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Organisations on Nabo: STAR Community Services

Written by Hanna Elsey, published on 15 November 2017

This heart-warming group recognized a lack of affordable transportation for the elderly and disabled 21 years ago. Over 100 STAR (Special Transport Assistance Redlands Associated Inc) Community Services volunteers provide over 6000 Redlands residents with safe rides around the community. We asked...

Organisations on Nabo: Kogarah Community Services

Written by Tara Fernandez, published on 18 October 2017

Kogarah Community Services (KCS) is a community organisation that has provided services to the St. George area for just over 40 years. With services ranging from outside school childcare to aged care, KCS strives to improve the lives within their community. We asked Cathy Nisbet to explain...

Organisations on Nabo: The Gap Farmer's Market

Written by Tara Fernandez, published on 19 September 2017

For the past three years, the Gap Farmers's Market has been providing wholesome, local produce to the people of the Gap and its surrounding suburbs. It has also entertained the community with live music performances, family-friendly activities and its beautiful variety of hand-crafted items to...

Organisations on Nabo: Rotary Club of Mont Albert and Surrey Hills

Written by Clare Aston, published on 26 April 2017

Rotary is a wide-reaching organisation that can be found locally, nationally and globally. With a mandate to bring together people of the community, in particular businesses and professional and community leaders. Rotary clubs are vital pillars...

Organisations on Nabo: St Bede's Anglican Church Drummoyne

Written by Clare Aston, published on 19 April 2017

Traditionally, churches have always been a centre of community. They were and are,  a place of safety, meeting and of course faith. St Bede's Anglican Church in Drummoyne aims to instil these feelings in modern society by trying to be a positive influence on the community. Matt Stedman...

Organisations on Nabo: BK InnerSpace Sydney

Written by Clare Aston, published on 12 April 2017

With the hustle and bustle of our busy modern-day lives, sometimes all we really want is a place to slow down, relax and broaden our mindful horizons. BK InnerSpace is an organisation that is dedicated to making you feel calmer in your energetic life. To find out more, we reached out to...

Organisations on Nabo: Y Rowing Club

Written by Clare Aston, published on 11 April 2017

Our communities are brimming with great organisations that often fly under our radar. From sporting clubs, to charity groups, many of your neighbours are involved with great community organisations - and you can be too! We got in contact with Kate Bennett to talk in more detail about the rowing...

Organisations on Nabo: Chicks with Sticks

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 27 March 2017

Knitting can be a source of entertainment, relaxation and enjoyment, but for the Chicks with Sticks, it’s also about ‘knitting for the needy’. For this group of women, knitting was a common interest that bound them together in charity and good company. Angela Leung got in touch with us...

Organisations on Nabo: Port Elliot Netball Club Inc.

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 15 March 2017

The Port Elliot Netball Club has been an important part of the Fleurieu Peninsula and Encounter Bay areas for 70 years and counting and it continues to uphold the same values of sportsmanship, teamwork and community. Though Port Elliot is a small coastal town, the netball club plays a large...

Organisations on Nabo: Glynde Community Market

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 13 March 2017

The Glynde Lutheran Church is proud to open its doors to members of all nationalities and abilities in their local community on a weekly basis, with regular services, activities, playgroups and more. On the fourth Saturday of every month, they extend themselves even further into the community...

Organisations on Nabo: The City of Canada Bay Museum

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 13 March 2017

The City of Canada Bay Museum has existed far longer than the City of Canada Bay itself. Since 1972, the museum has been collecting pieces of our social history, curating a story of the 20th century through the generous donations of Concord’s past residents and the careful eye of its volunteer...

Organisations on Nabo: Aspendale Presbyterian Church

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 20 February 2017

In the small, close-knit community of Aspendale, the Aspendale Presbyterian Church plays an important role in binding its residents together. Since 2014, Reverend Brett Peatman has sought greater integration between the Church and the community by bringing the teachings of Jesus...

Organisations on Nabo: Harkaway Bush & Garden

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 14 February 2017

The small community of Harkaway in Victoria is bursting with an amazing array of local flora and fauna, and the Harkaway Bush & Garden Newsletter is there to capture it all. Published monthly, the newsletter binds the close-knit community of Harkaway together under the guidance...

Organisations on Nabo: Rockbank Primary School

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 10 February 2017

Rockbank Primary School has a rich history dating back to 1868 and with the recent developments of Thornhill Park, Woodlea and Bridgefield, Rockbank PS is steadily growing each year. Ms Sharon Alton discussed with us how the same high standard of education and care for its students is paramount...

Organisations on Nabo: The Castle Hill Players Inc.

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 08 February 2017

For over six decades, the Castle Hill Players have been bringing the wonder and excitement of live theatre to the Hills District. Their latest production of Tim Firth’s Calendar Girls opened last Friday and - no surprises here - it’s another hit for the Castle Hill Players! We spoke...

Organisations on Nabo: Waverley Music Eisteddfod

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 06 February 2017

For almost four decades, the Waverley Music Eisteddfod has been giving novice performers the opportunity to perform live to the Mount Waverley community. Judy Serelis is busy gearing up for the 39th Annual Waverley Music Eisteddfod, but took the time to speak to us about how important the...

Organisations on Nabo: Wandin Toastmasters

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 03 February 2017

Toastmasters is an international organisation that encourages members of the community to get involved with leadership and public speaking.  Though it can be a daunting task, Judy Murphy of the Wandin club knows just how much fun you can have when you put yourself out there.  For residents of ...

Organisations on Nabo: Warrnambool Rostrum Club

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 02 February 2017

Public speaking doesn’t always come naturally, but for those special occasions where a speech is required, a little practice doesn’t hurt. In fact, you might even enjoy it! We spoke with Liz Toms of the Warrnambool Rostrum Club about how the members of the club engage with...

Organisations on Nabo: Mount Colah Neighbourhood Garden

Written by Renee Dubé, published on 07 December 2016

This neighbourhood garden may only be new, but John and the crew at Mount Colah Neighbourhood Garden sure do know what they’re doing! Providing a safe place for anyone and everyone, the community garden is more than just a place to grow fruit and veg.

Organisations on Nabo: Kenyukan Goju Ryu Karate Academy

Written by Renee Woollams, published on 20 October 2016

Having been a part of the Fairfield community for 42 years, it's no wonder that the Kenyukan Goju Ryu Karate Academy is a well known and trusted neighbourhood establishment. Sensai Alexander de Araya took the time to tell us all about this wonderful organisation. Tell us a bit about your

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