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Osteopathic Healthcare Week

We’re eating more and moving less. We’re sitting more and standing less. We’re inside more and outside less.Other than the scary side effects of our ever increasingly sedentary lifestyles, such as diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and osteoporosis, sedentary lifestyles contribute…
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World Health Day

World Health Day 2016 This year, the World Health Organisation will focus on Diabetes with the international day marked for April 7. We want to raise awareness and increase educating everyone about Type 2 Diabetes and the steps to prevent,…
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Easter Closing

Apunipima will be closed for the Easter period from 5 pm on Thursday 24 March until 8.30 am on Tuesday 29 March.  We wish you all a safe and healthy break.
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Healthy Cook-Up in Napranum

As part of Healthy Weight Week, Apunipima and Island and Cape will hold a healthy cook-up will held on the balcony of the Napranum Clinic on Tuesday 16 Feb at 11 am. The event is one of four healthy cook-ups…
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Australia's Healthy Weight Week

Australia's Healthy Weight Week takes place from February 15 - 21 and this year's theme is encouraging people to cook at home more often. A part of this year’s campaign is the 7 Day Cooking Challenge, asking people to pledge to cook a…
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Kowanyama Resilience Week

The people of Kowanyama will come together next week for the community’s inaugural Resilience Week. The week will involve a range of activities including hunting, humpy building, a barbeque breakfast, a traditional cup murri (underground oven), a school holiday program,…
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Indigenous Marathon Project

The Indigenous Marathon Project annually selects, educates, trains and takes a group of inspirational Australian Indigenous men and women aged 18-30 to compete in the world’s biggest marathon – the New York City Marathon, held in November each year. During…
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Bernie Singleton Scholarship now Open

The 2015 Bernie Singleton Scholarship is now open. If you identify as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander from Cape York and are attending university or have a place at university you could be eligble for a scholarship worth $7,500…
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