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Daily Liberal
National Op Shop Week on the wayJoin in a celebration of vintage fashion, amazing op shop bargains, supporting
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 hours ago
Join in a celebration of vintage fashion, amazing op shop bargains, supporting charity and the environmental benefits of reducing, reusing and recycling. It is the sixth annual National Op Shop Week from August 27 to September 2. St Vincent de Paul... Read more
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Canberra Times
The sole breadwinners who should be celebratedRecently an article profiled a successful friend of mine, it was promoting the
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Recently an article profiled a successful friend of mine, it was promoting the good-news story that she not only has a successful career and children but is also the "breadwinner" of her household. The article was quickly met by applause,... Read more
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The Age
The sole breadwinners who should be celebratedRecently an article profiled a successful friend of mine, it was promoting the
The Age / Posted yesterday
Recently an article profiled a successful friend of mine, it was promoting the good-news story that she not only has a successful career and children but is also the "breadwinner" of her household. The article was quickly met by applause,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The sole breadwinners who should be celebratedRecently an article profiled a successful friend of mine, it was promoting the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Recently an article profiled a successful friend of mine, it was promoting the good-news story that she not only has a successful career and children but is also the "breadwinner" of her household. The article was quickly met by applause,... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Poor box monies totalled €1.5m last year; Almost €400,000 of total paid into Kerry District Court€400,000 of total paid into Kerry District Court Monday, August 21, 2017 - 10:
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
€400,000 of total paid into Kerry District Court Monday, August 21, 2017 - 10:43 am Almost €400,000 out of a nationwide total of more than €1.5m was paid into Kerry District Court poor boxes last year, writes Anne Lucey and Dan... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
St. Vincent to open new dining hall MondayYOUNGSTOWN Leaders of the St. Vincent de Paul Society are hopeful the new dini
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 3 days ago
YOUNGSTOWN Leaders of the St. Vincent de Paul Society are hopeful the new dining hall will serve regular clients and bring in new clients. The new dining hall at 252 E. Wood St. in the fellowship hall of St. Cyril and Methodius Church will open... Read more
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TribLIVE
newsmaker: John T. WeirSociety's Polo for the Cure fundraiser. A member of our Lady of Grace Church in
TribLIVE / Posted 3 days ago
Society's Polo for the Cure fundraiser. A member of our Lady of Grace Church in Greensburg, he is a past president of its St. Vincent de Paul Society and its food pantry, which serves hundreds of families each month. Quote: “Safety, education and... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
St.Vincent de Paul to start serving meals at new site MondayYOUNGSTOWN Leaders of the St. Vincent de Paul Society are hopeful the new dini
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 3 days ago
YOUNGSTOWN Leaders of the St. Vincent de Paul Society are hopeful the new dining hall will serve regular clients and bring in new clients. The new dining hall at 252 E. Wood St. in the fellowship hall of St. Cyril and Methodius Church will open... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
St. Vincent de Paul Society announces opening of new locationYOUNGSTOWN — The new permanent location of the Mahoning County District St. Vin
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 4 days ago
YOUNGSTOWN — The new permanent location of the Mahoning County District St. Vincent de Paul Society Dining Hall will open Monday. The new location will be in the basement hall of St. Cyril and Methodius Church, located at 252 E. Wood St. The... Read more
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TribLIVE
Greensburg Salvation Army hosting Back 2 School eventevents attracted 200 to 250 children. This year's anticipated record turnout i
TribLIVE / Posted 6 days ago
events attracted 200 to 250 children. This year's anticipated record turnout is largely because of a new partnership with St. Vincent de Paul Society, which signed up families at its Greensburg food bank. The event costs the Salvation Army very... Read more
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Western Weekender
Strong demand for assistance as locals prepare for winter bill shockThis winter will be remembered as a costly season for Penrith residents followi
Western Weekender / Posted 7 days ago
This winter will be remembered as a costly season for Penrith residents following an energy price rise on July 1 coupled with consistent cold nights. A survey commissioned by iSelect shows that 86 per cent of NSW households are concerned about their... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Spare blankets wanted for annual winter appealSpare blankets can be dropped yo Guardian Funerals in Rockdale. People are bei
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
Spare blankets can be dropped yo Guardian Funerals in Rockdale. People are being encouraged to support people sleeping rough by donating their spare blankets. Guardian Funerals in Rockdale is joining with St Vincent de Paul Society as part of their... Read more
