Bega Valley youth speak out about issues affecting their daily lives

Ellouise Bailey
By Ellouise Bailey
Updated June 2 2022 - 12:34am, first published May 27 2022 - 6:30am
Jade Short who graduated from school in 2021 and Freya Occleshaw of Eden Marine High School were both passionate about what youth in the Bega Valley needed to feel better supported to create better pathways for young people. Photo: Ellouise Bailey

Lack of transport, mental health, climate change, political literacy, and isolation.

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Ellouise Bailey

Regional daily news reporter on the Far South Coast of NSW. Got a story? Get in touch: 0409 638 665 or email ellouise.bailey@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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