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National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is a time for Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures and achievements. It is also an opportunity for all Australians to reflect on how we can contribute to reconciliation. Our week of events commenced with the ANTaR Armidale Annual......

Between 2018 and 2019 the NSW Government and not-for-profit community housing providers (CHPs) partnered to deliver the Social Housing Management Transfer (SHMT) Program. This program saw the transfer of nearly 14,000 public housing properties to nine CHPs across NSW – the single biggest transition of......

Homes North’s Annual Report 2022-23 is a comprehensive reflection of the work we have engaged in throughout the 2022-23 financial year and is reflective of our strong commitment to achieving strategic, financial and operational goals for 2022-23. The Annual Report provides insight into the Community......

Last week a number of staff attended the annual PowerHousing Australia Member Exchange Conference in Canberra. It was a busy three-day event jam-packed with meetings, presentations, and networking opportunities. Attending the conference is extremely useful for Homes North. It is an opportunity to learn from......

Homes North’s Operations Support Officer, Breanna Johns, was nominated for the prestigious Rising Star Award at the PowerHousing Australia Member Exchange Conference held in Canberra last week. Key criteria for nomination is for an individual who has exhibited initiative, creativity, proactivity and innovative behaviour beyond......

At Homes North we value our staff and celebrate their achievements, especially when their journey may have been harder than others. In late November, Trish Moran graduated the Aboriginal Employment Strategy Traineeship Program. Trish started her traineeship with Homes North in June 2022, graduating five......

On Friday 27 October the Tamworth Domestic & Family Violence Committee held their annual Reclaim the Night Walk. Homes North, along with other support providers, joined the walk to raise awareness of domestic and family violence, and to help end the silence that surrounds it.......

At Homes North, we value when tenants let us know they have a pet/s. It is really important that we know from a property care and animal welfare perspective if our tenants have a pet/s. Our pet strategy centres around informing tenants about the steps......

Homes North, along with Community Support Hub partners and service providers, gathered this morning for morning tea in celebration of National Reconciliation Week 2023, commemorating the rich cultures, histories, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. This week is an opportunity to reflect......