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Parentline: Wendy’s parenting yarns

cherbourg parent_line_pictureBy Wendy Protheroe, Parentline General Manager

It seems that diabetes is a word we hear lots of times nowdays – I was inspired by a mother I met recently who is working to deal with it in her family.

She and one of her kids were diagnosed with diabetes and another two kids are at high risk of developing the disease.

She was shocked to learn about the...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 09:11

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More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teachers Initiative National Conference

MATSITI conference_convenor_professor_peter_buckskin_and_keynote_speaker_corey_warriorStory and images supplied by Kerryn Tayler

The University of South Australia brought together the biggest gathering of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers and educational leaders in Australia's history for the inaugural More Aboriginal and Torres...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 09:10

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