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Meet the Marrickville Kid

Kacey-Michelle-BLAKENEY-(2)-convertedSix year old Kacey Blakeney is the 2013 Marrickville Kid.

The Marrickville Kid is the face of the Marrickville Festival, which this year will be held on Sunday 20 October.

Kacey will feature on all Marrickville Festival promotional materials. She will star in a mini-photo shoot for the festival promotions and receive a printed photo.

The...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 September 2013 16:07

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Bright sparks ready for work

Program-participants-are-now-ready-to-kickstart-their-careers-in-energyTen Toowoomba Indigenous job seekers are well on their way to an electrical career thanks to an employment and training initiative supported by QGC.

Energy Skills Queensland (ESQ), working with QGC, provided Indigenous job seekers with the opportunity of a lifetime through a fully-funded...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 05 September 2013 10:14

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