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2011 Qld Flood Report: 12 months on

2011 Qld Flood Report: 12 months on

1 February 2012

This report looks at the ongoing response of The Salvation Army to the 2011 Queensland floods and Cyclone Yasi, 12 months after the disaster. ...

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Queensland floods: Standing together for the long haul

Queensland floods: Standing together for the long haul

30 June 2011

The Salvation Army recognises that it will take many Queenslanders years to recover from the enormity of the natural disasters that hit the ...

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2011 Qld Flood Report: 6 months on

2011 Qld Flood Report: 6 months on

26 June 2011

This report looks at the ongoing response of The Salvation Army to the 2011 Queensland floods and Cyclone Yasi, 6 months after the disaster....

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January 2011 - Unprecedented Flood Crisis in Australia (Qld, NSW, Vic)

January 2011 - Unprecedented Flood Crisis in Australia (Qld, NSW, Vic)

14 February 2011

As the immediate emergency response of feeding and housing people affected by floods concludes, The Salvation Army now has staff and centres...

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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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2011 Queensland Floods - Update 30/1/2011

2011 Queensland Floods - Update 30/1/2011

30 January 2011

As part of The Salvation Army Flood Relief response, The Salvation Army are now preparing to invite people whose homes have been affected by...

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2011 Queensland Flood Update - 02/01/2011

2011 Queensland Flood Update - 02/01/2011

2 January 2011

Salvation Army emergency services personnel have been working around the clock for a number of days in their relief effort to help thousands...

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The Salvation Army helps bring some Christmas cheer

26 November 2010

In December 2009, The Salvation Army delivered a Christmas gift initiative to people whose homes were lost or severely damaged in the Black ...

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Centre providing support for the long term

26 September 2009

Whittlesea has been at the epicentre of the bushfire response since it became an emergency services staging ground on 7 February 2009....

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Volunteers assist with rebuilding fences

26 June 2009

The Samaritan’s Purse fencing trailers, sponsored by the Salvation Army, continue to assist property owners rebuild fences destroyed by the ...

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