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Meg Purser receives posthumous woman of the year award, Catherine Henry awarded in Newcastle | Newcastle Herald




HUNTER businesswoman Meg Purser has been posthumously recognised for her contribution to the Charlestown community as the woman of the year. She is one of many local women receiving the honour on International Women’s Day. “Meg was not just a highly skilled communications and public relations expert, she was someone who gave her time and shared her skills for the benefit of the broader community and organisations such as the Westpac Helicopter Service, Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation and the domestic violence support charity Got Your Back Sista,” Charlestown MP Jodie Harrison said. IN THE NEWS: “I cannot think of a more appropriate recipient this year for this award.” Ms Purser died from breast cancer in January. Her parents,…

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