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The Courier
Vinnies calls for help to boost furniture donationsMOVING house can be expensive but some people struggle to afford even a bed to
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
MOVING house can be expensive but some people struggle to afford even a bed to sleep in. MOVING house can be expensive but some people struggle to afford even a bed to sleep in or a table to eat at. Vinnies Centres in the Ballarat area need... Read more
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The Age
St Vincent de Paul Society releases fifth NSW Tariff-Tracking reportSydney households on the best electricity market offers are paying almost $840
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
Sydney households on the best electricity market offers are paying almost $840 less every year than those on the worst, while in rural and regional NSW the difference is as much as $1230. Usually when such discounted plans expire, consumers are... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
St Vincent de Paul Society releases fifth NSW Tariff-Tracking reportSydney households on the best electricity market offers are paying almost $840
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Sydney households on the best electricity market offers are paying almost $840 less every year than those on the worst, while in rural and regional NSW the difference is as much as $1230. Usually when such discounted plans expire, consumers are... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Turnbull hauls in power giants over rip-offsEnergy prices: Prime Minister wants answers for electricity bill hikes | Daily
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
Energy prices: Prime Minister wants answers for electricity bill hikes | Daily Telegraph ANNIKA SMETHURST, EXCLUSIVE, The Sunday Telegraph HALF of all Australian households are being ripped off up to $587 a year on their power bills by sneaky... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Turnbull hauls in power giants over rip-offsHALF of all Australian households are being ripped off up to $587 a year on the
Adelaide Now / Posted 17 days ago
HALF of all Australian households are being ripped off up to $587 a year on their power bills by sneaky companies who roll their customers onto more expensive deals after luring them in with discounted offers. New modelling shows the average... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Calls for higher affordable housing targets as more people on 'cusp of poverty'Bold calls demanding developers make room for affordable housing in Sydney’s ap
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Bold calls demanding developers make room for affordable housing in Sydney’s apartment buildings fell on deaf ears as the state government rebuffed the suggestion on Thursday, despite mounting pressure to solve the city’s homelessness problem. A... Read more
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The Age
Calls for higher affordable housing targets as more people on 'cusp of poverty'Bold calls demanding developers make room for affordable housing in Sydney’s ap
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
Bold calls demanding developers make room for affordable housing in Sydney’s apartment buildings fell on deaf ears as the state government rebuffed the suggestion on Thursday, despite mounting pressure to solve the city’s homelessness problem. A... Read more
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The North West Star
Mum’s million dollar payout after hospital lawsuitMore than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2
The North West Star / Posted 19 days ago
More than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2010 surgery. Kylie Tinnock won $1 million in damages after she developed an infection following a hernia operation. Photo: Louie Douvis It took six years and the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Mum’s million dollar payout after hospital lawsuitMore than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 days ago
More than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2010 surgery. Kylie Tinnock won $1 million in damages after she developed an infection following a hernia operation. Photo: Louie Douvis It took six years and the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Mum’s million dollar payout after hospital lawsuitMore than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2
The Border Mail / Posted 19 days ago
More than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2010 surgery. Kylie Tinnock won $1 million in damages after she developed an infection following a hernia operation. Photo: Louie Douvis It took six years and the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Mum’s million dollar payout after hospital lawsuitMore than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 19 days ago
More than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2010 surgery. Kylie Tinnock won $1 million in damages after she developed an infection following a hernia operation. Photo: Louie Douvis It took six years and the... Read more
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The Courier
Mum’s million dollar payout after hospital lawsuitMore than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2
The Courier / Posted 19 days ago
More than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2010 surgery. Kylie Tinnock won $1 million in damages after she developed an infection following a hernia operation. Photo: Louie Douvis It took six years and the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Mum’s million dollar payout after hospital lawsuitMore than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 days ago
More than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2010 surgery. Kylie Tinnock won $1 million in damages after she developed an infection following a hernia operation. Photo: Louie Douvis It took six years and the... Read more
