“Country is a part of our identity,” Ashleigh Munro said. The team leader of BRHS’ Aboriginal Health Unit was speaking to a gathering of
Dr Richard “Harry” Harris, SC, OAM, is an Australian anaesthetist and cave diver who played a crucial role in the Tham Luang cave rescue
Who would have known the Little Penguins of Phillip Island would be the breakout superstars of the COVID-19 lockdown? Since launching earlier this week,
In 2010, 18 year old Tyler Clementi took his own life, after being bullied and teased for being gay. He was not alone. In
This Friday, June 5, is Crazy Socks 4 Docs Day. Crazy Socks 4 Docs Day is all about raising awareness of the mental health
Every year National Reconciliation Week is celebrated between 27 May and 3 June. Those dates mark two very significant events in Australia’s journey towards
Outside of the great and terrible wars, there has perhaps never been a time that the world has leaned so heavily on our nurses,
The stark truth is that on average Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander die younger than non-Indigenous Australians. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can
Opera By The Lakes is a spectacular musical experience in a stunning setting – at Nyerimilang Heritage Park overlooking this lovely Gippsland lakes.
Many thanks to Don and Kay of the musical group Moore Fiddling Around, who donated their time and talents with a special fundraising concert
Did you know that the Dept. of Human Services is now called Services Australia? Despite the name change, you don’t need to do anything.
The residents of our aged care facility, Maddocks Gardens, are this week raising money for bushfire relief with a series of speakers and events.