The congregation of the Sisters of St Joseph Lochinvar grew out of the sisterhood that had gathered around Reverend Julian Tenison Woods and St Mary of the Cross MacKillop at Penola in South Australia in 1866 and which spread to Perthville, near Bathurst, NSW, in 1872.
Cessnock Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Customer Service Awards ceremony on Friday 4 December to acknowledge the wonderful service and achievements in a variety of categories across the local community.
Four Year 9 Commerce students from St Joseph’s College, Lochinvar – Angelina Sater, Emily Mudford, Emily Pockett and Dakoda Miggins – recently achieved second place in the National Brilliant Business Kids Pitch Competition.
Videos for Change is a flexible learning opportunity designed to help educators plan and run an engaging, project-based experience, in person or online. The program understands the critical role schools play in supporting young people to be active citizens and leaders.