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Aboriginal Women Create Mindfulness App in Language

Teaming up with the producers behind mindfulness app Smiling Mind, women from Central Australia's NPY Women's Council have helped create recorded meditations in Kriol, Ngaanyatjarra and Pitjantjiatjara languages to bring outback meditation to the world. The aim is to help combat mental health and trauma issues in Aboriginal communities, particularly among young people.

December 12th, 2018 5 minutes read

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Recognising the NT’s carer friendly businesses

Three Territory businesses have been recognised in a formal Award ceremony tonight at Parliament House for their help and understanding of the needs of carers in the Northern Territory.

October 10th, 2018 6 minutes read

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Community Benefit Fund keeps carers on the move

Carers NT is pleased to unveil two new Toyota HiAce 12 seater buses the organisation secured through a major grant from the Northern Territory Government Community Benefit Fund.

August 8th, 2018 6 minutes read

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Young carers recognised in Achievement Awards

Carers NT Chief Executive Officer Steve Vitone has congratulated all finalists in the NT Government Young Carers category of the Territory’s Young Achiever Awards, saying that in his eyes they are all winners for the contribution they make towards their families and the community.

April 4th, 2018 7 minutes read

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Northern Territory carers overlooked in new Concession Scheme

The peak membership body for unpaid carers in the Northern Territory is disappointed with the Government’s release today of an overhauled concession scheme for pensioners, concession holders and carers in the Northern Territory.

November 11th, 2017 6 minutes read

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Carer friendly businesses go above and beyond the call of duty

Three Territory businesses have been recognised in a formal Award ceremony for their help and understanding of the needs of carers in the Northern Territory.

October 10th, 2017 6 minutes read

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