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The National Rural Health Alliance Inc.

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Deakin (A.C.T.)


Number 47

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2 Partyline July 2013 PHOTO: JOHANNA WAGNER GOOD HEALTH AND WELLBEING IN RURAL AND REMOTE AUSTRALIA Ollie G from Mount Magnet is a respected speaker of Badimaya, the traditional language and name of the people from around Lake Moore, Ninghan Station and Paynes Find in WA. Badimaya is an endangered language, with only a handful of speakers remaining. Together with the Irra Wangga Language Centre in Geraldton, Ollie produces childrens books to preserve the Badimaya language. Johanna Wagners photo of Ollie won 1st prize in the Friends Photographic Competition held in conjunction with the 12th National Rural Health Conference.

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