Mums & Bubs group provides seamless delivery of support

MUMS and bubs are coming out to play – and learn – together through a new initiative being launched by IWC’s North Burnett team. A regular free morning tea event being funded by the not-for-profit health and wellbeing organisation will have two purposes – to provide health and medical support and create a fun and supportive group. “IWC delivers bulk-billed mums-to-be services across the region, and this includes six weeks of post-natal support from our midwife Klare Craven-Hughes,” said IWC Assistant Manager Cynthia George. “The mums-and-bubs sessions deliver a seamless flow-on from the midwife support and education, and they are free and open to everyone.” IWC is non-government, Aboriginal

Colour us happy as IWC joins Fluro Fun Run

WHEN runners and walkers gather for the 2018 Bundaberg Fluro Fun Run on November 11, there will be a flurry of colour from health and wellbeing organisation IWC. The Aboriginal community-controlled organisation is the leading provider of community care for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in the region, and has entered a team of 20 enthusiastic staff members to share the messages they live and work every day. “This really is walking the talk for us, because improving the health and wellbeing of all people in our communities is core business for IWC,” said IWC Corporate Manager Leanne Connors, who is leading the team. “What better way to spread the word than to be in an event that br

NDIS participant opens business

A Bundaberg man is using his cottage to give creative locals a chance to shine and sell their goods. Daniel Arthur, 24, officially opened his new business, Mulgrave Street Cottage, on Wednesday. The small cottage sits behind rows of herbs, and contains a range of quality works, all produced locally. Daniel, who lives with Autism Spectrum Disorder, is determined to explore his opportunities in Bundaberg – in this case, as an entrepreneur. Mulgrave Street Cottage works on a consignment basis; individual artists or craftspeople submit their works, and if they sell, a portion of the proceeds go to the Cottage, to cover costs. The creator keeps the rest as profit. “I was stuck for a period of tim

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