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Mary Buckskin calls for more action on alcohol misuse among Aboriginal people in Ceduna

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The CEO of the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia (AHCSA), Mrs Mary Buckskin, has called for more action to address the problem of alcohol misuse among Aboriginal people in the Ceduna area in the far west of South Australia.

"AHCSA supported the findings and recommendation of the 2011 report of the State Coroner following the inquest into a...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 May 2013 20:14

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NAISDA welcomes opposition members to see new campus

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Senator George Brandis, Shadow Minister for the Arts and Senator Marise Payne, Shadow Minister for Indigenous Development and Employment, toured NAISDA Dance College's newly completed campus at Mt Penang Parklands on the NSW Central Coast.

During the visit the Senators, escorted by Kim Walker, NAISDA's Executive Director and the Chair of NAISDA, Warren Mundine, met Cultural Tutors...

 

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