National Talkblack 190619

National Talkblack 190619

On todays National Talkblack via NIRS – NIRS – National Indigenous Radio Service we had:

Kani Thompson and Clare Brown from Apunipima Cape York Health Council yarning about the recent statistics with almost 62% of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island children in remote communities in Far North Queensland were found to be to be anaemic, in a recent study conducted by Dympna Leonard and James Cook University . Apunipima Cape York Health Council believes that more effort and resources need to be invested in prevention initiatives such as addressing food insecurity.

Edmonton Police for Whichway Yarning segment sponsored by IGA Piccones. Speaking about behavioural issues on city buses and Police responses.

Brother Trevor Peckham calling in and having a catch up with Trevor as well ?

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