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The contributions of rural communities are a foundation of our country’s economy and society. Through good times and bad, they don’t let us down. It's critical that our doctors, GPs, nurses and allied health practitioners take care of themselves so that they can keep our rural communities healthy.

#RuralHealthTogether is an initiative of NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) to provide rural health professionals with self-care support and access to mental health-related information, both for themselves and for their patients.

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Mental health support diaries now available in Murrumbidgee

Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network (MPHN) has released a new undated financial year diary, which is free to people in the Murrumbidgee region impacted by drought.

The diaries contain helpful information about mental health and wellbeing and are an initiative of its drought steering committee.

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Walgette IGA burnt down

Food and water appeal for the community of Walgett

The town of Walgett, in northern NSW sadly lost its only supermarket in a fire on 5 June 2019. The Supa IGA was the only supermarket in drought-stricken Walgett, with the next closest source of food and supplies over 80 kilometres away in Lightning Ridge. 

Dharriwaa Elders Group (DEG) has established a fundraising appeal for donations to fund food, groceries and drinking water for Walgett residents (Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal), to be distributed according to greatest need. 

Find out more about the appeal. 

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