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Meet Deadly Choices Officer Jess

Proud Guru-Gulu Gungandji (Green Island) and Torres Strait Islander woman Jess is one of our fantastic Deadly Choices Officers. She’s passionate about keeping mob healthy and happy. What inspired you to start work in your sector? I’ve always had a passion and interest in health, which led me to start a Degree in Biomedical Science […]

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Meet Registered Nurse Brooke

Where are you from/ What mob? My father’s father is from Saibai Island. Role at ATSICHS?  I am a full time Registered Nurse working at our Logan Clinic. Career background? I studied for three years and graduated in December 2019. I’ve worked as an AIN with a nursing agency for one year and also worked […]

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Water polo star is young, black and proud to represent her culture

As one of only a few Indigenous players in Australian water polo, fifteen-year-old Kali-yah Taafili Taoso is proud to represent her people and culture on the highest level. With gold and silver medals in both state and national competitions under her belt and after a stellar performance at the 2022 Water Polo Australia Under 20 […]

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Keep your jarjums happy with these fun holiday activities

Running out of ideas to keep your little ones occupied before they return to school? We’ve got you covered with a range of isolation friendly activities perfect for jarjums of all ages! Cosmic Kids Yoga We all know how important it is to move our body every day and yoga is a great and accessible […]

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Indigenous dancing star recognised with scholarship

Proud Kamilaroi woman Ashley George is dancing her way into success, winning a Young, Black and Proud arts scholarship. Ashley’s been dancing since she was a child, and it’s one of her great passions in life. Today she is a performer, choreographer and teacher. She’s also currently studying for ballet teaching qualifications at the Royal […]

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Aunty Pamela Mam Awards recognise outstanding staff

Recently IUIH held their network-wide Workforce Integrity Gathering over a three-week series of live stream events.  ​​​​​​A highlight of this gathering was the presentation of the Aunty Pamela Mam Awards. These awards acknowledge the hard work of staff across the IUIH network and honour Aunty Pam’s humble, caring and generous spirit. Congratulations to the three […]

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Young sports star’s scholarship success

Proud Bundjalung woman Lillielle Mahoney is kicking goals both on and off the field. We recently awarded her a sports scholarship in our 2021 round of the Young, Black and Proud program. At just 13 years of age, Lillielle has an impressive list of sports achievements under her belt. Playing for regional and state teams […]

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Deadly Kindy Refer a Friend campaign

We love our Deadly Kindy programs, and we know you do too! That’s why we’re kicking off our Refer a Friend campaign to reward our Deadly Kindy families for sharing the love! Each of our Deadly Kindys features our unique philosophy where we blend quality early childhood education and care with our existing health and […]

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Say hello to our Community Liaison Officer Wayne

Wayne is a proud Wiradjuri man and one of our fantastic Community Liaison Officers who is passionate about working with community and promoting good health amongst our mob. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I’m originally from a little town in central NSW called Gilgandra, but I’ve lived in Logan for 26 […]

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Come on down for Deadly Kindy open days

This November our three Deadly Kindy sites are opening their doors to show everyone just what makes our kindys different. These events are a great opportunity to come down and see the kindys in person, ask questions of our Early Childhood staff and also enrol your jarjum on the day with our Outreach Officer, Merisha. […]

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