Tax Service: Neighbourhood Central’s accredited ATO-trained volunteer is available by appointment to help you prepare and lodge your tax return. To be eligible for this free service you must have simple tax affairs and an income of around $60,000 or less. Contact Neighbourhood Central on 6862 3757, or call in to enquire at 80 Currajong Street.
Agribusiness Today Forum Postponed: The Agribusiness Today Forum committee announced the postponement of this year’s event due to the increased risk related to the latest COVID-19 outbreak in NSW. The forum will take place next year at the Forbes Golf and Sportsman’s Hotel on Thursday, 4th August and will be followed by a local field visit on 5th August. The theme, ‘Mixed Farming Enterprises – Adapting to a Changing Climate’ will remain the same. Refunds will be issued to those who have already purchased tickets. Stay up to date on new developments and announcements on the 2022 event by following the Agribusiness Today Forum on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. Visit the Agribusiness Today Forum website at https://agribusinesstodayforum.com/
Use Your Dine & Discover Vouchers: Business NSW is encouraging the Western NSW community to use their Dine & Dis-cover vouchers before they expire on 31st August. “The Greater Sydney and Orange region lockdowns has had a devastating impact to many businesses right across Western NSW and using your vouchers is one way you can support your local businesses and their staff throughout this trying time,” said Business NSW, Regional Man-ager – Western NSW, Vicki Seccombe. Residents can apply for the vouchers using the Service NSW website or call Service NSW if you need assistance.
‘Hug’ 500 cancer patients: For cancer patients, the surge in COVID-19 cases has limited the number of friends and family they can see, created a risk to their compromised immune systems and could impact their ability to fight the cancer. Cure Cancer and The Big Hug Box aim to deliver 500 hug boxes to cancer patients across Australia. The gift boxes contain a curated selection of products to support patients through their cancer treatment and are sourced as much as possible from small Australian businesses that specialize in organic and natural products. Go to thebighugbox.com to donate.