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SERI Apr 2
[UPDATE] Grocery stores and wholesale produce markets, include "spaza shops and informal food traders, with written permission from a municipal authority to operate being required in respect of informal food traders;" are |
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Jason Keel Mar 28
Rain does nothing to dampen the cheers for and in downtown during the 7pm shift change. Ambulance lights are at Sound on!
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Melbourne Water May 3
Our staff continue to ensure reliable water, sewerage & drainage services & protect environmental health of Melbourne’s rivers & creeks. Skye is part of our natural resource management crew working to improve biodiversity along our waterways
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Melbourne Water May 20
Behind the scenes ensuring reliable sewerage services are staff at our treatment plants. Jamilla, Process Engineer at ensures it continues to run optimally. She's practising social distancing by working from home with her dog Sniper
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Lawyers for Human Rights Apr 2
📢, know your rights during the period!
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Hunter Water Apr 22
Say hello to Jason 👋 He is working day and night to maintain our networks during these challenging times. Thank you Jason, and thanks to all the essential workers doing a great job across our community! 👏👏👏
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MW Civil Defence Apr 18
Today's shout out for our goes to the teachers and principal at Marton Junction School. Nominated by Sheree Cavanagh, "They are doing their best to sustain our children's learning through online means." A big thank you to our 💛
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cathy nidoski Apr 10
7pm cheers at for & all on the front lines taking care of us all. 👏🏼❤️
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Jason Keel Apr 2
A week later and cheers keep getting louder for and in - during the 7 pm shift change. Police now showing their support at every night.
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Burnaby Schools Apr 17
We’re doing our best to assist families in these difficult times with everything from food and technology to supporting children of . Learn more about this, and how our students are also leading efforts to help:
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Tom Donahue VT Mar 25
This is how I feel right now! Our great team provided 85 local people with a significant amount of delicious fresh food today at the BROC Community Food Shelf. And their pets too! Open M-F from 10-12 serving outdoors for everybody’s safety.
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Jason Keel Apr 5
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WSAA Apr 22
Our water industry workers are working 24/7, in the community, at water and wastewater treatment plants, call centres and labs ensuring that our water keeps flowing and toilets flushing. They are essential. From our team to yours, THANK YOU!
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Nature's Path Foods May 17
Transit workers, like all , are going above and beyond for their communities. That’s why we recently donated boxes of organic food to show our support and appreciation. ⁣ Thank you for helping us facilitate these donations!
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WSAA Apr 27
Thank you to our essential service workers working around the clock to ensure we have clean, safe water and wastewater services. If you see water utility crews in your neighborhood, say hi but please keep a safe distance.
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95.9 CHFM Mar 29
Get ready to make some noise ! At 7pm, let’s step out our doors, and make some noise for our and ! Tag us, and we will repost you on our page!
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Melbourne Water May 28
Phil is a Network Operations Specialist & part of the essential team continuing to ensure reliable water services. He monitors our water network and helps it adapt to changing conditions. Phil is working from home while staying connected with his team.
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TasWater Apr 26
This is Aaron, one of our Services Operators. He is part of our crew working around the clock to fix bursts and leaks across our network. If you see our crews out on your walk, say hi but please keep a safe distance.
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Unitywater Apr 8
This is Eli, one of our Fitters in our Mechanical and Electrical team. He's working 24/7 to ensure you have clean, safe, running water to your taps and sewerage services that protect your health and the environment. so can do their jobs safely.
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