NACCHO too DEADLY awards updates: Nominate excellence in health promotion and Health Worker of the year

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From the best in AFL and NRL to award winning films and documentaries, the annual Deadlys® recognises the talent and achievement of Indigenous people across health,sport, music, the arts and community.

There are two awards of special interest to NACCHO members

EXCELLENCE IN HEALTH THROUGH THE PROMOTION OF HEALTHY AND SMOKE FREE LIFESTYLES

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HEALTH WORKER OF THE YEAR

NOMINATE HERE

Australia’s largest Indigenous awards night looks back on the year that was in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia and, year after year, comes up with the winners contributing on the national stage and at the grassroots in communities across Australia.

Nominations are still open for the 2013 Deadly Awards at http://www.deadlys.com.au and there’s still time to have your say on who you think is Deadly. Nominations close on 30 June 2013, with finalists announced at the official launch of Deadlys on 18 July.

The Deadlys will be held on 10 September at the Sydney Opera House in a gala event, including a Red Carpet, Sunset Ceremony and mainstage show.

“The underlying spirit of the Deadlys is always defined by what is happening within our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. This year is different to 2012 because it’s been a different year in the Indigenous arts, sports and music scene,” Executive Producer Gavin Jones says.

The Deadly Awards are now in their 19th year and enjoy significant support from the community. “We are preparing for a show that offers the highest standard of performance from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, and one which puts achievement and outstanding contribution centre stage,”

Gavin says. “One of the most enjoyable aspects for me as executive producer of the Deadlys is the opportunity to showcase our unique Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture to the wider Australian public, and also to put forward our remarkable role models – the finalists and winners in the award categories – on a national stage and honour that achievement.”

Once finalists are announced on 18 July, voting will be open to the public across the award categories. Online nominations can be lodged at http://www.deadlys.com.au The Deadly Awards are produced by the Deadly Vibe Group who also produce Vibe 3on3, Deadly Vibe, Deadly Sounds, InVibe, Move It Mob Style and Deadly TV.

You can follow all the Deadlys news in Deadly Vibe Magazine, on http://www.facebook.com/vibeaustralia, Twitter @Deadly_Vibe or subscribe to Vibe’s online publication the Deadly Vibe Wire by heading to http://www.vibe.com.au For Deadly Awards media enquiries, please call Maryann Weston at Vibe on (02) 48 228230 or email maryann@gjcvibe.com.au

Community

HEALTH*

EDUCATION*

HEALTH WORKER OF THE YEAR

EMPLOYMENT*

COMMUNITY BROADCASTER OF THE YEAR*

CULTURAL ADVANCEMENT*

SCIENTIST OR SCIENCE PROJECT OF THE YEAR*

EXCELLENCE IN HEALTH THROUGH THE PROMOTION OF HEALTHY AND SMOKE FREE LIFESTYLES*

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