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The Hon Greg Hunt MP
Minister for Health
A media release from The Hon Alan Tudge MP, Acting Minister for Health, announcing a $49.6 million grant opportunity for research into a range of priority health and health system issues.
The Australian Government will provide $1.2 million to help hundreds of young Aboriginal people in Victoria to lead healthier lives, with a focus on nutrition, fitness, wellbeing and mental health.
The 2018–19 Budget is guaranteeing the essential health services that Australians rely on, with a $12.4 billion increase in the Health Budget and a $414.5 billion investment in health, aged care and sport.
New movement guidelines to help parents and carers create healthy daily practices for babies and young children have been released by the Australian Government.
Transcript of Minister for Health, Greg Hunt's doorstop at the Capital Hill Child Care Centre in Canberra regarding the launch of new movement guidelines for babies and young children.
Transcript of Minister for Health, Greg Hunt's interview with David Speers on Sky News speaking about National Drowning Report 2017 and private health insurance reform.
Transcript of Minister for Health, Greg Hunt's doorstop at Parliament House, Canberra regarding the launch of the Royal Life Saving National Drowning Report 2017.
As part of Women’s Health Week, all Australian women are being encouraged to take time to think about making positive changes that can improve their health and wellbeing.
Game On Queensland grants are now available to local councils to deliver sport and recreation events and programs in the lead-up to, during and after the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The Australian Government is supporting Reclink’s national program which breaks down the barriers of isolation and inactivity among disadvantaged Australians to promote fitness, fun and social skills.
The Australian Government is taking action to inspire Australia’s young girls and women to get active — with the launch of the next phase of the Girls Make Your Move campaign.