Blogger Sharnah likes living in a place where people look out for each other, but the down side is she feels her career options are pretty limited.
We are back to the West Coast for the fourth instalment from the young people involved in youth week 2015. Thanks again to the Rosebery Neighbourhood house for getting these great little powerpoint blogs to us!
Fabulous high-schooler Poppy shares her thoughts about what she does and doesn’t like – and what she thinks would be good for bored teenagers in Rosebery.
This is another contribution from the Rosebery Neighbourhood House, and Youth Week 2015. Thanks!
18 year old Mikaela writes about the shortage of options for work, study and transport in Rosebery.
I had to leave my family and my friends behind so that I was able to get a job and support myself
This our second fantastic blog from a group of young people living on the West Coast.
What I would really love to have is public transport
This is the first in a series of slide shows which were prepared for youth week this year by some young people from Rosebery.
Kelsie kicks off with her thoughts about what it’s like to live, work and study in an area where her options are pretty limited.
Thanks to Jo from the Rosebery Neighbourhood House for organising these and sending them in to the Bottom Line Blog