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[Shining the light on Men’s Health and Well-being in Australia]

~ Men’s Health Australia ~

[ Men’s Elective Network ]

Men’ Support Services | Men’s Referral Service | Men’s Health Services | Men’s Connect Groups

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Overview – State & Territory Headings: Category & Sub Categories for Links & Phone numbers:

1/ Support Charity & Agencies- Help now : Assistance | Assault | Dad’s.

2/ Referral Govt & Professional- Access Point : Specifics | Violation | Fathers | Consultants-$.

3/ Health Men & Family- Triage Assess : Conditions | Resource.

4/ Connect Local & Regional- Male Call : Programs | Reference | Global | Female.

MAIN MENU/ Events – Various Australian Associations with Club links & Directories – & Sub Headings to State Events.

Choose your State & Territory Link from the Map:

Aust Capital Territory New South Wales Victoria Tasmania Queensland Northern Territory South Australia Western Australia

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National Breaking News | from Around the States | news.com.au – Australia’s #1 news…

TASMANIAN singer-songwriter Hugo Bladel has fond memories of his conversations with the late Nick Balcombe as an emerging performer, he was honoured to win an award from the foundation set up to continue his rich musical legacy.Friends, family, and supporters of Balcombe celebrated the awarding of this year’s Nick Balcombe Foundation grants. The foundation honours the memory of the Tasmanian musician, whose international career was just starting to take off when he tragically died in early 2014, aged 31. News page here.

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A TEENAGER spent a painful 30 hours trapped in his crashed car until he was rescued by his father who hired a helicopter to find him. When Samuel Lethbridge, 17, didn’t arrive at a friend’s home on Sunday, and when he failed to reply to messages… his family immediately feared the worst. News page here.

The Australian Father of the Year Awards aim to celebrate and acknowledge the vital role that fathers play within families, and in the wider community.

Australian Community Father of the Year: Lugarno father of five Paul Napier says he is “just an average dad”, but his family and the Australian Father’s Day Council think otherwise, Mr Napier was awarded the accolade of Australian Community Father of the Year at a ceremony for 2017 at Government House in Sydney. Read more here…

Picture: John Veage

Picture: Rohan Kelly.

2017 Father of the Year:

Former NSW Premier Mike Baird, a father of three, was the recipient of the 2017 Australian Father of the Year, in recognition of ongoing commitment to his children and to the wider community.

I absolutely took it for granted, I was on the move in my career and I didn’t take enough time to not only support my wife but to delight in the wonders of a young child,” Mr Baird said. Mike was recognised by the Shepherd Centre. “My strong advice would be to not do what I did and to take the time. If you’re thinking about taking a week off, take two; if you’re thinking about taking two, take four, or take months.

Mr Baird, who quit politics in January to spend more time with his family, said he was a “very undeserving” ­Father of the Year, but was “humbled” to receive the title. He said political life “took its toll” and it had been left to his wife Kerryn to “step up many times”.

You can read about past Award recipients here:

Victorian Father of the Year: A devoted local father of three has been honoured in Melbourne with the title of ‘Victorian Father of the Year’. The yearly awards, presented by the Father’s Day Council of Victoria and supported by the YMCA, celebrate men who “embrace fatherhood” and “inspires others.” Jason Stack – who often works 15 hours days – cares solo for his three girls, who lost their Mum in 2016 to complications relating to a suicide attempt. https://www.bay939.com.au/news/local-news © bay 93.9 Geelong..


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Queensland Father of the Year Jeremy Lange.

Selfless, hard-working and positive – that’s 32-year old mining electrician from Mackay, Jeremy Lange.

Growing up without a positive male role model, Jeremy’s passion and dedication to his twins, Lachlan and Seth – who were diagnosed with autism at two years of age – is an inspiration to all who meet him. As a young, single dad, Jeremy shouldered the responsibility of overseeing his sons’ development, which included extensive occupational and speech therapy. He’s also actively involved in Mackay’s autism community.

In 2012 Jeremy met wife Rebecca, who describes him as a ‘super dad’ and her rock. In 2016 they welcomed baby Hugh into their happy, healthy and growing family.

Queensland Regional winners for Father of the year.

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Notice: Due to unforeseen circumstances, there will not be a Father of the Year Award for 2017. Apologies for any inconvenience and we hope to be back again in 2018 to celebrate great Fathers and Father figures.

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Verse 2
Beneath our radiant Southern Cross
We’ll toil with hearts and hands;
To make this Commonwealth of ours
Renowned of all the lands;
For those who’ve come across the seas
We’ve boundless plains to share;
With courage let us all combine
To Advance Australia Fair.
In joyful strains then let us sing,
Advance Australia Fair.

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Supporting the lives of Men via the Men’s Elective Network to use the Resources available for Help, Fulfillment and Contentment in life.