We acknowledge the traditional custodians of Country where we live and work.
We pay our respects to Elders of past and present and acknowledge continuous connections and contribution to land, sea and community.
The Dubbo Photonews, as part of their recognition of NAIDOC week in the region, gave MPREC the opportunity to comment on the work they do as one of Australia’s largest Aboriginal governed charitable organisations.
MPREC was featured in the Dubbo’s Mailbox Shopper and Daily Liberal this month, with a piece about our social enterprise BlueRidge Cafe.
This month Work for the Dole participants in Cobar, along with local employers and TAFE representatives joined MPREC’s Community Development barbecue, to recognise their hard work.
The town of Bourke was lucky enough to welcome His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove and Her Excellency Lady Cosgrove this month.
Bridget is moving to a new adventure after 15 months of training and work at MPREC’s social enterprise, BlueRidge Cafe in Dubbo.