NFP appointment, Islam billboards and a floating statue

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A week of landmarks and icons: Susan Pascoe (pictured), the former head of the Victorian Catholic Education Commission, was appointed to head a NFP taskforce, Sydney's longest serving priest retired after 63 years, the Jesus-Islam billboards have arrived in Adelaide and a church statue found floating in a river in Brisbane was returned to its owner.

Jesus Islam billboards come to Adelaide (Adelaide Now)

Statue of bishop found in river to its owner (Brisbane Times)

Sr Doreen goes west after 40 years in Sale (Pakenham Cardinia Leader)

Sydney priest retires after 63 years of service (St George Leader)

Wilcannia-Forbes parishioner meeting (Barrier Daily Truth)

Healthcare worker to climb Kiliminjaro for Alzheimers (Village Voice Balmain)

Betty McInerney, charmer on social circuit (SMH) 

ACTU secretary blamed for IEU split (Australian)

New NFP taskforce chair appointed (Third Sector)