As part of its Farmers and Friends Online project, supported by Wentworth Healthcare and NSW Farmer Hartley Branch, Leep is running the following workshop next Tuesday, the 11th of February:
The recent bushfire crisis has shown how important it is to be able to access multiple sources of emergency information, including sources that can be accessed from a mobile device.
Scotland’s social housing sector recently identified an opportunity to provide digital literacy support to their tenants by training and deploying “Digital Motivators” and “Digital Champions”. The program aimed to close
Set up and personalise your Apple desktop computer or laptop with helpful, step-by-step videos and a fun, interactive guide that shows you all the features you need to know about.
This article was written by Katie Churchill, a local resident. “Back in October I stopped in at the Tin Shed for a coffee after a walk, on a very rare
This conference will attract delegates from across NSW, the broader Australian alcohol and other drug treatment sector and other health and human services. Showcasing interventions designed to improve outcomes for
Using a phone or computer, business travellers and anyone looking to help others can engage in micro-volunteering and make a difference to someone in a small but meaningful way. Apps
Tomakin resident Matthew Hatcher saw a need for managing donation logistics in his region, so he started an independent volunteer group South Coast Donation Logistics to rapidly meet bring help
As rural communities face erratic environmental conditions, social isolation and economic hardship, a new podcast hopes to promote mental wellbeing and resilience in the bush. Mate Helping Mate features the
AI-imbedded equipment, genetic modification, and supply chain traceability using DNA are just a few of the high-tech solutions to be highlighted at this year’s World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit. Fifteen companies