Lisa Rowe, a registered nurse, is also a remedial massage therapist who specialises in oncology massage – which has proven to give much needed relief to patients.
We meet the backbone behind Armidale Maternity Ward & Children’s Ward, Siubhan Davies, as she tells us how her and her wonderful team continue to make expectant mothers and sick children’s experience in hospital a comfortable one.
For the first time in Armidale, the eagerly awaited Archibald Prize 2012 Tour will be opening at 6pm at the New England Regional Art Museum on 15 March 2013.
Liz Foster shares her excitement as she sets the agenda for the 2013 Wool Awards …
Meet UNE’s Xanthe Mallett, who is currently appearing on Australian free-to-air television screens as the forensic anthropologist presenting History Cold Case – a four part series which sheds light on the history of our forebears.
David tells us that in 2004, Cerebral Palsy Alliance (then known as The Spastic Centre) opened an Armidale office in one of the buildings at the old Teachers’ Training College but thanks to the generosity of Sargents Pies Charitable Foundation, they have just moved into their own brand new building.
A NEW team is building on the success of the NEGS Equestrian Centre, with aims to further consolidate its reputation as the leading school equestrian facility in the nation. We talk to Equine Director Brett Davey and Equestrian Centre Manager Sally Reed about their roles and vision.
Holly Sozou has just returned home after spending her Gap Year in Dorset, England. She tells us that she did work experience at Leweston Boarding School, a school very similar to PLC . She also mentions seeing Her Majesty The Queen.
David studied graphic art at the National Art School, East Sydney, 1951-54. In 1959 he established his own graphic design studio in Sydney, employing six artists and acquiring many top clients, including Parke-Davis, Mirror Newspapers, Lido Ties and Marbletone. In 1965 he was requested by Avon Products head office USA to design their first Australian-produced sales promotion material. He also supervised the photography and print quality of all their literature, operating his studio for a further six years, after which time he elected to make a career change. Read more
Vicki Kembery of Travel 195 ticks Antarctica off her bucket list.