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Weave announces new CEO

Siobhan Bryson, who has worked at Weave as a caseworker and as Operations Manager, was recently appointed the new CEO.

Confined kids bound by short term solutions

Juvenile justice centres in NSW are coming under the spotlight where there is increased concern over the welfare of the state's 239 juvenile detainees.

On the road to success

WATERLOO: Weave Youth and Community Services provide a wide range of programs supporting the local community, with a focus on working with people facing disadvantage and social exclusion. Their Driving Change program aims to combat an issue that is faced by many young people – getting their licence.

Breaking the cycles of addiction and incarceration

A host of figures told their stories, each person presenting a case of survival and overcoming the odds. The statistics are overwhelming. Aboriginal and Torres...

Splash of colour for Barangaroo foreshore

Young artists, from Weave Youth Services and The Settlement Neighbourhood Centre, have designed a series of panels that will be used to brighten construction group Baulderstone’s site operations at Barangaroo’s Headland Park.

Swans combine for Kool Kids

Sydney Swans pair Adam Goodes and Lewis Jetta teamed up for some terrific goals in season 2012, and now they’re aiming to combine for another – to help keep the doors open at Weave’s Kool Kids Club in Waterloo.

A place of their own

WATERLOO: South Sydney has a stunning new landmark with the Waterloo Youth Family Community Centre opened by Lord Mayor Clover Moore MP and Federal Member for Sydney the Hon. Tanya Plibersek MP at a celebration on Saturday August 11.

Editorial – September 2012

This month’s Review section is dedicated in loving memory to Jane Barton who passed away at her home, with partner Melissa by her side and dear friends nearby, on August 15.

Weave Only Just Begun

Formerly known as South Sydney Youth Services, WEAVE is a non-profit community organisation working with approximately 2,000 people, over 60 per cent of whom...