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Maari Ma's Walking for COPD

COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is a long term disease of the lungs which causes shortness of breath and a repetitive cough. It is one of the leading causes of death and disease, and can be caused from cigarette smoking, passive smoking and air pollutants.

Posted on: 22-11-2016 | Category: General

Wings Drop In Centre Wins Award

An award which recognises initiatives that enhance the lives and wellbeing of children and young people has been presented to Wilcannia’s WINGS Drop In Centre.

Posted on: 09-09-2016 | Category: General

Broken Hill HIPPY Showcased

Broken Hill has been selected as one of only a few HIPPY sites in Australia to get a visit by the program’s international director and national manager.
Posted on: 06-06-2016 | Category: General

Maari Ma's Focus on Tobacco

Tuesday 31st May marks World No Tobacco Day and Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation will be joining the annual worldwide campaign to raise awareness of the health risks associated with tobacco use and to highlight its new Environmental Health Unit.
Posted on: 30-05-2016 | Category: General

White Ribbon Day 2015

White Ribbon Day on Wednesday, 25th November, will hold special significance to staff at Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation this year when it conducts an annual White Ribbon community BBQ.
Posted on: 23-11-2015 | Category: General

Cancer Information Booklet

A new booklet developed by Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation in partnership with the Far West Local Health District’s Cancer Services is now available to help Aboriginal clients successfully negotiate cancer services available in Adelaide.
Posted on: 03-11-2015 | Category: General

Early years Award 2015

The Early Years Discussion Group (EYDG) in Broken Hill has been recognised in New South Wales for making an outstanding contribution to improving opportunities for children in the Far West.

Posted on: 21-10-2015 | Category: General

Children's Week 2015

New South Wales Children’s Week 2015 begins this Saturday, October 24th and Broken Hill’s early childhood education and care sector and child & family services are working together to celebrate the week.
Posted on: 20-10-2015 | Category: General
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