general knowledge) crossword, codewords (reverse crosswords) and Sudoku. Access Online Read more…

It’s an issue which will confront us all at some stage.  When should we (or our parents) stop driving because we have become unsafe? In the May 2013 edition of Royalauto, the RACV magazine, I read a sad but interesting story about Geoff and his gradual decline as a driver.  It began with subtle changes, in particular to do with his ability Read more…

Crosswords have a fascinating history.  Here is just a small selection of interesting facts about these ever-popular puzzle games. We are sure there are more out there, so if you have anything to add, please let us know. Did you know? Crossword aficianados are called “cruciverbalists”.  The first crossword puzzle, as we know it, was written by Arthur Wynne, and was published Read more…

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