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Conference office to relocate to make way for new retirement living

After more than four years of planning, the building that housed the North New Zealand Conference will be demolished at the end of this month.

It Is Written TV ministry sees changes

It Is Written Oceania is moving from its current offices within the Adventist Media building at Wahroonga (NSW) to a new, donated facility in Dora Creek, closer to Cooranbong and a large pool of potential volunteers.

123 years young: Church begins new chapter

One of Australia’s oldest Seventh-day Adventist churches is embarking on a new journey at a different location.

School officially opens after long journey

Cairns Adventist College held its official opening ceremony on April 24. The college relocated in October 2014 and the staff and 80 students had been waiting since then to officially celebrate the opening.

Lemon: hire pastors, not administrators

The General Conference, the top administrative body of the Adventist Church, had 282 employees in 1995. Today it has 287, an increase of only five employees.

Conference office set for relocation

The South Queensland Conference (SQC) is set to move its head office to a new facility in Brisbane city.

Changes for Dalcross Adventist Hospital

Adventist HealthCare Limited (AHCL), which runs Sydney Adventist Hospital, has announced plans to relocate the services of its 51-bed niche surgical facility, Dalcross Adventist Hospital.

Fulton College opens new campus

A new era began for Fulton College yesterday as approximately 600 people gathered to celebrate the opening of the Sabeto campus by General Conference president Dr Ted Wilson and Fiji Education minister Filipe Bole.

Students walk 230 kms

Twenty Fulton College students have walked 230 kilometres across Fiji to commemorate the college’s relocation from Tailevu to Sabeto, near Nadi.

Cairns Adventist College to relocate in 2014

Students and families are elated that Cairns Adventist College (CAC) has been given the green light to relocate to its new 26-acre site next year.
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