Building their skills: Barista training for Sunshine and Watergardens customers

The team at Campbell Page Sunshine recently delivered a Food Hygiene and Barista course to customers who attend the Sunshine and Watergardens Hubs. Jesuit Social Services delivered the course for 16 of our customers across Westgate. – Emine Jeffrey, Regional Service Manager, Westgate A coffee machine was set up to ensure that all customers who […]

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Janaya’s puts her education first

Janaya attended the Campbell Page Moruya Youth Centre until 2014 when she moved away from her home in Moruya to attend a High School in Sydney and put her education first. The move away from her mob wasn’t easy, but she is so happy she did it. Janaya had attended the Youth Centre since she […]

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Daughters of the West Launch

(Photo: Western Bulldogs AFLW midfielder Emma Kearney & ‘Ready, Settle, Go!’ participant Shemsyia Wako Waritu. Photo credit: Liz Vagg/Western Bulldogs) On the 3rd of October, two of our team members attended the launch of the Daughters of the West Program. The Daughters of the West Program is a free health program for women of the West […]

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Highlighting the Lost Artists of Palm Island

Since launching the Lost Artists of Palm Island Exhibition late last month, some incredible stories have surfaced from the artists. One in particular that stood out to Sotir Kondov (Interim CEO of Campbell Page) was Anthony Joshua Bourne’s story. Anthony was born in Townsville and moved to Palm Island when he entered high school. He started […]

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Eden Magnet: “Eden Community Chit Chat”

Southern Region Business Enterprise Centre will hold a business start-up seminar on Tuesday, October 10, between 10am and 12noon, at Campbell Page, 169 Imlay Street, Eden. To read the full article click here, or to visit the Eden Magnet website click here.

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Launching the Lost Artists of Palm Island Exhibition

On Friday 29th September, together with The Townsville Art Society, we launched the Lost Artists of Palm Island Exhibition. The event will display artworks from the 40+ tribes of the Palm Island and Bwgcolman people to showcase their talents in a way that has not been done on Palm Island before.  We want to highlight […]

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