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LIFE awards for suicide prevention
 
Jobseekers head for the workforce
Eight mature-age Hervey Bay women who are eager to get back into the workforce have reached a milestone in their quest with their graduation from a Queensland Government-funded employment project.
 
No more door to door trading after 6pm
Door to door trading after 6pm will be banned under new legislation to be introduced into State Parliament.
 
Falls for women, road crashes for men
About 356,000 injuries in 2004-05 were serious enough to result in hospitalisation, according to the latest report on injuries and poisoning
 
10 years of Shock Trauma Service
The Canberra Hospital's Shock Trauma Service has celebrated 10 years of service and nearly 4,000 missions and consults since its beginnings in 1998.
 
Relationships register launched
 
Red ribbon day
Qld Health Minister Stephen Robertson and his parliamentary colleagues will don red ribbons this week in Parliament in support of World Aids Day.
 
Fluoride tablets no longer necessary
Queensland Health advised parents their children would no longer need fluoride tablets with the introduction of water fluoridation in south east Queensland over the next four weeks.
 
2008 Victorian indigenous art awards
 
New approach to sexual and reproductive health
The Brumby Government will establish three new taskforces to provide high-level policy advice on work in HIV prevention, treatment and care, viral hepatitis and sexual and reproductive health.
 
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