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From Uruguay to Bundaberg | Tina’s rich legacy of people, travel and connection and strawberries

Bundaberg strawberry farmer Tina McPherson wasn’t born into the ‘community of exceptional women’ she considers a privilege to be a part of. That community is of rural, regional and remote women across Queensland who, like Tina, are making their own impact and drawing from their own exceptional legacies and stories. Tina’s own story is rich …

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A legacy of help | Tash Kocks’ leadership continuing Aussie Helpers’ role in supporting thousands of farmers

A deep, personal understanding about challenges farmers face every day drives Aussie Helpers CEO Tash Kocks to continue the leadership her father started in providing primary producers immediate, critical help. Brian and Nerida Egan, from Dalby, started Aussie Helpers in 2002 and since the charity has helped more than 15,000 Australian farmers in times of …

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Barbara’s Journey

Hello, my name is Bullecourt Barbara. I know, it’s a bit of a mouthful, but my heritage dictates that I be named after a property in the Tambo district. If it’s good enough for Prince George to have received one, then I’m fine with that, however my friends have started calling me Barb. I am …

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‘We call a spade a spade and get on with the job’ | North West Queensland’s impact on Majella’s international ag industry career

It was on a gap year on a Julia Creek cattle station where Majella Nolan learned for the first time what it meant to travel ‘to town’, the value of community and a bit about herself and remote Australia. Having grown up in a village in the Blue Mountains, Majella found herself driving 180km on …

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‘Everyone deserves a little treat’ | Felicity Abell sharing little luxuries to communities across Queensland with the Bush Bundle

At the gate of a farming property in Julia Creek, a mailbox is stuffed with little luxuries hand delivered from the city – small treats the woman who lives at the farm otherwise wouldn’t buy for herself. Felicity Abell doesn’t know the family who lives at the property. She could see the farmhouse in the …

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Bus stop drinks with Nadine, Melinee, Melanie, Pip, Monica, Alana and Ruth from Banana

With thanks to Nadine Kurtz, Melinee Leather, Melanie Shannon, Pip Galloway, Monica Anderson, Alana Carter and Ruth Wagner, Barfield Road Producer Group, Banana Why do you live where you live?   There’s productive cattle country, people and diverse opportunities in the area. Where’s your nearest doctor and grocery store?   Moura How far are your …

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