Keep Your Word
As mentioned in last week's column: 'In a small town, word of mou
Recognising the social, emotional, and spiritual support of their local Chaplains, a crowd of supporters attended Life Church Ingham last Saturday morning for a fundraising event in support of SU Chaplaincy.
The top five issues with which Chaplains discuss and assist students are Friendship / Peer Issues, Bullying / Harassment, Mental Health – Anxiety / Depression, School Behaviour, and Family Breakdown / Parental Separation.
A main topic that was shared by SU chaplaincy and Guest Speaker Andrew Carey was the increasing need for a stable positive role model in our children’s lives due to the modern working lives of their parents, which reduces the time available for parents to spend with their children.
They’re green, crunchy and packed with goodness – and they’re being grown for the first time in the Wet Tropics. Pumpkin seeds are a new crop fo
Councils and businesses can now apply for infrastructure grants to fund new services that will divert waste from landfill and convert it into healthy
The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government has released funding for a multi-million dollar bridge in Dutton Street, Ingham to improve access to emer
This week the Atherton Hospital redevelopment marked a major milestone with completion of the roof on the new four-storey Clinical Services Building,
ON Monday, November 8, 2021, the Tully State High School Parents and Citizens Association, Tully Netball Association and Tully State High School celeb