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National Sorry Day
The 2017 theme - Our Languages Matter - aims to emphasise and celebrate the unique and essential role that Aboriginal languages play in cultural identity, linking people to their land and water and in the transmission of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, spirituality and rites... More
People from all over Western Australia will be heading to Elizabeth Quay on Sunday 2 July to celebrate the opening of NAIDOC Week 2017.  We'll be joining the celebrations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and co-hosting a free sausage sizzle at the event with Rotary Wanneroo... More
Dads supporting dads
A number of community services in Mandurah will be celebrating Men’s Health Week with a free event on Tuesday June 13. The event will feature presenter Paul McCormack who will share his experience of anxiety and depression in order to help lift the stigma around... More
National Sorry Day
The Noongar language is the official language of the Aboriginal People of the south-west area of Western Australia. The word Noongar is the name for the original inhabitants of this area, who come from 14 different groups. The Noongar language is more than just a way to communicate, it is also integral to the identity of the Aboriginal People... More
Rebuilding after separation
Right now in the state of Western Australia there is a window of opportunity for a new approach to family and domestic violence. A change of government and the announcement of a new Minister with responsibility for Family and Domestic Violence means that a coordinated and integrated response across government agencies and community organisations... More
Connect For Mental Health
We have developed a free online mental health training tool to help the community better understand mental health, and recognise someone who may be at risk of mental health decline or contemplating suicide. It helps users understand how to reach out and talk to a person they may be worried about, how to respond to what they say, and also how to obtain further support if needed... More