Archives / 2018 / November
  • Insurance by farmers for farmers

    Committed to rural Australia

    Achmea Australia is a dedicated insurance company for the rural sector - with a fascinating history - which Sam and Jenny Bailey discovered when they spoke at the staff … more

  • Students and community benefit

    Walcha school focuses on wellbeing

    Walcha Central School held its first Wellbeing Week and Festival Friday from November 14 to 16 aimed at bringing the entire community together and highlighting the … more

  • Repeat trip a pleasure

    Barker College talk an annual event

    Sam Bailey visited Barker College in Hornsby, Sydney, again on November 15 to speak to the Year 10 students as they prepare to embark on their senior years of … more

  • Drought continues in Far North Queensland

    Rain adds a shine to drought ball

    A storm blew in and sent guests running for cover, with tables, chairs and band equipment, at the Charters Towers Rural Recharge Ball on Saturday night, November 10. … more

  • Ebor Public School inspires visit

    Book reading leads to invitation

    After reading Sam Bailey's book Head Over Heels to students at Ebor Public School, Principal Lee Rose decided they should meet him so that's what inspired an evening … more

  • Congratulations to Hague family

    Lake Cargelligo recognised local lamb producers

    Sam and Jenny Bailey loved their role for the 2018 Lake Cargelligo "Paddock to Plate" Lamb Competition on October  26 - helping with the tasting … more

  • "Time out" for farmers

    Taking a break can help mental health

    With the drought continuing to effect the majority of farmers across NSW and Queensland it can be difficult for farmers to take time out. Sometimes … more

  • Ball supports an important cause

    Fundraising for Batyr a huge success

    The 2018 White Elephant Ball continued the tradition...again raising funds for Batyr, a preventative mental health organisation created and driven by young … more