National Talkblack 251119

National Talkblack 251119

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

Wuchopperen Health Service Ltd Samantha in the studio yarning about First Time Mums Program – Celebrating their 10th Anniversary and would love to help more mums on their journey to being the best mum they can be!

Nathan Anthony Appo – Two former Innisfail Mo Bros, Nathan Appo and Charlie Jia have been encouraging all men to join in on ‘Whatever You Grow Will Save A Bro’ this month to shine a light on understanding men’s health and encourage men to form support networks. Both men were flown to London to shoot the campaign and which is now being used across the globe!

Professor Hugh Taylor – University of Melbourne -Ophthalmologist. Australia is on track to close the gap for vision for Indigenous Australians by the end of next year, but this won’t be achieved without ongoing support for long-term solutions, according to a new report.

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We would also like to thank the Community Broadcasting Foundation and National Indigenous Australians Agency for their support here at BBM 98.7FM