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How hospitals are cleaning up a 'bloody, awful mess'

Dr Gordian Fulde, Head of Emergency at St Vincent's Hospital, comments on young people caught up in the alcohol-fuelled violence in Sydney's inner-city Kings Cross. Original article

NRL players promoting social inclusion in Sydney schools

 Australian Federal Police have approached the NRL to run the social inclusion program ‘In League in Harmony’ at a Sydney high school. Original article

25 Nov 2014

Workplace policy for physical and mental wellbeing

Young and Well CRC have launched their Wellbeing policy: A Young and Well CRC guide to being safe, healthy and resilient in the workplace. Original article

25 Nov 2014

Youthy – mobile youth news

Like your news mobile? Check out ACYS's flipboard news service, Youthy, online and on your mobile, for engaging news stories about young Australians. Original article 

24 Nov 2014

Passion leads to top apprentice award

Melinda Lethbridge, who has a Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade, has won Australian Apprentice of the Year 2014. Passionate about promoting maths education and manufacturing career development, Melinda tutors primary and secondary students, as well as refugees from Burma. Original article

24 Nov 2014

Young women call on the PM to lead change on gender stereotypes

Participants in the YWCA She Speaks survey of 1600 young women, ages 15–30 in Australia have called for government funding of young women’s leadership programs. Original article

24 Nov 2014

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