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Selasa, 2 September 2014

Call to end domestic violence against women and children: Beyond Blue mental health approach ...

Call to end domestic violence against women and children: Beyond Blue mental health approach ...
 - BEYOND Blue's successful strategies in mental health will become the blueprint for a new national campaign to end Australia's “epidemic” of violence ...

Support after suicide: family members share pain and resilience

Support after suicide: family members share pain and resilience
 - Losing somebody to suicide sparks a range of emotions from shock and ... With very little close family in Australia, she found speaking to complete ...

Australian health care: where do we stand internationally?

Australian health care: where do we stand internationally?
 - But with all the talk about Australia's health system being unsustainable, ... expectancy is around ten years shorter than non-Indigenous Australians.

New research grants to prevent Indigenous youth suicide

New research grants to prevent Indigenous youth suicide
 - In 2010, suicide rates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander females aged 15–19 years were 5.9 times higher than those for non-Indigenous females ...

Student fights for minorities' rights

Student fights for minorities' rights
 - BEING called names and getting bullied led Lockridge Senior High School student James Clarke to fight for indigenous and homosexual rights.

Smartphone app tackles Indigenous youth suicide

Smartphone app tackles Indigenous youth suicide
 - Dr Toombs said Queensland had Australia's highest rate of youth suicide and Indigenous youth suicide rates were twice as high as that in the State's ...

Indigenous excellence is personal, it's individual, and it's about education

Indigenous excellence is personal, it's individual, and it's about education
 - I think this is broadly what occurs with regard to Indigenous Australians in our country today. I love finding and sharing stories and examples of ...

Volunteer Opportunity in Vanuatu for Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Islander Young People

Volunteer Opportunity in Vanuatu for Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Islander Young People
 - The Indigenous Youth Leadership Program (IYLP) is a unique and exciting opportunity for young Indigenous Australians (18 – 30 years) to enhance ...

Nearly 600000 Young Australians 'Struggle' for Employment

Nearly 600000 Young Australians 'Struggle' for Employment
 - A man walks into a Centrelink, part of the Australian government's ... be "working for an Australia free of poverty," Tony Abbott's proposed income cuts ...

Poverty report says Pacific countries must implement urgent reforms im

Poverty report says Pacific countries must implement urgent reforms im
 - Poverty report says Pacific countries must implement urgent reforms im ... And as a result of all that, the average Australian or New Zealander can ...

Group keen to restrict legal high sales

Group keen to restrict legal high sales
 - Community Action on Drugs co-ordinator Julie Herewini said synthetic highs had proved to have harmful effects on many people, non-Maori and Maori ...

Are you too old to get a mortgage?

Are you too old to get a mortgage?
 - There are no official New Zealand statistics on the average age of first ... Patten said in New Zealand people in their 30s and 40s could still get a 30 ...

Red Cross launches employment service for former refugees

Red Cross launches employment service for former refugees
 - Starting on the path to employment is a crucial part of resettling in New Zealand for people from refugee backgrounds. Employment not only improves ...

Datacom boosts profit 43% on strong NZ growth

Datacom boosts profit 43% on strong NZ growth
 - Datacom employs 3,776 people across New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia and the Philippines, providing software engineering, payroll, and IT services ...

China Connection: New brand attitudes needed

China Connection: New brand attitudes needed
 - An all-encompassing New Zealand brand, like our tourism brand, and new ... "I think a lot of people pay lip service to it [diversifying and producing ...

Miromoda show celebrates Maori culture and more

Miromoda show celebrates Maori culture and more
 - Miromoda show celebrates Maori culture and more ... and his collection questioned why 51 per cent of the prison population was Maori, when Maori ...

Institutional Racism

Institutional Racism
 - Tāmaki Makaurau candidate calls for an end to institutional racism. Tāmaki Makaurau candidate, Rangi McLean has spoken up in support of Irie Te ...

Making tertiary education more accessible to Māori

Making tertiary education more accessible to Māori
 - The Māori Party launched its tertiary education policy today at Te Huinga Tauira o Te Mana Ākonga, the national hui for the Māori Teritary Students ...

NZ failing support for threatened Pasifika languages, say linguists

NZ failing support for threatened Pasifika languages, say linguists
 - Pasifika and Māori cultural well-being is under threat through the decline of native language speakers – with some Pacific languages tipped to ...

Devoy reacts to Maori insult incidents

Devoy reacts to Maori insult incidents
 - The treatment of Maori women in stores has prompted the race relations commissioner to urge companies to train their staff to treat people with respect ...

Move over Iceland, Tavurvur in Papua New Guinea is the volcano to watch

Move over Iceland, Tavurvur in Papua New Guinea is the volcano to watch
 - In 1937, more than 500 people were killed when both Tavurvur and Vulcan, another of Rabaul's volcanoes, erupted simultaneously. The destruction ...

Investors baulk as crime runs rampant in Papua New Guinea

Investors baulk as crime runs rampant in Papua New Guinea
 - Compared with the global homicide average of seven per 100,000 people. Lae's average was 9.5 times this — second only to Guatemala City.

Government should not turn blind eye to Indonesia's treatment of West Papuans, Senator Madigan ...

Government should not turn blind eye to Indonesia's treatment of West Papuans, Senator Madigan ...
 - We're talking about people, we're talking about people's lives and I won't be ... "I have raised the issue of West Papua on numerous occasions in the ...

Australian Senator wants more pressure over Papua

Australian Senator wants more pressure over Papua
 - But Democratic Labour Party Senator John Madigan says Ms Bishop should also be talking about Indonesia's treatment of indigenous people in its ...

Gay World Cup crosses gain line with IRB support

Gay World Cup crosses gain line with IRB support
 - SYDNEY (Reuters) - Bingham Cup organisers hailed the endorsement of the International Rugby Board (IRB) as an important breakthrough in inclusiveness in sport as the seventh version of the gay World Cup got underway on Friday.