8 July, 2019

Community College promotes Paddock to Plate to record crowds

Community College highlights Bingara’s iconic fresh produce

Happy Days were had by all at Bingara’s recent 3-day Orange Festival which drew record crowds providing a boost for local business and community groups. Bingara Community College promoted its popular Paddock to Plate-style sustainability classes to festival-goers attending street stalls in the town centre on Saturday 6 July...

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11 June, 2019

Community College new vehicle fleet

Community College extends reach with new fleet of vehicles

Community College is always looking for new ways to go the extra mile. This week, the College took delivery of four new vehicles that will enable its growing staff to do just that! ...

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30 May, 2019

Narrabri Year 9 Employability Skills Program

Community College Employability Skills Program students take part in a first for Narrabri

Year 9 students have been hard at work at the Narrabri Community Wellness Gardens site in Doyle Street. The project is a first for Narrabri and is being supported by Narrabri Friends of Rotary Committee. ...

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30 April, 2019

Warialda Be Connected program

Warialda residents learn to share their interests and hobbies with the world by writing a blog!

Local residents are being encouraged to learn how to use digital technology confidently and safely, by participating in the Be Connected program at Warialda Community College. The Be Connected program is an Australian Government initiative committed to increasing the confidence, skills and online safety of older Australians. ...

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12 April, 2019

Bingara Campus Paddock to Plate

Sustainability workshops a success

Students throughout the region interested in a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle have given the thumbs up to Bingara Community College’s latest course ‘Exploring Opportunities in the Paddock to Plate Movement’...

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11 December, 2018

Community College drought initiative

Drought initiative making a difference at a grassroots level

Making connections within our community helps us all feel supported, especially during this time of drought, so during Term 4, the Moree Community College Northern Inland and Moree Ag Supplies teamed up to offer eligible drought-affected farmers the opportunity to learn to weld free of charge...

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