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  • Free services make Friday 13th feel better

    Posted in July, 2018 

    Today is Friday the 13th, considered an unlucky day in Western superstition. The Junction Neighbourhood Centre would like to make it a luckier day for you by offering some free services that make life a bit easier. Need to get >>>

  • NAIDOC week – Because of her, we can!

    Posted in July, 2018 

    The Junction Neighbourhood Centre understands that it is situated in an historically significant place when it comes to race relations between Indigenous Australians and White Australia. In 1770, when James Cook sailed through the heads of Botany Bay, and landed >>>

  • Older people have “Such a happy day!”

    Posted in June, 2018 

    Read about the opportunities the Junction Neighbourhood Centre offers older people in the community to get out and about and connect with other people.   A chance to dance On Monday 25 June, The Junction Neighbourhood Centre (The JNC) held >>>

  • Free school holiday activities July 2018

    Posted in June, 2018 

    Looking for free school holiday activities for your toddler, child or teen? In the July school holidays, The Junction Neighbourhood Centre’s free playgroups and Community Kitchen will take the following breaks – Transition to School Playgroup: Last day Monday 2 >>>

  • Recognising the need to belong

    Posted in June, 2018 

    The need to belong is a universal emotion that crosses all cultures and borders. This is the central message of Refugee Week, which runs from Sunday 17 June to 23 June. Frances Rush, CEO of the Asylum Seekers Centre, said: >>>

  • Reconciliation: More than just a week

    Posted in June, 2018 

    During National Reconciliation Week The Junction Neighbourhood Centre (The JNC) demonstrated our ongoing commitment to reconciliation. Barbara O’Neill, The JNC’s Aboriginal Community Worker, said: “At The Junction Neighbourhood Centre we realise that reconciliation is about acknowledging the injustices of the >>>