March 23rd, 2020
Do you have a story
During these hard times, closures, isolation it’s a long road ahead for all of us. Heartland Magazine will continue to bring stories about people and communities.
Now can be a time of reflection. We love to write about people, their loves, their hopes and their dreams and publish them in our
February 11th, 2019
TRAINING HITS SWEET SPOT FOR LARGE NSW NORTH COAST EMPLOYER
In the sweet land of sugar, Australia’s largest export crop after wheat, local company Sunshine Sugar is a key industry player with three mills across a 150+km stretch of the NSW north coast.
As a part of its strategic business plan, Sunshine Sugar recogni
October 3rd, 2018
NUCLEAR PHYSICIST TAKES ON TEACHING AT TAFE NSW
With a career spanning 30 years, including working in classified scientific programs in Australia and the US, nuclear physicist Andrew J Bradley PhD is taking on a new challenge at TAFE NSW.
Dr Bradley is applying his expertise to teaching maths, chemistry, labora
July 30th, 2018
TAFE NSW Wollongbar recognised for industry excellence
TAFE NSW Wollongbar's tourism, events, aviation, cookery and hospitality teaching section took home gold in the Tourism Education and Training category, at the 2018 North Coast Regional Tourism Awards held at Opal Cove Resort in Coffs Harbour last night.
July 18th, 2018
RISING STAR IN ABORIGINAL HEALTH CARE
At only 19 years old, Ballina man George Johnson has taken on the challenge of becoming an Aboriginal health care worker in his community.
In 2016 and 2017, Mr Johnson completed a Certificate II in Community Pharmacy at TAFE NSW Lismore as a school-based trainee, with host empl
July 18th, 2018
SHINING LIGHT IN COMMUNITY SERVICES
When Susan Knight from Gulmarrad took home the Vocational Student of the Year Award at the recent North Coast and Mid-North Coast Training Awards presentation, it was a recognition of her commitment to the community services sector.
Ms Knight said, "It was a real honour to receiv