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We had:

Mike Motta from Novalent discussing an innovative hand sanitiser that promises 24 hours protection against COVID-19. Novalent has developed and engineered a ground-breaking, environmentally-friendly molecule to help combat COVID-19. The molecule provides residual protection against bacteria on surfaces, making it the safest, longest-lasting protection for Australian families.

Anthea Spinks, Programs Director for Oxfam Australia discussing how the Federal Government’s COVID-19 Development Response plans a postive start, but lasting impacts need more focus.

Senior Constable Nicole O’Rourke from Edmonton Police with their weekly WhichWay Yarning segment talking about domestic violence. Unfortunately domestic violence exists within our community and the effect and impacts are long lasting for all of those involved. On a family level, the one perpetrating DV, the victim and children present all suffer and this also impacts our community.

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