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In a world full of anxiety and doubt at the moment, one Muswellbrook principal is going "above and beyond" to alleviate the nervousness of his students.
With numerous measures now in place throughout the state to combat the threat of coronavirus (COVID-19), Aaron Moon welcomed his pupils - and some stunned adults - a little differently.
In full dress-up, complete with Elton John-type glasses, he greeted them with a song, and a dance, as they arrived at St James' Primary School.
Mr Moon not only performed such classics as The Hokey Pokey, YMCA and Chicken Dance, to name a few, he also belted out The Gambler in a tribute to Kenny Rogers, who died at the weekend.
"There is so much uncertainty around - and it's understandable the children are nervous," he said.
"That's why I did it, to lighten the mood.
The bulldozing of the Cape Bridgewater blue gum plantation saw the Mosswood Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre run off its feet with injured and distressed koalas at the beginning of February.
Centre manager Tracey Wilson is pleased to report only 23 juvenile koalas remain in their care and no deaths have occurred.
"They're all doing really well," she said.
"I think the koalas have been a bit forgotten about in light of what's happened so it's good to talk about them.
"There's still a long way to go for some but we've handed a lot over to other carers and many of these have been released."
A mystery shopper bought lunch for the staff at Woolworths in Burnie on Sunday.
The community member had 50 cheese burger and serves of french fries delivered to the store on Sunday. The lunch was a welcome surprise for Woolworths staff who have seen their busiest trading days ever.
Bree Stonehouse has been expressing kindness during the coronavirus pandemic by creating a network to connect mothers in search of milk for their babies.
The clinical nurse educator, who is working towards becoming a lead educator at Rural Northwest Health, said the idea was prompted by a Snapchat from a friend in need.
Parents are banding together in a Facebook group to share educational resources as they face new challenges posed by the coronavirus crisis.
Laura Davey and her friend Brooke Jones set up PMQ Temp Home Schooling as a way to bring together tools for parents to supplement their children's education needs.
The group is a community space for parents and caregivers to share daily plans, appropriate activities and free resources.
The aim is to provide resources for early learning through to primary school and high school students.