Ngurra hub launches new program dedicated to connecting Wagga families with much-needed services

Georgia Rossiter
Updated December 20 2022 - 4:27pm, first published December 19 2022 - 8:00pm
Tahmecca Stoll, Uncle Wilfred Williams, Steven Moore, Kellie Murray, Rosie Powell, Nadene Lee, Pamela McInerney, and Jenny McKinnon at the Ngurra Connected Beginnings launch. Picture supplied
Tahmecca Stoll, Uncle Wilfred Williams, Steven Moore, Kellie Murray, Rosie Powell, Nadene Lee, Pamela McInerney, and Jenny McKinnon at the Ngurra Connected Beginnings launch. Picture supplied

A new Indigenous program launched in Wagga is hoping to give Indigenous children the best start in life.

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Georgia Rossiter

Georgia comes to the Daily Advertiser from the Snowy Mountains via Shepparton, Victoria. You can reach her at georgia.rossiter@austcommunitymedia.com.au or 0439 364 702

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