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The Young Witness
Mum’s million dollar payout after hospital lawsuitMore than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2
The Young Witness / Posted 19 days ago
More than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2010 surgery. Kylie Tinnock won $1 million in damages after she developed an infection following a hernia operation. Photo: Louie Douvis It took six years and the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Mum’s million dollar payout after hospital lawsuitMore than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2
Western Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
More than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2010 surgery. Kylie Tinnock won $1 million in damages after she developed an infection following a hernia operation. Photo: Louie Douvis It took six years and the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Mum’s million dollar payout after hospital lawsuitMore than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2
Kiama Independent / Posted 19 days ago
More than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2010 surgery. Kylie Tinnock won $1 million in damages after she developed an infection following a hernia operation. Photo: Louie Douvis It took six years and the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Mum’s million dollar payout after hospital lawsuitMore than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2
Manning River Times / Posted 19 days ago
More than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2010 surgery. Kylie Tinnock won $1 million in damages after she developed an infection following a hernia operation. Photo: Louie Douvis It took six years and the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Mum’s million dollar payout after hospital lawsuitMore than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 19 days ago
More than $1 million of damages has been awarded to a mother-of-three after a 2010 surgery. Kylie Tinnock won $1 million in damages after she developed an infection following a hernia operation. Photo: Louie Douvis It took six years and the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Vinnies aims to tackle ‘systemic’ housing problemThe Illawarra branch of Vinnies says action needs to be taken to address the “s
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 21 days ago
The Illawarra branch of Vinnies says action needs to be taken to address the “systemic problem” of lack of housing affordability. Peter Quarmby, executive officer for St Vincent de Paul Society’s Wollongong Central Council. The Illawarra branch of... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Joanne Braniganofficiating. Funeral Mass was celebrated July 24 at St. Francis Xavier Catholic
SaukValley.com / Posted 21 days ago
officiating. Funeral Mass was celebrated July 24 at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Phoenix. The family requests that any donations be made to the St. Vincent de Paul Society or Hospice of the Valley. Visit thejonesfh.com to send condolen... Read more
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Western Advocate
Rising power prices are biting, Vinnies says"People's incomes are not going up nearly as much as essentials are going up."
Western Advocate / Posted 22 days ago
"People's incomes are not going up nearly as much as essentials are going up." WORRIED: Rising electricity prices are causing concern in Bathurst households. Photo: JESSE MARLOW THE St Vincent de Paul Society has handed out more assistance to pay... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Go behind the scenes with Tasmania’s Vinnie’s Van teamFor the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot sou
Daily Liberal / Posted 24 days ago
For the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot soup. It’s a cold night in Launceston but the forecast does nothing to deter the Vinnie’s Van team. They are fueled by the faces waiting to be greeted at their regular... Read more
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The Border Mail
Go behind the scenes with Tasmania’s Vinnie’s Van teamFor the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot sou
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
For the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot soup. It’s a cold night in Launceston but the forecast does nothing to deter the Vinnie’s Van team. They are fueled by the faces waiting to be greeted at their regular... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Go behind the scenes with Tasmania’s Vinnies Van teamFor the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot sou
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 24 days ago
For the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot soup. It’s a cold night in Launceston but the forecast does nothing to deter the Vinnie’s Van team. They are fueled by the faces waiting to be greeted at their regular... Read more
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The Young Witness
Go behind the scenes with Tasmania’s Vinnies Van teamFor the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot sou
The Young Witness / Posted 24 days ago
For the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot soup. It’s a cold night in Launceston but the forecast does nothing to deter the Vinnie’s Van team. They are fueled by the faces waiting to be greeted at their regular... Read more
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Western Advocate
Go behind the scenes with Tasmania’s Vinnies Van teamFor the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot sou
Western Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
