Voice Pipe 17

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The new year is here, another chapter of our history is in front of us, and what a year we have on the navigation table! Onwards and upwards what else would we do as an association? Top of my list … Continued

Voice Pipe September 2017

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With a new committee on board, we now set our sails towards a new direction, bring it on I say, full ahead team Tingira Boys! After our first Tingira committee meeting last month in Sydney, I came away and resolved … Continued

Voice Pipe June 2017

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NATIONAL TINGIRA CELEBRATIONS… The AGM in Canberra last month on a cold Friday night has and come and gone but this one had a bit more ‘beef on the bone’ than the last few AGM’s we have held. We had … Continued

Voice Pipe August 2016

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Moving Forward… It’s hard to believe five years later from our start up date of 1-1-11 Tingira Australia Association is now 600 members strong and still gathering momentum in other states beside the eastern seaboard. As an association, we must … Continued

Voice Pipe no. 11

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JR Reunion 2015 – Of all the events I have been involved with over in my past 30 years with associations, this was by far the most rewarding and proudest for me. As a committee, we knew the Tingira Boys … Continued

Voice Pipe 10

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Click here to Download and read your copy of Voice Pipe today It’s been a whirlwind few months at my desk, running the communications department for the RSL NSW and then the Tinny boys to march around the country on … Continued

Voice Pipe Issue 9

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First sorry, it has been a ‘long drink’ between issues, 2014 has been super busy with a few things and will attempt to roll that all into this issue and the Annual Report, due late April. Welcome 2015 it’s sure … Continued

Voice Pipe Issue 8

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“So where are they now? That’s the biggest question I get asked as the Tingira Association Secretary. ” There are so many descendants of the original ‘Tinny Boys’ here in Sydney and I think they all know I’m combining the facts for a possible future book on all things … Continued

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