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Rebuilding their shattered community

Rebuilding their shattered community

10 March 2014

“You see so many people still struggling, or who have become homeless after storms and two cyclones. Within the area nobody escaped.” – Linda As part of the ongoing Salvation Army commitment to provide long-term support...

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February 2011 - Cyclone Yasi 10/02/2011

10 February 2011

Salvation Army emergency services teams responded immediately in the aftermath of tropical cyclone Yasi which lashed the far northeast coast...

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