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|Jack Manning Bancroft on Closing the Education GapDiscontent with the disadvantages that Indigenous Australians continue to face at every stage of the life cycle, Jack Manning Bancroft together with some dedicated volunteers are making a huge difference to the health and well-being of hundreds of Australia’s Indigenous young people through Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME).
Take a look at how AIME came to be, and how the aspirations of one man is improving the educational outcomes of Indigenous Australians and helping to c
|Getting Your Next Family PetA family pet makes a great addition to a family and household.
Where you get your pet is equally important - pet shop, breeder or animal rescue centre. Here we look at the large variety of animal rescue centres where you can get virtually any type of animal, even down to selecting particular breeds!
|Let Your Creative Spirit Come Alive at the ARTfest Festival of the ArtsIf you're creative spirits are itching away at you, driving you to distraction we've found the perfect balm - a 10 day arts festival on the stunning south coast of NSW!
ARTfest 09 is a celebrate of painting, writing, photography, designing, sculpture, poetry and music for everyone to get involved in. You can go in the running for the abundant range of art prizes, attend performances, craft shows, concerts featuring Eric Clapton and a whole heap more.
|Wrap With Love Warms Hearts Around the WorldKnitting blogs and groups are all a buzz with work being done for the 702 Knit in for Wrap with Love and you can be involved too - whether you're a beginner knitter or the most experienced knitter in the country!
So be inspired and get knitting to wrap the world in love!
|Rescuing and Rehabilitating Victorian Bushfire Furry FriendsThe bushfires in Victoria burned for weeks, causing devastation as they went.
Millions of animals perished in the fires but thousands survived with burns and lost their homes. Now caring and generous hearted volunteers are helping heap and rehabilitate our native animals and beloved pets.
This will go on for months and they need our financial support with donations over the coming months to rebuild, rehabilitate and releasing animals back into their bushland homes.