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Winten (No 23) PTY LTD
Winten (No 23) PTY LTD
Eleebana Shores Retirement living
Eleebana Shores Retirement living

Beanie for Brain Cancer Round raises $2.5 million

Australians have rallied behind the Mark Hughes Foundation to raise $2.55 million across the NRL’s Beanie for Brain Cancer Round.

Raid My Wardrobe celebrates 10th anniversary

The founder of a popular women's fashion event has reflected on its impact in the community a decade after it launched inside...

Grant to give Firstchance children a new voice

Firstchance is hoping a $47,000 windfall will help its children avoid developing American accents. The money is a grant...

“Humbling” experience as CEOs set to sleep rough

For Newcastle's Adam Boyle, it is hard to imagine how a homeless person makes it through the night. However,...

Men’s Shed reopens and launches new appeal

A new appeal is calling on the community to donate unused computers and sewing machines to struggling families and children in the...

Warm gesture in tough times

From the fight of his life, Mark Hughes has built a foundation dedicated to saving the lives of others. Diagnosed with brain cancer in 2013,...

Food relief charity welcomes new hub

OzHarvest has a new base in Windale, with the charity setting up a food relief hub. With an increasing demand for assistance during COVID-19, the...

Pounding the pavement for mental health

While most of us are warm and snug in our beds tonight, Newcastle athlete Lyndsay Walker will be pounding the pavement for...

Volunteer recognised for extraordinary effort

For Chrissy McGuiness, volunteering with Camp Quality is like being a kid again. The...

Billboards a reminder of service’s vital role

Giant roadside billboards are serving as a timely reminder of the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service's ongoing role in providing lifesaving aeromedical support.

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