Listed below are media items for The Hon Warren Snowdon MP, Former Minister for Indigenous Health, Rural and Regional Health and Regional Services Delivery
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19 February 2010
National efforts to close the gap in life expectancy between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians within a generation received a boost with the announcement of 83 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker placements across Australia.
17 February 2010
A new drug and alcohol rehabilitation service has been announced for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Cairns and surrounding regions. The new service will begin in March 2010.
17 February 2010
High profile leader Mr Tom Calma has been engaged as the inaugural National Coordinator for Tackling Indigenous Smoking.
13 February 2010
Minister for Indigenous Health Warren Snowdon teamed up with rugby league star Steve Renouf at the Indigenous All Stars game on the Gold Coast to promote free health checks for Indigenous Australians who are at risk of getting chronic disease.
12 February 2010
The Minister for Indigenous Health and Rural and Regional Health, Warren Snowdon launched a University of Adelaide initiative which aims to get more rural students into medical school.
11 February 2010
Indigenous babies will have a better chance of being born healthy and staying healthy following the announcement of Australian Government funding of $9.1 million over three years for ten new mothers and babies services.
05 February 2010
Three multi-million dollar aircraft have been added to the fleet of the Royal Flying Doctor Service.