The Hon Christopher Pyne MP - Media Items
Listed below are media items for The Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Former Minister for Ageing
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30 August 2007
A new management committee has been created to support the National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre in setting its directions and progress.
29 August 2007
28 August 2007
Have you recently seen media articles or advertisements that portray older people in a positive light? If so, why not nominate them for the 2007 Older People Speak Out (OPSO) People’s Choice Awards? The OPSO People’s Choice Awards give an opportunity to recognise items in the media that accurately depict senior Australians as leading rich and fulfilling lives.
27 August 2007
Parents are being called on by the Australian Government to talk with their children about drugs – especially the latest drug threats. An updated booklet, Talking with Your Kids about Drugs, is being mailed to all Australian households.
22 August 2007
The Government has announced that it will fund the Dementia Initiative beyond 2009.
20 August 2007
16 August 2007
The third stage of the National Drugs Campaign, which aims to prevent young people using illicit drugs, was launched on 16 August by the Minister for Ageing, Christopher Pyne, who has Australian Government responsibility for drug policy.
13 August 2007
Dementia Collaborative Research Centre, John Curtin School of Medical School, Australian National University, Canberra
09 August 2007
The Australian Government has approved up to $49.3 million over four years for drug and alcohol services in regional and remote Indigenous communities across four states.
07 August 2007
The Australian Government has welcomed the Salvation Army's decision to boost its aged care accommodation network.