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Outback Links returns to Charleville

Outback Links returns to Charleville

Outback Links is preparing to lead a team of 54 volunteers including Rotarians, RACQ mechanics, Qantas engineers, cabin crew and a 747 captain to south west Qld in September 2016, on a trip to lend their time and skills to farmers. The aim is to raise spirits in the drought-affected community by offering a week of hard work.

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104 years in Outback Australia

104 years in Outback Australia

Frontier Services recognises 26 September 1912 as its foundation date. On this day a Presbyterian minister, Rev John Flynn ‘Flynn of the Inland’ was appointed the first superintendent of the AIM (Australian Inland Mission). Flynn was a great humanitarian. He believed outreach to disadvantaged people in remote Australia should be practical and beneficial.

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August Frontier News is out now

August Frontier News is out now

The August 2016 issue of Frontier News looks at the two recent Outback Links trips – to Lightning Ridge and Longreach. It also speaks to the theme of mobility.

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