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Meet us at the Indigenous Marathon Foundation Barossa Fun Day!

We aim to see 4,000 Aboriginal South Australians over the next three years, in metro, rural and remote South Australia, So you could certainly say that studies like… 334 more words

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LISTEN: New doco educates mob about tabacco

A new documentary released over the weekend aims to better educate our mob about the history and effects of tobacco.
“Clouded History” was commissioned by the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence and follows Bundjalung man Marcus Corowra  37 more words


The importance of Aboriginal people to Australian society - Alex Brown

In this short video, Professor Alex Brown, talks about Aboriginal health, the importance of Aboriginal culture in Australian society, and the role of research in improving the health and well-being of Aboriginal peoples across Australia. 143 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal Health News : Is the solution to grog on the cards

“What responsibility should we have over how welfare is delivered to those in need? Since the introduction of federal unemployment benefits in 1944, the government has provided welfare in cash. 857 more words

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Ruth Wallace announced as our latest Ambassador

Ruth Wallace was born in Adelaide, and represented Australia in the junior Matildas team in 2009.  She played AFL, soccer for Adelaide United and is a young ambassador for Port Power Football Club in their community youth program. 383 more words

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Marngrook Footy's Shelley Ware 'joins' The Aboriginal Diabetes Study!

We are delighted and excited to announce that Shelley Ware has become an official ABORIGINAL Diabetes Study Ambassador!

Shelley is a proud Yankanjatjara and Wirangu woman from Adelaide, South Australia, who currently lives in Melbourne. 336 more words

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Alex Brown on ABC Adelaide Radio

Back in March, Professor Alex Brown, Theme Leader at SAHMRI and chief investigator for The ABORIGINAL Diabetes Study, was interviewed by Ian Henschke for ABC Adelaide.  45 more words

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