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We had:

Anne Mitchell, Deputy Chairperson Jamukurnu-Yapalikurnu Aboriginal Corporation, talking about new on-Country school facility helps Martu students thrive close to home. Martu students from remote communities will have greater access to secondary schooling and vocational programs after the opening of a new residential facility for students in Newman, Western Australia.

Mark Koolmatrie, CEO Kool Tours. talking about hiking app showcasing First Nations language and culture launches in South Australia. Traditional Owners in South Australia have worked alongside the South Australian Government to create an app showcasing Indigenous language and culture on the state’s newest multi-day walk.

Dr Jo Durham, Researcher at the Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation Australia, talking about two Australian organisations share in more than $1 million in funding to support local projects aimed at ending the HIV epidemic. Gilead Sciences Australia today proudly announced. Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and the National Association of People Living with HIV Australia (NAPWHA), have been awarded a combined AUD $1.04 million to support their respective local efforts in ending the HIV epidemic.

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