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  1. Child trafficking prompts Walk Against Slavery

    A Shoalhaven chaplain is fundraising to try and save children from a lifetime of abuse.
  2. Love the outdoors? This could be for you!

    NSW National Parks is calling for volunteers to become campground hosts over the summer and/or Easter holidays. It’s a great way to get outdoors and meet new people while supporting your community.
  3. In the pink

    Pink Ribbon Day volunteer, Jo-Anne Reid was assisted by Nadean White, of Westpac at the Pink Ribbon Day stall outside the bank's premises in Market Street, Merimbula on Friday, October 24. Jo-Anne said that business had been brisk for the cancer fundraiser with almost half the mechandise sold within the first hour.
  4. Aviation services critical for regions: Inquiry

    The Standing Committee on State Development released its report for the inquiry into regional aviation services this week, and recommended a number of measures aimed at assisting regional councils and the aviation industry in their efforts to maintain regular passenger transport services throughout regional New South Wales.
  5. Tura Mirador Landcare group targets garden escapees

    The last few weeks have been busy for Tura Mirador Landcare Group. We hosted a visit from the U3A Sapphire Coast and with Andrew Morrison from the Bega Valley Shire Council we had a very informative ‘walk and talk’ along the Mundooi Track which runs from Tura Beach to Short Point.
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