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Warren de With, an avid recreational fisherman and low aromatic unleaded fuel advocate
Stories | 9 Jun 2015

Warren de With is an advocate of using low aromatic unleaded fuel in boats, cars and and generators, particularly in areas where petrol sniffing is a problem for local communities.

Stories | 21 May 2015

Jonathan Hermawan is many things, including a teacher, musician, an advocate for Indigenous youth, as well as a champion for the use of low aromatic unleaded fuel.

Eddie Robertson, pictured holding his award for the 2015 Northern Territory Senior Australian of the Year!
Stories | 18 Nov 2014

Congratulations Eddie Jampijinpa Robertson, the 2015 Northern Territory Senior Australian of the Year. The Warlpiri elder and Australian Government Indigenous Engagement Officer from Yuendumu in central Australia has dedicated his life to helping his community.

Tobacco Action Worker Jethro Calma-Holt in front of his work vehicle
Stories | 31 Oct 2014

Meet Jethro Calma-Holt from Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation in Wodonga, one of hundreds of Tobacco Action and Healthy Lifestyle workers changing lives across Australia.

The Tackling Violence community awareness campaign promotes anti-domestic violence messages and raises awareness about safe and healthy relationships.
Stories | 16 Sep 2014

This footy season, regional NSW rugby league clubs are tackling domestic violence through an awareness campaign to change attitudes and behaviours in regional communities.

Minister Nigel Scullion signs up to R U Ok?
Stories | 4 Sep 2014

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has signed up as a Conversation Mate to help suicide-prevention organisation, R U OK?, inspire regular, meaningful conversations.

David Pigram, founder of Alive & Kicking Goals!, accepts the AMA (WA) Healthway Healthier WA Award June 2014.
Stories | 31 Jul 2014

Broome suicide prevention programme Alive & Kicking Goals! wins 2014 AMA (WA) Healthway Healthier WA Award.

This artwork, provided by a local Titjikala artist, represents the Titjikala dream time.
Stories | 24 Jul 2014

The Titjikala Aboriginal community is the first to have its Alcohol Management Plan approved by the Commonwealth Minister for Indigenous Affairs.

Vets working with AMRRIC treating dogs in the Utopia homelands of central Australia
Stories | 23 Jun 2014

A recent campaign to control the dog population in remote Aboriginal communities has produced unexpected benefits.

Apunipima Men’s Health Manager Bernard David with Healthy Lifestyles administration officer Carly Hilton at the recent Deadly Choices launch at Mossman Gorge.
Stories | 13 Jun 2014

Men’s health has been top of the agenda for Apunipima Cape York Health Council as they celebrated International Men’s Health Week.

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