“Country is a part of our identity,” Ashleigh Munro said. The team leader of BRHS’ Aboriginal Health Unit was speaking to a gathering of
BRHS’ collection of artworks by a number of renowned local Indigenous artists has long been a feature of the health service, and a matter
Today is National Sorry Day, which is held on the 26th of May every year to remember the grief, suffering and injustice experienced by the
Babies born to Aboriginal mothers die at more than twice the rate of other Australian babies, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people experience
The retirement last year of long-serving Koori Hospital Liaison Officer Bonnie O’Shanassy marked a period of change for the Aboriginal Health Unit at BRHS.
On February 13, 2008, then Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, delivered the National Apology to Australia’s Indigenous Peoples. The Apology, as it has come to
What does January 26 mean to you? A day off? A barbecue and fireworks? A celebration of who we are as a nation?
A new confidential phone crisis line for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people has been launched for Indigenous people and families who need to
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
Today is National Sorry Day, which is held on the 26th of May every year to remember the grief, suffering and injustice experienced by
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
This week Bonnie O’Shanassy is retiring from her position as Koori Hospital Liaison Officer at Bairnsdale Regional Health Service (BRHS). Bonnie will long be