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Title: Kids tracks
Authors: Northern Territory Department of Health and Community Services
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Northern Territory Department of Health and Community Services
Abstract: The Kids Tracks newsletter is for all NT Aboriginal child and family wellbeing service providers to network and share stories. Kids Tracks is a friendly newsletter, for all the service news and views you choose to offer. We try to keep the voice of our contributors wherever possible. Emphasis is on community level initiatives directed to giving kids a good start in life, strengthening families and communities and creating better ways of working with each other. •Cumulative Table of Contents 2006 •ISSUE 5 - AUGUST 2006 •ISSUE 4 - FEBRUARY 2006 . . .with special regional focus on the Katherine region. 2005 •ISSUE 3 - AUGUST 2005 . . .with a special regional focus on the area south of Alice Springs and across the border •ISSUE 2 - APRIL 2005 . . . with a special regional focus on NE Arnhem (Yirrkala, Galiwinku, Laynhapuy Homelands) and thematic focus on early childhood services 2004 •ISSUE 1 - NOVEMBER 2004 . . . with a special regional focus on the Barkly area
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Other Identifiers: https://hdl.handle.net/10137/7723
Type: Newsletter
Subjects: Children
Aboriginal Australian
Families
Aboriginal people
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