Recent News

18 October 2021 / featured, Food Rescue

Food of Love

Things have changed for Ethan and Brad-Lee. Earlier this year Brad-Lee had a brain haemorrhage. But it was not the sad story it could have been.
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9 October 2021 / featured, Food Rescue, Social Justice

The Keeper

“I have loved it here,” say Clint Bolton, the former football goalkeeping star. “You get to a point in your life where you realise the most important thing is the relationships that you have with with people. Coming here, I’ve been inspired."
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9 October 2021 / featured, Social Justice

On the Corner

Mostafa Azimitabar, Craig Foster and Rosanna Barbero are taking a break at Koshari Korner, right beside the Addi Road Food Relief Hub in Marrickville...
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1 October 2021 / featured

Hit the Road

It’s all up to Steve Elphick now to get the truck to Walgett safely, a solid nine-hour drive. It’s already 3pm in Marrickville, Sydney. He will need to stop roadside somewhere tonight before pushing on to Walgett in the morning....
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1 October 2021 / featured

Ghosts of Action

These are just some words from the Inner West front of a battle that finds a beautiful edge here. An empty room and the ghosts of action.
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30 September 2021 / featured, Food Rescue

The Giving Days

Kim and Hannah are here from Junction Neighbourhood Centre (JNC) filling up a van load of hampers at the Addi Road Food Relief Hub. Both of them have seen a lot with COVID-19 and its impact in the community.
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29 September 2021 / featured, Food Rescue

Politics and Poverty

“I think the real question you have to ask is, why is it that all this volunteer labour is providing this level of essential service and care?” Leong says, gesturing around the Addi Road Food Relief Hub.
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28 September 2021 / featured, Food Rescue

Power to the People

A coalition of community organisations dedicated to the notion of a basic living wage is being discussed. With a focus on weaving an alliance over the issue with community organisations in swinging seats at the next election.
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25 September 2021 / Arts & Culture, featured

World Peace Day

Those we remember at Addi Road, on our Honour Roll for Peace, range from a former prime minister to anti-conscription activists, Vietnam War veterans to musicians and poets, Indigenous Elders and human rights campaigners.
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22 September 2021 / featured, Food Rescue

It’s a Long Way to the Top

AC/DC’s ‘It’s a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna to Rock n Roll)’ is pumping through the hall that Addi Road have converted into our Food Relief Hub. Chris Minns, State Labor Leader of the Opposition and the Member for Kogarah, is our guest hamper packer today.
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