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'It's so exciting and we were thrilled when we heard," says Lee Steel, Manager of the Pingelly CRC, at the announcement that Royalties for Regions (RfR) funding has been confirmed for next two years.
Renee from the Mukinbudin CRC talks all things Muka in an interview for Rural Focus on Triple M.
Members of the Mirrabooka community had a lot to celebrate in early December, as a mainstay of the local landscape - Sudbury Community House - turned 30!
An intiative of the Nintirri Centre, and held on the traditional lands of the Banjima people, the Karijini Experience - now in its fifth year - is a celebration of environmental protection, connection and culture.
Neighbourhood Centres are friendly, informal places where community members meet for a variety of activities at minimal cost. They each reﬂect the needs and aspirations of their own community and provide courses and activities in response to community input.
The programmes and activities offered are as diverse as the communities the Centre serves. Courses for adults and children can include arts and crafts, health and fitness, business and finance, computing and IT, and personal development. Some Neighbourhood Centres provide crèche during courses and some have youth groups, self-help and support groups, playgroups and after-school care.
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