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News - 05 February, 2019

Breaking the Ice With… Deborah Cocks

What’s rocking your world? My impending home renovation and new kitchen! I am in awe of interior designers and builders. What are you most excited about in your job this year? I am most excited about the fact that Communities that Care Knox is resourced and supported by its members to enter into a second […]

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This Month 10 Years Ago

Where were you in February 2009 and what were you doing?  For many of us in Victoria it was a significant year where many of us were affected first-hand by the Black Saturday bushfires.  Here are some of the weird, wonderful and tragic events that took place in this moment in time: 1 February – […]

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What’s Happening Locally in February?

In the Outer East there are a variety of major event that take place throughout the year.  Check out the major events or festivals that are going on locally in February: Yarra Ranges Council Black Saturday Remembrance Cruise Black Saturday Remembrance Cruise is a remembrance event to reflect and come together. This event will be […]

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News - 18 December, 2018

Top 10 present ideas for the hard to buy for

Keep Cup or get really fancy with a Frank Green cup (with an inbuilt paywave chip – wowser!) Happy Socks – who doesn’t love a bright coloured sock these days! Waterproof bluetooth speaker – because lets face it, everyone sounds good in the shower. Key finder bluetooth tracker – there are a few on the […]

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Breaking the Ice, News - 13 December, 2018

Breaking the Ice With…Denise Budge

What is rocking your world today? Today I am working  on our 26th Annual Report for Knox Infolink which is the largest emergency relief provider in Knox. I have been with the organisation for just on two years after spending nearly 30 years in the community sector in other organisations – most of which have […]

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News - 12 December, 2018

8 Free things to do with kids this Summer

Giant bubble show at Library at the Dock Monday 14th Jan – 10.30 to 11.30 Docklands https://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/community/libraries/whats-on/school-holiday-program/pages/giant-bubbles-latd.aspx   Join Top & Captain dog on a walking adventure 13th Oct – 2nd Feb – 10am to 11am (BYO dog, or not!) MPavillion – Queen Victoria Gardens, St Kilda Rd Dog walking adventures in the city with […]

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News - 20 November, 2018

Call for new RFVP Chair

INVITATION FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Independent Chair – Eastern Metropolitan Regional Family Violence Partnership Background: The Eastern Metropolitan Regional Family Violence Partnership (RFVP) is a partnership of organisations committed to working together to address family violence in the Inner and Outer Eastern Department of Health and Human Services areas. The goal of the RFVP is […]

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Breaking the Ice, News - 15 November, 2018

Breaking the Ice with…Youna Kim

What is rocking your work world today Seeing real life-changing work on the ground post the Royal Commission into Family Violence. Also witnessing how innovative and funded programs are making positive changes for women and children, their pets and animals who are responding to family violence. What are you most excited about in your job this […]

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News - 09 November, 2018

2107 NCAS results launch 30 Nov 2018

ANROWS is pleased to announce the release date for the 2017 National Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women Survey (NCAS) findings! The 17,500 telephone interviews with Australians 16 years and over are complete, the data analysis is done, and the reports are almost ready. The 2017 NCAS will be launched on 30 November at 10am during […]

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Breaking the Ice, News - 09 October, 2018

Breaking the Ice with … Sarah Ham

What is rocking your work world today? Nutella Donuts What are you most excited about in your job this year? Open market share and the ability to reach out to more people.   Where would you like to see your work go? What are your ambitions? To expand into other suburbs around the South East. […]

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