Wagga writing group goes into recess after government funding dries up

Jeremy Eager
May 27 2024 - 9:00pm
Booranga Writers Centre committee members David Gilbey, Lachlan Brown and Kathryn Halliwell question the future of their centre. Picture by Jeremy Eager
Booranga Writers Centre committee members David Gilbey, Lachlan Brown and Kathryn Halliwell question the future of their centre. Picture by Jeremy Eager

Committee members of Wagga's Booranga Writing Centre have made the painful decision to stop paying staff and running workshops, after government funding they regularly received was knocked back.

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Jeremy Eager

Jeremy Eager

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Originally from Wollongong, Jeremy has made the move to The Daily Advertiser to tell the stories of the Riverina. Got a story to share? Email jeremy.eager@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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