Listed below are media items for The Hon Warren Snowdon MP, Minister for Indigenous Health
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27 June 2011
The Northern Territory towns of Alice Springs and Tennant Creek will receive $13 million for accommodation to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families affected by renal disease. The Minister for Indigenous Health, Warren Snowdon, said the new funding was the first step towards addressing some of the issues raised in the Central Australia Renal Study, issued today.
24 June 2011
A further twelve Live Longer! Healthy Community Days have been funded across the country as part of the Australian Government’s national campaign to help extend the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
24 June 2011
The Minister for Indigenous Health, Warren Snowdon, has visited the Tharawal Aboriginal Medical Service in Sydney to launch a Community Expo Day highlighting a new healthier lifestyle program called lively Djuarli. Djurali means Live Well and the Live Healthily in Dharawal program is aimed at helping people in the local community live healthier lifestyles.
23 June 2011
The Minister for Indigenous Health, Warren Snowdon has congratulated Coles for showing community leadership by implementing measures to minimise alcohol consumption in Alice Springs.
22 June 2011
Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Indigenous Affairs Minister Jenny Macklin today announced the Government’s next steps to improve the future of Indigenous Australians living in the Northern Territory.
14 June 2011
The Australian Government is funding DIY Male Health Toolboxes to be sent to men’s sheds around the country. The announcement by the Minister for Indigenous Health, Warren Snowdon, was made as he launched Men’s Health Week with Australian Men’s Shed Association Patron Tim Mathieson in Canberra.