Friday, June 2 will mark National Doughnut Day. The Cowra Guardian will mark the day with a morning tea at 10am. The public is welcome to come along and make a gold coin donation with proceeds going to the Salvation Army.
(min cost $8)
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I write in response to Mr Allan McDonald’s recent Letter to the Editor (Cowra Guardian, 26 May 2017). VERTO is proud to be a provider of the Australian Government’s jobactive program in the Central West Contract Region (including Cowra).
Our organisation has been contracted by the Australian Government to provide employment services continuously in the Central West area for nearly 20 years due to our proven ability to comply with government standards and regulations, and to partner with local employers across a range of industries.
This includes supporting employers with all of their recruitment needs. In the last five years alone we have placed over 5000 vulnerable job seekers into employment in the Central West.
Cowra is currently our highest performing site, and has achieved two five star ratings in the last 12 months.
Our Cowra team currently works with over 50 local employers who we continue to enjoy strong relationships with.
We are extremely grateful to have the support of so many local employers who appreciate the importance of supporting vulnerable local job seekers into employment, and the responsibilities that go with this.
We are, and will remain committed to, continuing to collaborate with Cowra employers to meet their skills needs by matching them with the right local job seekers.
Chief Executive Officer
The Adult Survivors of Child Abuse - Cowra Support Group will meet next Friday at 12:30.
The meeting is open to all survivors of any community. If interested contact Pascale on 6342 1612. All details on the internet via: recover.itmatters.com.au
We need a alternate speaker in Parliament.
Our politicians continually successfully publicly damn themselves.
Their worst antics occur in Parliament House.
If the Board Meetings of BHP and Australian companies were conducted in a manner similar to Parliament the shareholders would sack them.
A solution would be to have the High Court appoint an Independent Speaker or Chair Person to maintain credibility, terminate the name calling and the self denigration of the self serving inmates.
The Politicians would be winners and so would we. Perhaps with time they could earn a modicum of respect from the community.
They have none now. We have had a decade with Rudd arguably the nastiest and worst PM in 120 years.
Abbott who managed to eclipse the negatives of Fraser and McMahon as PM.
We lost another round with an already ordinary Gillard made worse by Abbott making her job impossible.
The opportunistic Bill emulates Abbott preventing the misplaced Malcolm from achieving his mostly ill conceived policies.
Bill the would be populist continues Gillard and Abbotts dictum of promising money to all for all causes.
Our modern day Robin Hood did little of benefit when he had the opportunity as deputy to Gillard.
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