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  • National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week

    National Sorry Day remembers and commemorates the 26 May 1997 as the date the Bringing Them Home report was tabled in Australia’s Parliament. National Reconciliation Week follows National Sorry Day and runs from 27 May to 3 June. Read more >
  • The Memory Garden

    A new series of children's books to help families deal with the death of a child were launched today by Kylie Gillies, host of Channel Seven's Morning Show.

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  • Kidney Health Week

    Kidney Health Week creates awareness about maintaining good kidney health, as well as kidney disease and its impact. Early detection of chronic kidney disease can delay the need for dialysis, thereby improving quality of life. Read more >
  • Closing the gap

    Aboriginal children with ear or hearing problems on the mid-north coast can now have surgery closer to home thanks to a new program that aims to 'close the gap' for these children. Dr John Curotta, ear, nose and throat surgeon and Head of the Ear Nose and Throat Department of the Children's Hospital at Westmead, travels to Port Macquarie to perform the surgery at Port Macquarie Base Hospital. Read more >