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CRASHENDO! Bairnsdale beats the blues

Community stories eNews: 28 January 2021

Unlike most other youth music programs, CRASHENDO! Bairnsdale is not only about the tunes. Modelled after Venezuela's National System of Youth and Children's Orchestras and Choirs El Sistema Global, CRASHENDO!...

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Safe sheltered play at Coragulac Kindergarten

Community stories eNews: 28 January 2021

For the residents of Coragulac and its surrounding communities, having access to excellent early childhood education with the right facilities is a top priority for local families. The Coragulac...

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Gwalla railway mural and art trail enhancements

Community stories eNews: 28 January 2021

The need for the diversification of industry has been well known to the Northampton community for many years, given the heavy reliance on agriculture. Drought and unpredictable seasons have seen the withdrawal...

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A dino-mite upgrade for the Eromanga Natural History Museum

Community stories eNews: 28 January 2021

Located 1,000 km from Brisbane in the southwest of Queensland, Eromanga has a big claim to fame. The rural town, hidden deep in the outback of Australia, may only be 119 residents – but the biggest...

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Focus on Fundraising Account: Royal Agricultural Society of NSW Rural Fund

eNews: 28 July 2020

The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) Foundation helps to build strong, vibrant and resilient rural communities through education and skills development. The Foundation operates the RAS Rural Fund, a charitable organisation that is currently fundraising via a Not-for-Profit Fundraising Account to help community organisations across rural and regional NSW refurbish and restore rural showground kitchens.

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C-Doc In The Clouds 2020 – creative with COVID

eNews: 28 July 2020

The annual Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival has been running since 2014, and is widely considered a staple on the town’s arts calendar. It’s an exciting event that fosters cultural...

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Geelong Grammar’s Institute of Positive Education

eNews: 28 July 2018

Geelong Grammar School’s Institute of Positive Education Project aims to share the methodology of Positive Education throughout Australia and to encourage adults to embed positive psychology tools fostering improved mental health and wellbeing in their teaching, mentoring and rearing of children.

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Katoomba families gain cooking confidence thanks to Co-op

eNews: 1 March 2018

The Blue Mountains Food Co-operative has been supporting and empowering the community to eat well and live healthily and sustainably in Katoomba, NSW for almost 50 years – well before it was trendy! They...

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Donation Account helps Bower Progress Association rejuvenate community facilities

eNews: 28 June 2015

Bower is a town in South Australia, approximately half way between Eudunda and Morgan on the Thiele Highway, 130 km north west of Adelaide. For a small community it has a huge heart, led by the Bower...

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