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24 July 2014
Outback Links has matched 13 families with volunteer help since the program relaunched at the beginning of the month, and more assistance is on the way. With the program back in operation, volunteers are responding with enthusiasm and eagerness to…
17 July 2014
When it comes to setting a personal challenge, Andamooka’s Bronwen West is not the type of person to take things lightly. On 2 August, Bronwen will commence a 20-day hike along the length of Lake Torrens in the heart of…
08 July 2014
Imagine living 18 hours away from your children.For many families in remote Australia, this is a reality, and for Frontier Services' staff too.Katrina McGregor, Field Coordinator with our Remote Area Families Service was based in Longreach. Katrina's children were 18…
30 June 2014
Outback Links is back in operation this month with volunteers ready to hit the road and lend a helping hand to families in the bush.Outback Links matches volunteers with families in remote Australia to provide hands-on help when it is…
06 June 2014
When you’ve been around for as long as Diane Bilka as a nurse in remote Australia, you can safely say that she’s pretty much seen it all. Diane is Frontier Services longest serving nurse, working at Andamooka health clinic in…
02 June 2014
The ladies and gents from Port Macquarie Uniting Church turned out in their finest at a Soirée specially organised to boost funds for the soon to be relaunched Outback Links program. Organisers Geoff and Roz Bond say the inspiration behind…
26 May 2014
The smell of buffalo cooking in an earth-oven wafted around the fireplace and voices lifted in praise long into the night as Indigenous church leaders gathered in Jabiru for a three-day leadership camp. As many as 60 church leaders flew…
21 May 2014
In her poem 'My Country' Dorothea Mackellar encapsulates her heartfelt love of our beautiful country, its magnificent and colourful landscapes. This Christmas Frontier Services celebrates "The Colours of the Australian Landscape" with the release of our 2014 Christmas Cards. Our…
15 May 2014
When bushfires raged through the farms and small townships of East Gippsland in February, everyone in the community felt the impact. Many played a part in the emergency response, even as their own homes were burning. Behind those on the…
10 May 2014
When you’re a busy mum living on half a million acres in the backblocks of western Queensland in drought, finding a second job to pay the bills isn’t so easy as applying at the local employment agency. Epsilon, the sprawling cattle station…
09 May 2014
The May edition of Frontier News has just been released. In this edition we focus on 'Women in the Outback'; their lives, loves, struggles and work. Some of the women of remote Australia who share their stories are: Samantha Pursehouse,…
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