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Community care on wheels

5 November 2012

Lake Macquarie Youth Worker of the Year James Cameron says he is “privileged” to work with the community to help provide skill...

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Compassion, care and love from above

10 September 2012

“A disaster is a bit like a death in the family. Everyone provides support initially, but often as time goes by, the surviving person...

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Salvos serving lattes by the lake

3 September 2012

Hundreds of people turned out recently for the grand opening of a new Salvation Army café – ‘Sal’s by the Lake...

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Food or bills - pensioners facing stark options

27 August 2012

“For me it is very humbling to see these pensioners, who have probably worked all their lives, having to seek out charity to help the...

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'Welcome home' to stability

27 August 2012

Many women, especially those who have hastily fled domestic violence, often arrive at The Salvation Army’s Pindari Women’s (em...

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Saving lives on 'rode2recovery'

23 August 2012

“I would say to students, ‘my name is Matt and I’m a recovering alcoholic and a drug addict and I’ve lost everyt...

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Technology to the community

19 August 2012

A new Salvation Army centre in Newcastle, which houses a number of services including the relocated Oasis Hunter Youth Network, has been ope...

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Essential women's service expands

19 August 2012

The Salvation Army’s Catherine Haven centre in Broken Hill - the only crisis refuge for women and their children for at least 300km i...

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The fight to keep heads above water

13 August 2012

“We’d never missed a mortgage repayment. Then all of a sudden (in the economic downturn) my husband lost his job after working...

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A song from the heart

6 August 2012

“People often join clubs to share an activity and have fun with people they can become friends with. But people who are in boarding...

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