NACCHO Aboriginal Health Newspaper: OPPORTUNITY to promote your services and employment


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Editorial and advertising space is limited and bookings close soon

NACCHO has announced the publishing date (1 July) for 5th edition of Australia’s first national Aboriginal health newspaper, the NACCHO Health News, creating a fresh, positive, vitalised platform that for advertisers will reach your targeted audience decision makers.

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Working with Aboriginal community controlled and award-winning national newspaper the Koori Mail, NACCHO aims to bring relevant information on health services, policy and programs to key industry staff and stakeholders at the grassroots.

NACCHO will leverage the brand, coverage and award-winning production skills of the Koori Mail is produced  three times a year, with 20-28 pages to be distributed as a ‘lift-out’ in the 14,000 Koori Mail circulation, as well as an extra 1500 copies sent directly to NACCHO member organisations and stakeholders across Australia.

Our audited readership (Audit Bureau of Circulations) is 100,000 readers!

Download RATE CARD and use our online enquiry/booking system HERE

Good news stories and images wanted


We are also looking to all our affiliates, members, programs and sector stakeholders for  compelling articles, eye-catching images and commentary for inclusion in our next edition.

New in 2015

  1. NACCHO Health News will be available as a download

Our March edition is now be available as a download to your iPad, iPhone,  Android device, Mac, PC or Kindle Fire.

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  1. Employment ads for NACCHO member’s services

We now have an employment section in NACCHO Health News with member rates (see below) E.g. quarter page only $731.50 including GST

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Your advertising and editorial support means we can build this newspaper to a cost-neutral endeavor, thereby guaranteeing its future.

Download RATE CARD and use our online enquiry/booking system HERE

For further information contact:

Colin Cowell Editorial Consultant

0401 331 251

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