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Across the farthest parts of our sunburnt country, Australian Red Cross is teaching children what they need to do in an emergency, and they’re learning fast.
Providers in the Byron and Tweed shires to workshop emergency plans with Australian Red Cross.
Australian Red Cross will host a mock disaster exercise in Darwin on Saturday to prepare emergency service volunteers for the coming wet season.
A new report finds disasters are costing us more every year. The $18.2 billion price tag is truly staggering but what of the human cost?
Ross Pinney and Lyndal Herbert were elected by the Council of the Australian Red Cross Society at the annual general meeting.
Red Cross welcomes the findings of the Royal Commission into Child Protection and Detention in the Northern Territory, and calls for immediate action to keep vulnerable children out of prison.
When a 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck on the border of Iraq and Iran, Red Crescent volunteers responded immediately.
Over 30,000 Australians suffer cardiac arrests every year. To help survival rates Red Cross is encouraging NSW Clubs to apply for the NSW Office of Sport AED grant.
Five Australian Red Cross nurses have been honoured with the Florence Nightingale Award today for their “exceptional courage and devotion to the victims of armed conflict or natural disaster.”
The 21st session of the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies General Assembly wrapped up this week in Antalya, Turkey.
Australian Red Cross has confirmed that funds from its Ebola appeal were highly unlikely to have been illegally taken – following the fraud uncovered by the International Federation of Red Cross (IFRC).
IKEA is supporting Australian Red Cross’ migrant support programs to inspire kids and give them hope for their future.
Businesses seeking better returns should invest in their employees' mental health, according to Red Cross.
It's been half a year since Cyclone Debbie crossed the north Queensland coast, and many people in the cyclone's path still carry the emotional scars.
It's terrifying enough living through a natural disaster, but what if it's all new to you, and you have no idea how to get the information you need?
Thousands are dead and millions are affected in the worst flooding to hit South Asia in decades. Red Cross and Red Crescent are on the ground helping those in need.
Land Rover Australia has donated one of the first all-new Discovery vehicles to land in the country to Australian Red Cross.
By Australian Red Cross and Melanie Leach, of Merimbula News Weekly
Young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in the NSW regional towns of Wagga Wagga and Nowra will be helped to get their P1 licence thanks to a partnership between Australian Red Cross and the NRMA.
Ahead of the summer bushfire and cyclone season, Red Cross is reminding Australians that preparing for an emergency can be simple.
Emergency responder Australian Red Cross and general insurer IAG are working together to prepare three millions Australians for an emergency by 2020.
Emergencies happen. Do something simple to make you safer.
Red Cross and Red Crescent have finally been granted permission to enter and deliver aid to the besieged community of Madaya.
Thousands of civilians are in grave danger in the final moments of the battle in eastern Aleppo.
Reconciliation begins with learning the truth about who we are. This week, Red Cross asks all Australians to be part of the next big steps in our nation's reconciliation journey.
ALDI has generously committed significant funding to help us extend our vital FoodREDi program in local communities.
Red Cross Red Crescent is outraged by the horrific attack on a SARC warehouse and an aid convoy in rural Aleppo.
Footballers trained in suicide awareness, men camping in cars to tackle violence and Indigenous aged care residents re-energised to be back on country.
What would Red Cross look like if its staff, volunteers and clients were all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples?
A new program in Queensland is welcoming newcomers and helping women connect to their community.
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