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Monday, 10 June 2019

FW: Hugh Jackman, Kevin Rudd and Ita Buttrose recognised in Queen's Birthday honours

 

 

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Posted on: 10 June, 2019 3:04
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Subject: Hugh Jackman, Kevin Rudd and Ita Buttrose recognised in Queen's Birthday honours

 

It recognises his eminent service to the Australia Parliament, Indigenous reconciliation, economic initiatives, policy reform and his roles as senior ...


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A non-aboriginal business has licensed the copyright on Australia's aboriginal flag, and are making ...


In 1971, the Australian indigenous artist Harold Thomas created the iconic Australian Aboriginal Flag which has since been named one of the "official ...

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Puhi Kaiti heart health warrior to speak at Third Indigenous Cardiovascular Health Conference


A Gisborne doctor, who in 2015 declared war on pre-diabetes, diabetes and ischaemic heart disease which are killing Maori at a young age, is a key ...

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Indigenous leaders hopeful bipartisan breakthrough is brewing


"There's a constant noise out there that everyone is a racist in Australia [but] at some point you have to wake up in the morning and be happy." This is ...

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AFL apologises to indigenous player Goodes, four years later


The Australian Football League and its 18 teams belatedly apologised Friday to indigenous former star player Adam Goodes for failing to deal with ...

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Bishops get insights into Indigenous health program


Members of the Bishops Commission for Relations with Aboriginal and ... told Australia's first peoples that: 'You are part of Australia and Australia is ...

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Indigenous elder Patricia O'Connor honoured with Queensland Day award


However, her community work extended a lot further and she was also involved in the unveiling of Australia's first memorial to Aboriginal and Torres ...

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That's professor to you: the Indigenous Perth women who defied the odds


They were from the same community, an area with a high Aboriginal ... for Aboriginal medical and dental health at the University of Western Australia.

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Aboriginal Medal honour an inspirational moment


An Albany police officer has been recognised among the first recipients of the inaugural Aboriginal Service Medal at Government House last week.

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Wellbeing Budget 2019 cautiously welcomed by psychiatrists



'So with recent reports demonstrating the value in providing wrap-around services to Māori, we are particularly pleased to see Whānau Ora receive ...

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The Incubator hosting Matariki exhibitions


The team at the creative hub are continuing their commitment to the recognition of Matariki as a time that not only showcases Maori New Year and ...

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Queen's Birthday Honours recognise wāhine toa


The Queen's Birthday Honours list recognises a number of wāhine Māori who have made significant contributions to addressing family wellbeing and ...

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Books for young readers reflect diverse New Zealand


New Zealand's increasingly diverse society is well reflected in books for our .... Te Kura Pounamu Award for books written completely in te reo Māori.

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Award-winning young Māori farmer Kristy Roa


The winner of the 2019 Ahuwhenua Young Maori Farmer Award is 20 ... provides stainless steel site installation to the dairy sector in New Zealand ...

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Maori Council calls on the DHB model to be abolished


Maori Council calls on the DHB model to be abolished – landmark survey finds District Health Board model fails to meet the needs of Maori – health ...

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'They have really been overshadowed' - New book recognises untold Māori contribution in WWI


As Europe marks the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, a Kiwi author and historian has released a book detailing Māori contributions at war ...

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Kaupapa Māori test best way to measure Oranga Tamariki response


Māori lawyers and researchers are calling on the government to adopt ... They say the default in Aotearoa New Zealand is to use Western and ...

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