Substation33 clocks up more than 700 refurbished computers in four months for Logan students and families

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Updated April 15 2021 - 12:11am, first published August 12 2020 - 4:30pm
NEW TECH: Ella Misisa of Slacks Creek receives a refurbished computer to assist with learning from home.
NEW TECH: Ella Misisa of Slacks Creek receives a refurbished computer to assist with learning from home.

AT the height of the coronavirus pandemic in April, Kingston's Substation33 undertook a new challenge: to rebuild second-hand computers for Logan families.

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Stacey Whitlock

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