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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.
 
2009 Women of the West Award
The University of Western Sydney invites nominations for the 2009 Women of the West and Young Women of the West awards.
 
$500,000 for classical music
The Rudd Government will provide new funding of $500,000 for elite classical music training to assist the transition to a new performance and training organisation in partnership with the University of Melbourne.
 
Enhance women’s health services
Women's health services in southwest Queensland have been boosted by the resumption of a outreach women's health service based in Charleville and Mitchell.
 
Women abandon heavy boozing
New figures show that the numbers of young Queensland women drinking heavily have been almost halved following a successful alcohol awareness initiative by the State Government.
 
Same rights to super savings
The Human Rights Commissioner, Graeme Innes AM, welcomed the passage of legislation guaranteeing equal rights to superannuation savings for Commonwealth public servants.
 
Baby Capsule Service provides ’peace of mind’
With only two weeks to go until Brisbane City Council Opposition Leader Shayne Sutton gives birth, she said Queensland Ambulance Service's baby capsule fitting service has given her real peace of mind.
 
$4.7 million boost to help problem gamblers
Communities Minister Lindy Nelson-Carr has today announced a 25 per cent boost to Gambling Help Services with over $4.7 million per annum allocated over the next three years.
 
Leader in violence prevention
One of Queensland's largest anti-violence service providers is celebrating 30 years of helping women and children affected by domestic violence to rebuild their lives.
 
Majority of ABC remain open in 2009
 
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