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Shoulder to shoulder with friends

Shoulder to shoulder with friends

17 October 2014

Volunteer firefighters Jono and Tim Boxwell and Nathan Culpan lost their home when fires engulfed the Blue Mountains in October. But this didnt stop them putting their lives at risk to save others....

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Hope rises from ashes

Hope rises from ashes

17 October 2014

As Peter More walked down his street his heart flickered with hope. He noticed that along Emma Parade in Winmalee, only the houses o...

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Standing together in crisis

Standing together in crisis

14 October 2014

Salvation Army Major Margaret Dobbie in Ipswich at the height of the flood emergency Salvation Army volunteers George and Linda Clarke knew ...

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Standing together for the long haul

Standing together for the long haul

14 October 2014

Yasi struck on 3 February with devastating fury, taking everything in its path on the Cassowary coast of North Queensland. Whole houses have...

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Standing together on the land

Standing together on the land

14 October 2014

The inland Tsunami that devastated the city of Toowoomba, Queensland, in January made headlines around the world. However its the farming co...

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Standing together to rebuild lives

Standing together to rebuild lives

14 October 2014

The 21-year-old joined The Salvation Army’s Brisbane Streetlevel program about a year ago to beat her drug addiction, and has been helping t...

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Standing together in need

Standing together in need

14 October 2014

Leilanis family were sleeping on their damp floor when Major Owen Pattison and his wife Captain Pam Pattison of The Salvation Army stopped b...

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Love conquers All

Love conquers All

14 October 2014

John lost more than most in the 2011 Queensland floods. When his home in Bundaberg was flooded in late December 2010 he retreated with his s...

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Unforgettable Assistance

Unforgettable Assistance

14 October 2014

Terri-Ann, her partner and three children lost all their belongings in early 2011 when flooding devastated Ipswich....

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