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NATIONAL FAMILY VIOLENCE SUMMIT HELD AT QT CANBERRA; 17 and 18 MARCH 2016 TARA’S WALK FOR CHANGE; PATRICK WHITE LAWNS; 19 MARCH 2016 The inaugural National Family Violence Summit (NFV Summit) will bring together the combined expertise and experience of Australia’s...
MEDIA RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE COTA (Council on the Ageing) ACT Seniors Week 12-20 March, delivering another jam packed program. ACT Seniors Week is presented by COTA ACT and proudly sponsored by Beyond Bank and the ACT Government. We expect to include over...
NQN – Summer 2015-16
What is a Radio Broadcast Community Service Announcement? Community Service Announcements (CSA) provide opportunity to create campaigns that raise important community issues as well as promote community services’ profiles and upcoming community and fundraising events....
Hi all, Please click on the link to view the NQN – Spring October 2015 Regards, Nadia Vaughn Administration Assistant PH:6269-6895...
Youth Matters took to Gungahlin College with Cadbury’s new Vegemite Chocolate to get people’s reactions. The results were interesting to say the least. Let us know what you think of the new combination in the comments...
Although located some 900 kilometres north of Canberra, Bruce Kennewell returns to the Valley FM airwaves with his “Baby-Boomer Radio Show” between 9:00 and 10:00 on Monday and Friday mornings. Bruce moved from Monash in May 2014 to take up a new life in...
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Australian Women in Agriculture gets down to business Australian Women in Agriculture (AWiA) is getting down to business at this year’s conference in Canberra from the 9th to the 11th September. Celebrating successful endeavours and discussing community...read more
An increasing number of young Australians are being struck down each year by a disease more commonly associated with the elderly. Around 150,000 Australians who have suffered a stroke are under the age of 65, a figure expected to almost triple by 2050. Experts are...read more
EASS 2016 Emerging Artist Support Scheme Award Winners Exhibition August 11 – September 4 Strathnairn Homestead Gallery One + Two OFFICIAL OPENING: AUGUST 13 4PM An immersive exhibition by four diverse artists, showcasing great success in their individual...read more
Unhealthy habits killing us slowly The Stroke Foundation is urging Australians to ditch their unhealthy habits in the wake of a new report revealing our lifestyle choices are putting us at direct risk of life-threatening chronic diseases. The Australian Institute of...read more
Hartley Hall Markets are on this Sunday 1st May. The Markets are one of Canberra’s best craft and home produce markets, located at the Hall Village Showground just north of Canberra. Come along between 10am – 3pm where you can buy so many wonderful local...read more
CONNECT24 Early intervention to support people who know they’re at risk of being violent to their partners A new approach to violence prevention for the ACT – not the complete answer, but one which: addresses a significant gap in the range of IPV service...read more
BARCAMP CANBERRA RETURNS WITH A NEW NAME BarCamp Canberra is a free, one-day event that brings together hundreds of Canberrans for a day of ad-hoc presentations and workshops on topics from technology and government to education and art. Returning to Canberra for the...read more
Australian men are taking their lives in record numbers, according to new Australian Bureau of Statistics data, and beyondblue hopes its new BeyondNow app will help reduce the suicide toll. The overall rate has increased from 10.9 suicides per 100,000 deaths in 2013...read more
Action needed to stop male suicide in ACT More action is needed to prevent men and boys in from taking their own lives, according to a new project to stop male suicide in Australia. Men and boys in the Australia Capital Territory are still three times more likely to...read more
PRESS RELEASE – International Read to Me! Day March 19th ‘It takes a village to raise a child and it takes a child to inspire a village’ Emma Mactaggart, Founder of Boogie Books and creator of International Read to ME Day, talks about why we must all support our...read more
Meet our patron
Gai Brodtmann MP
Member for Canberra
Gai Brodtmann was elected the Member for Canberra on 21 August 2010 and has extensive experience in the public, private and community sectors.
Gai ran her own small business for ten years and understands the challenges faced by small business owners. Prior to that, she was a federal public servant, primarily with Foreign Affairs and Trade and Attorney-General’s.