Archive for March, 2013

Harmony Day Shared Lunch in Kalgoorlie

Harmony Day Shared Lunch in Kalgoorlie

Cultures from across the world came together in Kalgoorlie on Thursday 21 March for a Harmony Day Shared Lunch. Frontier Services Community Migrant Service in Kalgoorlie hosted the celebration with the 2013 Harmony Day theme “Many Stories – One Australia”. More than 30 people attended with 15 different countries represented. During the lunch, students studying English …

John Dihm welcomed into the Pilbara Patrol

John Dihm welcomed into the Pilbara Patrol

Rev John Dihm was formally inducted into the Pilbara Patrol at Tom Price Uniting Church on Tuesday. As the new Patrol Minister in the Pilbara, John will provide pastoral care and support to people across the whole region. He will be a listening ear and a helping hand for the people he visits, travelling to cattle …

Bush Nurses – Inspiring true stories

Bush Nurses – Inspiring true stories

Frontier Services knows it takes someone special to be a bush nurse in rural and remote Australia. A collection of stories from these courageous women, and some men, are contained in a new book, Bush Nurses, which goes on sale today. Edited by Annabelle Brayley, Bush Nurses celebrates the courage and resourcefulness of the nurses …

New NT Regional Manager for Frontier Services

New NT Regional Manager for Frontier Services

Frontier Services is delighted to welcome Robyn Simpson as its new Regional Manager in the NT. Robyn will be responsible for the organisation’s network of aged and community care services across the Territory and Northwest WA. New NT Regional Manager Robyn Simpson with Finance and Administration Manager Stephen Reddish in the National Office last week.Ms …

The Frontier Services RAFS teams get Rocky

The Frontier Services RAFS teams get Rocky

The Frontier Services RAFS girls came together to prepare for the New Year and got a crash course on 4WD survival, Rebecca Kennedy shares her experiences of the training week. Arriving at the Longreach office in the morning, we were greeted by the Longreach team Kaitlin and Lisa, I had come from Mount Isa almost …