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Linfox celebrates employment milestone

Alan KellyStory and image supplied by Johanna Kerin

The Linfox Indigenous Employment Program is celebrating an important milestone this week, celebrating over 200 Indigenous employees within the Linfox team.

The success of the Linfox Indigenous Employment Program can be attributed to the strong focus on pre-employment that is only offered when jobs are available, career progression and strong...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 20:37

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My hero, my sister Isabell Edith Coe

linda, isabell,_annby Ann Weldon

I dedicate a small glimpse of my journey with my sister-cousin Isabell Edith Coe's life journey to her children Diyan (her beautiful Dee), Nioka (her protege), Murieguel, Willei (her protectors), Eileen her angel and her grandchildren, Joshua, William David Jr, Tegan, Murrieguel, Keisha, Kyanan & Willei Jr, and her mother Agnes Ann Coe

Isabell Edith Coe was born into...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 29 November 2012 14:32

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