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Otitis media is a significant health issue, especially for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. Some studies suggest that up to 91% of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in remote communities present with otitis media. Long term otitis media can result in hearing impairment,...
The purpose of this study is to contribute to the understanding of the post care experience of young people who leave care in terms of homelessness and risk of homelessness with specific reference to prevention of homelessness.
Our Way outlines a framework for transformational change that will occur over the next 20 years, representing a long-term commitment by government and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to work together to improve the life outcomes of vulnerable Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
The Queensland Government and Family Matters Queensland have committed to Our Way: A generational strategy for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families 2017–2037 . Changing Tracks is the first action plan created to realise this strategy.
The catastrophic fire conditions affecting NSW and Queensland have likely been aggravated by climate change.This briefing paper finds that Australia’s fire season has lengthened so substantially that it has reduced opportunities for fuel reduction burning, making it harder to prepare for worsening conditions.