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02 February 2016
When reading this issue of Frontier News, many of the east coast readership might think it redundant, with frequent showers around Sydney and coastal NSW. News reports of rivers beginning to run again in the drought-stricken inland is a relief,…
24 December 2015
The Closing this month of Rev Ron Watson's ministry on Cape York Peninsula leaves us reflecting on the quiet persistence of this wonderful patrol minister, who, accompanied by his wife Heather, a nurse, became familiar faces on the Cape. From…
25 November 2015
On Sunday the 1st of November, at a lovely little church tucked away in the quiet, bush clad hills of Mount Crosby, in southern Queensland, a capacity crowd of more than one hundred and fifty people gathered for Music on…
18 November 2015
Today marks the end of an era – "KFS", the plane that has served the Centralian Patrol well for many years is being decommissioned from service with Frontier Services. Rev Colin Gordon, the Centralian Patrol Minister and pilot, reflects on…
11 November 2015
When Outback Links volunteer Geoff Cochrane arrived at Mary Birchley's place, it was an emotional first time meeting between children whose fathers had shared life and death experiences in a long ago war. In their wide brimmed hats and khaki uniforms the two "Diggers"…
03 November 2015
While many of us were priming ourselves for rest and recreation over the October long weekend, volunteer tradies in Frontier Services' Outback Links program were travelling back home after a hot and dusty week fixing farms and equipment in the…
27 October 2015
We are always excited to hear from our fundraisers and how their Great Outback BBQ went. Our thanks to Elaine Nitschke for sending in these great photos and story: Sunday, 20th September 2015 was a beautiful spring day in the…
22 September 2015
If you want to experience the hospitality of the Bush, drop into the little western NSW town of Uralla. Uralla is a heritage district famous as the birthplace of local Bushranger 'Captain Thunderbolt'- whose story features prominently in the museum…
15 September 2015
Outback Links 'tradie' volunteers are hitting the road again, giving up their time to help farmers doing it tough in remote NSW. In September, an enthusiastic group of 15 professional and 10 apprentice 'tradies' will get their boots dusty giving…
27 August 2015
Friday 28th August commemorates a golden anniversary in the South Australian opal mining town of Andamooka. It is 50 years to the day since the Andamooka hospital was opened, a facility built and staffed by the Australian Inland Mission (AIM)…
04 August 2015
A big shout out to our steadfast supporters on the NSW mid-north coast. In the scenic coastal township of South West Rocks, the Uniting Church Op Shop is a hub of sharing and caring where wonderful pre-loved goods are bought…
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