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03 Nov 2016

Pathfinders Annual General Meeting

Listen Members of the public are invited to attend Pathfinders Annual General Meeting at the Armidale City Bowling Club on Wednesday 23 November 2016 at 12pm. If you wish to attend please contact Karen Lawlor, Executive Assistant to the CEO on 6771 1527 or karenl@pathfinders.ngo Refreshments will be provided and the Annual Services Report will... View Article

17 Oct 2016

Homeless Youth Share their stories through hip-hop

Listen Since July 2016  the Inverell, Glen Innes and  Armidale Specialist Homelessness Service (SHS) have worked together to facilitate a hip-hop workshop at the Armidale Youth Refuge. The team brought together young people from Armidale, Inverell and Glen Innes who are members of the Pathfinder Youth Leadership Team to co-write a song about young people experiencing... View Article

26 Sep 2016

Australian Indigenous Basketball

Listen Congratulations to the Pathfinders sponsored Apunipima Australian Indigenous All Stars who recently won the  Annual Trans-Tasman Basketball Clash.    

26 Sep 2016

Gerald Blacklock and Anthony Binge Memorial Touch Footy Competition

Listen The Pathfinders Mid North Coast Family Referral Service, along with the help of other local Mid North Coast  services such as Goorie Galbans, Booroongen Djugun limited, Macksville Community Transport and Christian Outreach Centre, sent two local touch football teams  to the small town of Tingha  NSW.  The Teams went to complete in a local... View Article

22 Aug 2016

Nick Levy’s artworks on display in Tamworth

Listen Our long term out of home care worker, Nick Levy, has experienced significant success as an Aboriginal painter and has had his works exhibited in Japan, Sydney Opera House and the Queensland State Library as well as numerous local and regional galleries. Next week, along with two other Aboriginal local artists, Adele Chapman-Burgess and... View Article