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Migrants sharpen their English while keeping Queensland’s school tuckshops afloat

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A volunteer school tuckshop program operating in Queensland’s most diverse city is helping migrants and refugees gain confidence and settle into Australia’s working culture.

The city of Logan, south of Brisbane, is home to people from 217 different cultures — many are new residents who have only recently arrived in Australia and feel daunted by the prospect of trying to find a job.

Now a local school tuckshop program, Connections Through Cooking, is working with refugees and…



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