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Welcome to MacleayLink

MacleayLink is a community information hub created by Kempsey Shire Council to inform and connect community groups, service providers and individuals of the Macleay Valley with resources, opportunities and information that may be valuable to you, your clients or your stakeholders.

Examples of what can be shared include: grants and funding opportunities, training and workshops, community service provider network meetings, sponsorship opportunities, competitions, State and Federal community education information and awareness campaigns, awards nominations and expressions of interest.

Important Information:

  • Please share your community information through the submission tab
  • All submissions will be moderated for appropriate content (political, offensive or sensitive information will not be approved)
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  • This is not an event space - if you have an upcoming event please submit it to the Hey Hey Macleay! community events calendar on the right hand side of this page or go to community.kempsey.nsw.gov.au
  • Kempsey Shire Council accepts no liability arising from the content on this page and does not manage the content for accuracy


Welcome to MacleayLink

MacleayLink is a community information hub created by Kempsey Shire Council to inform and connect community groups, service providers and individuals of the Macleay Valley with resources, opportunities and information that may be valuable to you, your clients or your stakeholders.

Examples of what can be shared include: grants and funding opportunities, training and workshops, community service provider network meetings, sponsorship opportunities, competitions, State and Federal community education information and awareness campaigns, awards nominations and expressions of interest.

Important Information:

  • Please share your community information through the submission tab
  • All submissions will be moderated for appropriate content (political, offensive or sensitive information will not be approved)
  • We will aim to action your submission within 2-5 business days
  • Use images to help your post stand out
  • Tagging your submission will allow it to be categorised and searched for in a meaningful way (limit tags to 4 please)
  • This is not an event space - if you have an upcoming event please submit it to the Hey Hey Macleay! community events calendar on the right hand side of this page or go to community.kempsey.nsw.gov.au
  • Kempsey Shire Council accepts no liability arising from the content on this page and does not manage the content for accuracy


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  • Southern Cross University NDIS Research Project

    21 days ago
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    You are warmly invited to take a part in an important Southern Cross University research project that aims to better understand the experiences of carers in the Coffs Harbour to Port Macquarie region.

    The purpose of the project is to inform government policy on how to better support carers and improve their employment, education and health prospects.

    The project is called: “The impact of the new disability support environment (National Disability Insurance Scheme) on regional carers”.

    Participation is voluntary and confidential. All that is required is to take part in three individual interviews over 18 months with a Southern Cross...

    You are warmly invited to take a part in an important Southern Cross University research project that aims to better understand the experiences of carers in the Coffs Harbour to Port Macquarie region.

    The purpose of the project is to inform government policy on how to better support carers and improve their employment, education and health prospects.

    The project is called: “The impact of the new disability support environment (National Disability Insurance Scheme) on regional carers”.

    Participation is voluntary and confidential. All that is required is to take part in three individual interviews over 18 months with a Southern Cross University researcher at a location of your convenience. You will receive a $50.00 grocery shopping voucher for every interview you undertake.

    If you choose to be involved in this project you will be helping to improve carer’s experiences with the NDIS.

    For further enquires and information please email Professor John Hurley at john.hurley@scu.edu.au

    Initial interviews will take place during October and November 2018.