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Playful Beginnings Aboriginal Corporation has won the 2012 Australian Road Safety Awards - Indigenous Road Safety category for The road, my mob and me program, announced during the national final and gala dinner held in Sydney.
The Office of Road Safety in Western Australia (WA), on behalf of the Road Safety Council, has created an educational resource to make the process of getting a driver's licence easier, and to spread the word about drink driving.
To increase access to its web resource and build the capacity of the frontline health workforce - and to assist the health workforce in 'closing the gap' in Indigenous health - the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet will deliver a program of free workshops across Western Australia (WA) over 18 months from April 2012.
More than 140 Aboriginal people have gained their drivers licence and New South Wales' (NSW) first Indigenous driving instructor, Bucky Robinson, is employed due to a free driving program provided by Adult Community Education (ACE) Community Colleges.
Indigenous children in the Macarthur region will soon learn road safety using a new workbook,&nbsp;The road, my mob and me, which was launched at the Campbelltown Bicycle and Road Safety Education Centre in February.
As part of the Stayin' strong project, Brisbane Indigenous Media Association Projects (BIMA Projects) has released a series of short podcasts about road safety and community health for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Entries are now being sought for a competition that recognises local government achievements in Indigenous community engagement, reconciliation, rural and remote health and improving services to remote communities.