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We had:

Professor Yvette Roe, Charles Darwin University Professor in Indigenous Health, talking about maternity services redesigned for First Nations women. More than 250 representatives from First Nations communities, health services, universities and research institutes, will join together in Mparntwe (Alice Springs) to explore the scope for system-wide reform to secure the ‘best start to life’ for First Nations babies and their families.

Nic Seton, CEO, Australian Parents for Climate Action talking about how new survey reveals 95% of families want help to be more energy efficient at home as cost of living soars. Nearly 95% of Australian families have had to cut their spending on essentials such as food and heating over winter, as the cost of living skyrockets.

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