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Gaza children to benefit from Australian initiative

Gaza children to benefit from Australian initiative

Children in Gaza who were injured or traumatised as a result of the recent conflict, will soon benefit from an Australian initiative aimed at raising funds to treat these children at two of the leading hospitals in the Middle East.

The Gaza Children’s Emergency Appeal is a joint initiative of St John Ambulance Australia and Hadassah Australia. Both organisations have long been at the forefront…

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Confronting campaign highlights importance of first aid

Confronting campaign highlights importance of first aid

St John Ambulance Western Australia has launched its new advertising campaign with a hard hitting message for people who aren’t first aid trained.

St John Ambulance CEO Tony Ahern said the confronting new ad was designed to provoke action.

“We have been highlighting the importance of learning first aid for more than a century, and while a growing number of West Australians have been…

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Rio Tinto shows its support for St John Ambulance (WA)

Rio Tinto shows its support for St John Ambulance (WA)

St John Ambulance Western Australia is poised to expand ambulance services in the Pilbara with the generous support of Rio Tinto.

St John Ambulance Chief Executive Officer Tony Ahern said Rio Tinto was making a valuable contribution to the Paraburdoo community.

"We are delighted that Rio Tinto has provided financial assistance and is promoting community engagement to develop a new St…

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St John (WA) call for common sense at Christmas and New Year

St John (WA) call for common sense at Christmas and New Year

St John Ambulance Western Australia says the key ingredient to a successful Christmas celebration this year is basic common sense, with good cheer.

Fine, pleasant weather is forecast for Christmas Day, with an anticipated maximum of 30 degrees.

St John Ambulance Metropolitan Ambulance General Manager James Sherriff said as conditions will not be extreme, people may…

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