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Paramedic Harte a role model for youth

2013-07-11-Paramedic-Liam-Harte-photo-convertedNSW Ambulance paramedic Liam Harte is an "everyday role model" for Sydney's Indigenous community, working to not only improve health options but demonstrate career pathways for the young.

Paramedic Harte, who joined the service in 2008 and is based at the Sydney Ambulance Centre Redfern, said his aim was to look after his community...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 July 2013 15:58

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SkillsTech celebrate Reconciliation Week

KC20459-convertedA traditional Smoking Ceremony was performed recently at the SkillsTech Australia Acacia Ridge Training Centre in celebration of National Reconciliation Week.

SkillsTech Australia Institute Director Mary Campbell said by performing this Indigenous ceremonial custom we not only share the culture of our ancestors but also acknowledge the traditional owners of the land.

"The $200 million...

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 17 June 2013 07:35

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