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Christmas gifts up in flames

Christmas gifts up in flames

6 December 2013

Caption: The Murdoch family, who were affected by bushfires near Coonabarabran  “[A friend’s wife] had called and let us know that the house was gone and to prepare ourselves because it wasn’t going to be good. [It] ...

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Building community in Quambone

Building community in Quambone

13 September 2013

Caption: The Quambone general store and post office is the centre of this tiny, Central NSW town. A development project two hours northwest ...

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Farmsitters a godsend

Farmsitters a godsend

12 September 2013

Caption: Peter Ridley working on Phil and Barb’s windmill Many Australians could not imagine working every day from dawn to d...

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Farmers face a dry spell

Farmers face a dry spell

26 April 2013

So far in 2013, parts of Australia have faced floods and bushfires, and now some farmers are facing the prospect of another drought. Salvati...

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Compassion, care and love from above

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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Littlehales' have Salvo chaplains to thank

Littlehales' have Salvo chaplains to thank

14 May 2012

The Salvation Army’s rural chaplains continue to provide assistance for those affected by floods that devastated western New South Wa...

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