• Sports Clubs Urged To Apply For Defibrillators – Whittlesea Review

    | 14 Nov 2017

    With the final round of the Defibrillators for Sporting Clubs and Facilities Program opening sports clubs across the state are urged to apply for the life-saving devices. Read more in this article from the Whittlesea Review.

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  • Diabetes First Aid: How To Manage The Silent Illness

    | 13 Nov 2017

    Diabetes has become a global epidemic with prevalence increasing dramatically across the board. In less than four decades the number of people with diabetes has risen from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014. Currently diabetes is directly affecting 5.5% of the world’s population and many remain undiagnosed or are likely to develop […]

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  • New technology in CPR Training (QCPR)

    | 08 Nov 2017

    As Australia’s leading First Aid provider, St John Ambulance is consistently evolving to ensure we are always providing the public with the most up-to-date and effective First Aid training possible. In this day and age, technology is continually progressing to enhance all kinds of experiences and ultimately allow us to live a better life. We […]

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  • Ambo’s Work Recognised – Caulfield Glen Eira Leader

    | 07 Nov 2017

    Jack Boessler was celebrated for his unwavering devotion to strengthening community resilience through the provision of First Aid with St John Ambulance Victoria. The Caufield Glen Eira Leader recognised Jack’s contribution to the community in this article.

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  • St John Volunteer’s Governor Salute – Whitehorse Leader

    | 06 Nov 2017

    Local Burwoood youth, Patrick O’Connell, makes his community proud after being awarded the 1000 Hours Certificate for his First Aid service with St John Ambulance Victoria. The Whitehorse Leader celebrated Patrick’s award and commitment to his community in this article.  

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  • Governor Gives Brothers Awards – Maryborough Advertiser

    | 03 Nov 2017

    Local brothers, commemorated for their volunteer work with St John Ambulance Victoria Oliver, 16, and Bradley Singe, 14, received the Grand Prior Award as an accolade for their admirable commitment to St John Ambulance Victoria over the past few years. Read more on the Maryborough Advertiser. Oliver (left) and Bradley Singe (right).  

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  • Our Unsung Heroes Are Recognised With Awards – Kyabram Free Press

    | 01 Nov 2017

    Four members from Kyabram and surrounds have been recognised for their services with St John Ambulance Victoria over the years. Les Parkinson, Gail Parkinson, Ron McTaggart and Don Pickenson received awards from Governor General Linda Desseau. The Kyabram Free Press commemorated the local residents volunteer work with St John Ambulance Victoria in this article.

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  • First Aid Work Leads To High Commendation – Whittlesea Leader

    | 31 Oct 2017

    Jessica Ciccosillo has been recognised for her long-term commitment to St John Ambulance Australia after 17 honourable years of providing First Aid services as a volunteer. The Whittlesea Leader celebrated the local residents humanitarian work with St John Ambulance Victoria in this article.

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  • Recognition For Unsung Heroes Of Our Community – Campaspe News

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    Ron Taggart, Don Pickens, Les Parkinson and Gail Parkinson all received awards from Governor General Linda Dessau for their honourable efforts with the non-profit organisation. Campaspe News recognises local heroes in heartfelt piece on their contribution to St John Ambulance.

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  • Sale GP Recognised For Work With St John Ambulance – Gippsland Times & Maffra Spectator

    | 24 Oct 2017

    Local Sale GP, Iain Nicolson, received an award for his long-term commitment to a life of altruism with St John Ambulance Victoria after 27 years of volunteering for the honourable organisation. Dr Nicolson was featured for his contribution to the community in the Gippsland Times and Maffra Spectator in this article.

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