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NACCHO begins production “Aboriginal health in Aboriginal hands “a 20 episode video series

 

Work has begun in June on “Aboriginal health in Aboriginal hands for health futures “a 20 episode series that will highlight how investing in Aboriginal community controlled health will lead to generational change and Close the Gap. 318 more words

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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2015.

1st July, 2015.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
ELECTION OF DIRECTORS 2015/16

Members are hereby notified that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Jamberoo Golf Club Limited will be held on Wednesday 26th August, 2015. 144 more words

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2015 Jack Newton Junior Golf, Junior-Am

A sunny morning greeted the Jamberoo Team for the 2015 Junior-Am held this year at Port Kembla Golf Club on the 29th of June. A quality field of promising juniors, both local and state-wide, played as the marquee players in each group. 236 more words

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June 2015 Veterans Newsletter

1st June 2015 Competition
Today was our Vets Championship which was transferred from May due to the wet weather. It was also the first day of winter and Mother Nature did not disappoint. 503 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal Health : Child doctors improve Indigenous health where governments have failed

Rhonda-Lee Lardner, 8, is learning about hygiene, traditional and bush medicine as part of the Dhalayi doctor program at St Joseph’s Primary School in Kempsey. 708 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal Health Good News: Apunipima cooking up healthy lessons for life

 

“The “Need for Feed Cape York Style “program gives participants the skills and knowledge about healthy eating from a young age to learn about the importance of having practical ways to prevent development of chronic disease and obesity. 336 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal Health : National Obesity Prevention Network first victim in cuts to Health Flexible Funds

 

“Among the other 13 Flexible Funds apparently to be affected are those supporting the provision of essential services in rural, regional and remote Australia; working to Close the Gap in health outcomes for Indigenous Australians; managing vital responses to communicable diseases; and delivering substance use treatment services around the country. 535 more words

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