National Talkblack 181022

National Talkblack 181022

We had:

Annie Preston-Thomas & Elijah Joseph from the Environmental Health Team at Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service, talking about the hidden dangers of the wet season. LOCALS and visitors to the Far North are being urged to protect themselves against ‘hidden’ dangers of the tropics this wet season, including mosquito, flood and soil-borne diseases.

Christine Morgan, CEO of the National Mental Health Commission, talking about the National Mental Health Commission- Connections 2022 Webinar. This year the Commission visited 37 communities nationally across Australia from George Town TAS, up to Yirkalla NT, across to Broome WA, over to Palm Island QLD and through Victoria, NSW and QLD.

Joseph Cardona, Development and Investment Manager at Screen Australia, talking about the 2022 First Nations Creator Program Recipients being announced by Instagram and Screen Australia. Ten of the top emerging First Nations social media talent are being recognised this week by Instagram and Screen Australia in the second edition of its successful First Nations Creator Program.

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