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Moree local to stand in Youth Parliament

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Moree teenager and Aboriginal Employment Strategy (AES) Community Engagement Officer, Mitchell Dahlstrom, has this month been selected to take part in the inaugural 2012 National Indigenous Youth Parliament as an Indigenous ambassador.

The nineteen year old is one of six representatives from NSW who will participate in the event that will...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 08:14

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Miwatj remains committed to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander health

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This year Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation (Miwatj Health) celebrates its 20th anniversary of providing comprehensive primary health care to the Yolgnu people of East Arnhem Land, an area extending from about Ramingining in the west to Groote Eylandt in the east, and from Yirrkala in the north to Numbulwar in the south.

Miwatj Health's...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 08:13

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