State Grant to be Used For Smoking Ban

Public health officials are planning to use part of the $450,000 state grant to persuade landlords to ban smoking in their buildings.


The grant will also be used to help fund a program that will put farm-fresh vegetables in schools and another program that will encourage schools, governments, and community groups to share available spaces that could increase physical activity for kids.

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Social Enterprise Trains Migrants and Refugees with Fashion-Industry Skills


Social Enterprise Trains Migrants and Refugees with Fashion-Industry Skills

Sydney TAFE has teamed with a new clothing and retail social enterprise, The Social Outfit charity, to launch a dynamic collaboration that would enable students to gain real fashion industry skills and take on their own creativity and rich cultural heritage to produce garments for The Social Outfit’s store and adjoining workshop in Newtown.




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