stjohnvic | 20 Dec 2016
One of many St John volunteers who received an award at Government House, Matthew Waixel of the George Horne Division recently appeared in the Whittlesea Leader. You can view the full article online here.
Christmas is a very special time of year, but unfortunately also one of the deadliest. In all the excitement and anticipation of the big day, there is a much higher potential for injury because of the unique activities we get up to at this time. In fact Christmas is statistically the worst time of the […]
With an upcoming volunteer information session in Shepparton, Kimberley and Matthew Jaskolski appeared in Shepparton News to spread the word and tell their story about being St John volunteers. The full article can be viewed online here.
A fact of life that will never change is that bacteria and viruses are everywhere around us. Some ‘bad’, some ‘good’ and some won’t affect us at all. Coughing, breathing, touching and bodily fluids can all spread these microorganisms between us and even lead to serious deadly diseases. When providing First Aid, you should think […]
One of our youth members Tanishea Holmquest received the Grand Prior’s Badge at the awards in November. News of her win spread to the Moreland Leader who published an article that can be viewed online here.
Michael Ray received an award for 12 year’s service at the Government House presentation in November. News of his win spread to the Berwick Gazette who published an article that can be viewed online here.
One of our youth members Charity White received the Commissioner’s Badge at the awards in November. News of her win spread to the Maryborough Advertiser, who published this article:
When it comes to first aid, head injuries are one of the most serious and challenging concerns to treat. Unless you see clearly visible bleeding or open wounds to the head, the brain may have sustained significant life threatening injuries. These hidden injuries can be the most concerning, as they usually don’t appear as serious […]
As recent events have shown us, asthma attacks can strike fast and to a widespread range of individuals. Even those who have never been affected before could develop asthma over their lives and experience a sudden onset for the very first time during an extreme weather condition. Melbourne is known as a global hotspot for […]