MPREC’s CDP staff have gathered for a team building event to undergo training and networking.
MPREC’s Two Eight Three Five clothing store launches online. Retail Supervisor, Kasey Egan, shares her dreams for the store future.
MPREC was featured in the Dubbo’s Mailbox Shopper and Daily Liberal this month, with a piece about our social enterprise BlueRidge Cafe.
MPREC’s new forklift trainer, Andrew Chapple, was met with glowing reviews after his first successful course with MPREC RTO.
The upkeep and improvement of the Alice Edwards Village in Bourke continues, with the completion of a BMX bike track for the community and a makeover of the village's entryway.