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Public Holiday Closure

Public Holiday Closure All Apunipima's offices and facilities will be closed on Friday January 26th. Normal opening hours will resume on Monday January 29.
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Staff Stories - A Yarn with Josh Mene

A Passion for Community & Sport We sat down with Tackling Indigenous Smoking Health Worker, Josh Mene to have a yarn about his goals for 2018. At first, Josh was a little surprised that we wanted to speak with him…
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Vaccinations Keep You Healthy

Vaccinations Keep You Healthy. It's a simple message. Immunisations (some people call them, shots, or needles, or vaccinations) are an important part of protecting you against illness and staying healthy. Like eating healthy food and exercising, vaccines play a vital role…
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Staff Stories - Meet the Apunipima Team

2018 Will be a Defining Year for Jaydah Apunipima’s Receptionist from our Cairns office, Jaydah Savage, has some big plans for 2018.  They aren’t New Year’s Resolutions, they are more like goals and ambitions for the year ahead. Jaydah has…
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All-Stars Basketball Clash is a Win for Indigenous Health

The Apunipima Australian Indigenous All-Stars scored a win for Indigenous Health during the recent Trans-Tasman Clash. Both the men’s and women’s all-star teams spent their time off the court promoting Apunipima’s healthy lifestyle campaigns, “Don’t Make Smokes Your Story” and…
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Diabetes in Pregnancy Partnership

The Diabetes in Pregnancy (DIP) Partnership Project is a partnership between researchers, health care providers and policy organisations across the Northern Territory and Far North Queensland.  The DIP Partnership Project started in the NT in 2011 and is led by…
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White Ribbon Day

Apunipima held a number of events to mark White Ribbon Day. The events were held across Cairns and the Cape. At each event Apunipima staff made The White Ribbon Pledge to ‘stand up, speak out and act to prevent violence…
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