Monthly Archives: April 2013

Community Kitchen Connects Narrandera

As featured in The Country Web Number 58 Autumn 2013 edition Ashley Murphy, a 21 year-old farm hand from Narrandera, had an idea. Greatly involved with his local community he had visions of restoring their town’s community kitchen to create … Continue reading

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Mens Matters with Greg Millan – How to build a Health Plan with your doctor

As featured in The Country Web Number 58 Autumn 2013 It’s important to develop and maintain a good working relationship with your main doctor in life, who is normally a GP but can also include any number of specialist doctors … Continue reading

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An industry that’s lucrative, sexy and most importantly dripping with integrity…

Some-one said to me a few years ago if we are going to attract the best and the brightest to farming our industry needs to be seen as ‘lucrative, sexy and… most importantly … dripping with integrity’. I believe if … Continue reading

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The Country Web No: 58- Views from the Verandah

Make yourself a cuppa and take some time to sit and relax on your verandah while you immerse yourself in this latest issue of The Country Web, themed Views from the Verandah. In this issue we asked readers to tell us … Continue reading

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