National Talk black 010324

National Talk black 010324

On todays National Talk Black via NIRS – National Indigenous Radio Service we have:

Tanya Hall, Founder and CEO of hearts4hearts, talking about research revealing over a quarter (28%) of Australians have never heard of heart valve disease, its impact, challenges, and symptoms, yet half a million Australians are living with the condition. In honour of Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week (26 Feb – 3 Mar) hearts4heart is urging Australians to learn to recognise the disease symptoms and speak with their GP about getting their heart checked as a simple stethoscope check can help to detect the disease, resulting in earlier diagnosis and therefore reduce the risk of complications and enhance quality of life.

Gerald Quigley, Community Pharmacist, talking about World Hearing Day (Sunday 3rd March) and the new research revealing that only 2% of Australians prioritise their hearing over other health aspects. With an estimated one in four people worldwide predicted to be living with some degree of hearing loss by 20501, World Hearing Day is the ideal reminder for people to book a hearing screening. To find a local clinic and book a hearing screening today, Australians are encouraged to speak to their local health professional; and to find out more about hearing implants.

http://www.cochlear.com/

Uncle Samuel Janama Sandy, Djingili Elder and Chair of Nurrdalinji Aboriginal Corporation, talking about the Federal government handing Empire Energy $28.8m to frack the Beetaloo.

https://www.nurrdalinji.org.au/fed_govt_hands_empire…

Karen Manbulloo and Cindy Manfong, Author and Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) Publishing Editor, talking about Karens book “Moli bin git stak”. Written in Kriol and English, it is the first time an ILF picture book has had a sequel. Based on a true story, it follows the adventures of a real- life pig called Moli, who is now BIG and gets stuck.

https://shop.ilf.org.au/…/coming-soon-moli-bin-git-stak…

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