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Mallee District Aboriginal Services Not Afraid to Lead the Victorian State Government on COVID

Posted by: Charles Pakana
Published: 14 November 2021
Categories: Audio | Community

CEO of the Mallee District Aboriginal Services (MDAS), Palawa woman Jacki Turfrey, has never been afraid of doing this tough. When it comes to protecting her community in the North West of Victoria against COVID, even government guidelines were sometimes in the firing line.

Note: This interview was aired on NITV Radio as part of a relationship between Victorian Aboriginal News and NITV.

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