Listed below are media items for The Hon Warren Snowdon MP, Minister for Indigenous Health
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31 May 2011
On World No Tobacco Day, Minister for Indigenous Health Warren Snowdon announced a new partnership which will see 70 accommodation facilities managed by Aboriginal Hostels Limited (AHL) move to stamp out smoking.
31 May 2011
A stronger police presence in remote communities as part of the Northern Territory Emergency Response is helping to improve the wellbeing and safety of Indigenous people and communities.
27 May 2011
Funding of $880,000 has been announced for eye health testing and treatment equipment for mobile eye health teams in Western Australia, Northern Territory, South Australia and New South Wales.
26 May 2011
Australians are marking National Sorry Day in communities across the country, reflecting on the grief and trauma experienced by members of the Stolen Generations and committing to an ongoing journey of healing.
16 May 2011
Stronger and prouder involvement in parenting will be promoted among Aboriginal men at 13 organisations in a new Australian Government initiative.
16 May 2011
The Minister for Indigenous Health, Warren Snowdon, has launched a report aimed at encouraging more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to take up careers in health.
10 May 2011
The Gillard Government is delivering on our commitment to close the gap in Indigenous disadvantage with a $526.6 million boost to education, employment and health services for Indigenous Australians.
09 May 2011
Residents in regional and remote Western Australia suffering from renal failure, often caused by diabetes, will be offered a helping hand thanks to 22 new renal dialysis chairs and other important health infrastructure projects to be funded through the Gillard Government’s 2011-12 Budget.
06 May 2011
People living in Jabiru and the wider Kakadu region can look forward to better access to health care after it was announced that Blue Sun Dental (based in Parap) will receive $221,778 of funding under round five of the Australian Government’s National Rural and Remote Health Infrastructure Program.
04 May 2011
Warren Snowdon, the Minister for Indigenous Health has visited the Stagpole Street Drug and Rehabilitation Unit in Townsville to announce nearly $480,000 in new funding to the Congress Community Development Education Unit Ltd (CCDEU).