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Stories | 13 Sep 2012

It’s so much easier to make decisions when you’re sober and you’ve got a clear head.

Youth alcohol
Stories | 12 Sep 2012

Looks at how our young people are overcoming alcohol and drug problems.

Nyoongar Patrol senior supervisor Tanya Roe, Perth, WA.
Stories | 6 Sep 2012

It’s safer on the streets with Perth’s Nyoongar Patrol. Every Friday and Saturday night, six Nyoongar Patrol vans can be seen on the busy streets of Perth.

The Wilcannia Boomerangs, Broken Hill Saints, Menindee Yabbies, Parntu Warriors and Broken Hill Geebungs say no to domestic violence.
Stories | 6 Sep 2012

As community service announcements rejecting domestic violence are broadcast on regional New South Wales television this month, Broken Hill Saints club president Paul Kemp couldn’t be prouder.

Robert Smith with his mother Ethel at Derbarl Yerrigan Health Service, Perth, WA
Stories | 4 Sep 2012

Perth mother and son Ethel and Robert Smith attend their local Heart Health program at Derbarl Yerrigan Health Service every week. And according to Robert, one of the best things about Heart Health is that it allows Noongar people across Perth to get together.

Stories | 20 Aug 2012

The team from Red Dust Role Models recently visited Yuendumu and Lajamanu communities to host song workshops and raise awareness about healthy living.

Associate Professor Ted Wilkes, chair of the National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Committee, is increasing awareness of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), Fremantle, WA.
Stories | 13 Aug 2012

The dangers of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder can be prevented if women stop drinking when they’re pregnant.

Stories | 6 Aug 2012

Applications for the Puggy Hunter Memorial Scholarships for 2013 are now open and will close on 16 September 2012.

Six years after buying their first house, the growing Bonson family are moving to a new, larger home.
Stories | 25 Jul 2012

The Australian dream of owning your own home can seem impossible for many but for Naomi and John Bonson of Darwin, it is now a reality – with a little help from Indigenous Business Australia (IBA).

Aboriginal Elders Council of South Australia executive officer Janine Haynes with Louise Herft from Aged Rights Advocacy Service, North Adelaide, SA.
Stories | 23 Jul 2012

We discuss what elder abuse is and why it’s important for communities to speak up and take a stand to support our older people.

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