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Native fish restocking program a lifeline for the environment

The old farm dams in the Wivenhoe Conservation Area on the Sisters of the Good Samaritan’s Mater Dei property at Camden have had a new burst of native fish life,...

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Discussion provides an insight into the treatment of refugees

Students from Rosebank College and St Scholastica’s College participated in a discussion on the issue of refugees and asylum seekers, which was hosted by the Sisters of the Good Samaritan...

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The Good Oil 2021 Writers’ Award

The Good Oil 2021 Writers’ Award is an initiative of the Sisters of the Good Samaritan. The award aims to support and encourage the development of emerging and published writers....

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Enlightening presentations help to establish Kiribati Connections

A presentation on the life and culture of the tiny Pacific island nation of Kiribati by two I-Kiribati Sisters of the Good Samaritan has had a big impact on those...

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St Brendan’s community is hands-on in caring for the environment

Coragulac in south-western Victoria is a small town serving the local dairy farming district, but for a tiny place, the students at St Brendan’s Catholic School are getting plenty of...

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St Monica’s College forms deep bond with Bacolod community

By Lynton Martin, St Monica’s College, Epping, Alumnae 2020 In November 2019, St Monica’s College, Epping sent the first group to the school’s Philippines Immersion Experience in Bacolod. Little did...

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