For the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot soup. It’s a cold night in Launceston but the forecast does nothing to deter the Vinnie’s Van team. They are fueled by the faces waiting to be greeted at their regular... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Go behind the scenes with Tasmania’s Vinnies Van teamFor the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot sou
Kiama Independent / Posted 25 days ago
For the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot soup. It’s a cold night in Launceston but the forecast does nothing to deter the Vinnie’s Van team. They are fueled by the faces waiting to be greeted at their regular... Read more
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Manning River Times
Go behind the scenes with Tasmania’s Vinnies Van teamFor the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot sou
Manning River Times / Posted 25 days ago
For the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot soup. It’s a cold night in Launceston but the forecast does nothing to deter the Vinnie’s Van team. They are fueled by the faces waiting to be greeted at their regular... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Go behind the scenes with Tasmania’s Vinnies Van teamFor the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot sou
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 25 days ago
For the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot soup. It’s a cold night in Launceston but the forecast does nothing to deter the Vinnie’s Van team. They are fueled by the faces waiting to be greeted at their regular... Read more
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The North West Star
Go behind the scenes with Tasmania’s Vinnies Van teamFor the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot sou
The North West Star / Posted 25 days ago
For the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot soup. It’s a cold night in Launceston but the forecast does nothing to deter the Vinnie’s Van team. They are fueled by the faces waiting to be greeted at their regular... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Go behind the scenes with Tasmania’s Vinnies Van teamFor the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot sou
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 days ago
For the Vinnie's Van volunteers the program is about more than food and hot soup. It’s a cold night in Launceston but the forecast does nothing to deter the Vinnie’s Van team. They are fueled by the faces waiting to be greeted at their regular... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Power voucher need risesVinnies reports more assistance handed out in one month this year, than in the
Daily Liberal / Posted 27 days ago
Vinnies reports more assistance handed out in one month this year, than in the whole of winter last year. Skyrocketing power prices have already started to take their toll on households, with a prominent charity reporting a massive spike in handouts... Read more
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TribLIVE
Our Lady of Grace in Scott celebrates 70 yearswomen's guild, mission support of Light of Life, Angel's Closet, Rachael's Vine
TribLIVE / Posted 28 days ago
women's guild, mission support of Light of Life, Angel's Closet, Rachael's Vineyard and other Catholic Charities programs, St. Vincent de Paul Society, sports teams, community outreach, a vibrant music program, and more. Its annual parish festival... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
CDBG plan shows some shift in focusand the city engineer will have to pick up some of the extra work. Brett Bode,
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 30 days ago
and the city engineer will have to pick up some of the extra work. Brett Bode, coordinator for Crisis Response for the St. Vincent de Paul Society, sent a letter to the Pekin Daily Times and to Mayor John McCabe, saying that the funds being... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
High-interest loan facilities at 28 and holding in Peoriabusiness and put them in an industrial area." Carlson and Mary Ann Michelette,
Peoria Journal Star / Posted a month ago
business and put them in an industrial area." Carlson and Mary Ann Michelette, who sits on IPA's board representing the St. Vincent de Paul Society, said they've had continuing discussions with some members of Peoria's City Council about... Read more
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The Young Witness
Week that was around the region | July 21BLAYNEY: Bernardi's staff member Alicia Gaywood, manager Michael Ross and Celis
The Young Witness / Posted 1 months ago
BLAYNEY: Bernardi's staff member Alicia Gaywood, manager Michael Ross and Celisha Roach with Bernardi's hessian bags. Photo: Mark Logan. DUBBO: The 65 kindy kids at West Dubbo Infants school enjoyed a day of fun activities which culminated in a... Read more
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Western Advocate
Week that was around the region | July 21BLAYNEY: Bernardi's staff member Alicia Gaywood, manager Michael Ross and Celis
Western Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
BLAYNEY: Bernardi's staff member Alicia Gaywood, manager Michael Ross and Celisha Roach with Bernardi's hessian bags. Photo: Mark Logan. DUBBO: The 65 kindy kids at West Dubbo Infants school enjoyed a day of fun activities which culminated in a... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Week that was around the region | July 21BLAYNEY: Bernardi's staff member Alicia Gaywood, manager Michael Ross and Celis
Daily Liberal / Posted 1 months ago
BLAYNEY: Bernardi's staff member Alicia Gaywood, manager Michael Ross and Celisha Roach with Bernardi's hessian bags. Photo: Mark Logan. DUBBO: The 65 kindy kids at West Dubbo Infants school enjoyed a day of fun activities which culminated in a... Read more
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