This year marks Clean Up Australia Day’s 30th anniversary and to honour the late founder of the non-profit, Ian Kiernan AO, Aussies across the country will be stepping up to clean up. Find out how you can lend a helping hand.
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Moruya retailer Katie-Lee almost lost her own home but is doing what she can to rally her community to rebuild.
When John Lyle and his wife Sandra were asked to care for an orphaned joey named Monty, their lives were forever changed.
Geoff Sprod has had his fair share of experience fighting fires from the sky.
Bushfires have been destroying homes, farms, properties and livelihoods since 2019 – and they haven’t stopped.
Hundreds of Port Macquarie homes have been lost. But one thing that hasn’t been lost during such a devastating time is the community’s willpower to help each other.
Helping bushfire victims get back on track
Driver-reviver volunteer Brian’s personal battle against traveller fatigue
Sue has spent the past three years with the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital, caring for sick and injured koalas in her area.
More than 17,000 high-fives were brought together to raise funds for the Blacktown community.