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FAIRHAVEN RECREATES RUBBISH INTO RICHES

As the saying goes, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.

A local disability service provider is making the most of discarded goods – also providing a one-of-a-kind employment opportunity.

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About Georgia Maher

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After studying a BA in Communication and Journalism at UTS, Georgia moved into health and aged care reporting for three years. She also studied broadcast journalism at California State University, Sacramento and The Australian, Film, Television and Radio School in Sydney. An interest in social business took her to India to direct a series of micro documentaries.

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