National Talkblack 091220

National Talkblack 091220

We had:

Annie Wylie, Manager of Digital Content at Australia discussing how new research has found that over 50 per cent of young people living in regional, rural and remote areas of Australia are worried about their future, however when compared to their city counterparts they are less likely to seek support. For more information about ReachOut visit

Senior Constable Nicole O’Rourke and Senior Sergeant Glen De Lai from Edmonton Police with their weekly WhichWay Yarning segment talking about quad bike and road safety.

Kevin Barrow, Butterfly Foundation CEO discussing how the Butterfly Foundation is fighting to open the doors of Wandi Nerida, Australia’s first residential recovery centre for Australians with an eating disorder, located on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. The residential centre has received Federal Government funding to support the build and contribute towards the cost of operations, however urgent additional funding is now required to open the doors of Wandi Nerida. For more information on Butterfly’s Fight for Wandi Nerida campaign visit

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