Barunga News

Autumn 2018 Newsletter

March 28, 2018

The latest Barunga newsletter is now available to download.

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Hobbies maintained in the Homes

February 7, 2018

Barunga Village encourages people living in Barunga Homes to maintain their independence whenever possible. Moving in to residential care should not mean your independence is diminished and often with appropriate support it can actually increase. Merrilyn Hewett, Director of Nursing at Barunga Village said maintaining your independence is fundamental to maximising quality of life. “We…

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Barunga Village Lifestyle Summer Cover shot

Summer 2017/18 Newsletter

December 6, 2017

The latest Barunga newsletter is now available to download.

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Barunga Village Lifestyle Magazine Spring Cover

Spring 2017 Newsletter

October 27, 2017

The latest Barunga newsletter is now available to download.

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Barunga Village Autumn 2017 Newsletter

Winter 2017 Newsletter

August 10, 2017

The latest Barunga newsletter is now available to download.

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Barunga Village Resident on Skype

Barunga resident creates international friendship

August 7, 2017

  Distance isn’t standing in the way of a Barunga Homes resident and her pen pal in Ireland, who regularly write letters and have even started using Skype to share their life stories. Barunga’s Joan Gill, 93, and May Sherlock, 81, from Sunhill Nursing Home in Louth, had been writing to one another for two…

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Barunga Autumn 2017 Newsletter

Autumn 2017 Newsletter

May 17, 2017

The latest Barunga newsletter is now available to download.

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Summer 2016/17 Newsletter

March 3, 2017

The latest Barunga newsletter is now available to download.

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Barunga Boomers raise $5000 for Cancer Council

March 3, 2017

In a wonderful finish to several months of fundraising the Barunga Boomers – Ageing with Attitude took to the Kadina Football Oval to be part of this year’s Upper Yorke Peninsula Relay For Life. With help from Barunga staff, volunteers and residents, and the wider Port Broughton community, the Barunga Boomers raised $5000 for the…

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Barunga Village leads local football club’s premiership

March 3, 2017

With five minutes to go in the A Grade 2016 Grand Final for the Northern Areas Football Association the Port Broughton-Mundoora Football Club was 17 points down. In the next 300 seconds of footy – the team, coached by Barunga Village’s Education and Safety Coordinator, Andrew Charlton – kicked three goals to take home the…

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