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Disaster mode kicks in again under different skies

26 March 2021

Just over 12 months ago, the skies over much of New South Wales were filled with smoke as bushfires raged and temperatures soared. Fast forward to March 2021 and the skies have taken on a different look, with a week of torrential rain resulting in de...

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Salvos respond swiftly to NSW flood emergency

21 March 2021

With heavy rains and a strong deluge threatening homes and businesses along the NSW coast, The Salvation Army has leaped into action. Multip...

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The 'shadow pandemic' - violence against women

8 March 2021

The theme for the United Nations (UN) celebration of International Women’s Day, which began in 1975, is ‘Women in leadership: Achi...

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Choose to challenge

8 March 2021

Change comes from challenge, and everyone has a role to play in calling out gender bias and inequality and helping to forge a gender-equal a...

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Jayden's story: Shining the light to help others to find the way

4 March 2021

Just a few years ago, Jayden was struggling in addiction and fear. But, with the support of The Salvation Army and a growing faith, he has...

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Brett's story: When the light of hope breaks through

4 March 2021

With a large and loving family, a great job and home, Brett should have been the happiest he had ever been. And yet it all felt meaningless...

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Sue's story: Shining the light of hope

4 March 2021

Sue, a Wiradjuri woman from Wellington NSW, serves as an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Coordinator for The Salvation Army...

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A message of hope this Easter from The Salvation Army leaders

4 March 2021

Can you imagine standing in a pitch-black room, unable to see your hands, your feet or the floor? Now picture the moment when suddenly a sma...

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The General's Easter Message 2021

2 March 2021

Resurrection Life The Easter story resonates with life and hope, and how we desperately need these in our world today. Through the years of...

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