Namoi Valley Independent

Gunnedah to take part in White Ribbon Foundations Cheese for Change initiative

Billy Jupp
Updated March 13 2018 - 12:17pm, first published March 12 2018 - 5:00pm
SAY CHEESE: Gunnedah Family Support Homebase's Jess Blair, Christine Smith, Rebecca Rhuman and GoCo's Kate Mackley are sharing a 'platter that matters' as a part of White Ribbon Foundation's Cheese for Change campaign. Photo: Billy Jupp
SAY CHEESE: Gunnedah Family Support Homebase's Jess Blair, Christine Smith, Rebecca Rhuman and GoCo's Kate Mackley are sharing a 'platter that matters' as a part of White Ribbon Foundation's Cheese for Change campaign. Photo: Billy Jupp

THE Gunnedah community is set to tackle the issue of domestic violence with a brand new initiative from the White Ribbon Foundation.

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Billy Jupp

Billy Jupp

Senior Livestock Journalist

Billy is a Senior Livestock Journalist for the Queensland Country Life based in Toowoomba. He has worked for a variety of different ACM mastheads during the past five years including the Namoi Valley Independent, Northern Daily Leader and The Land.

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