Health on the agenda

In brief

A TWO-DAY health expo for seniors will be held in Armidale at the end of the month.
Active Ageing will bring together community services and organisations to offer information to senior members of the Armidale and surrounding areas.
Free information seminars will be held on 29 and 30 May, from 10am, at the Armidale City Bowling Club.

History matters
THE Armidale Family History Group’s monthly meeting will be held at the Research Centre in Kentucky Street next Tuesday at 7.30pm.
The topic for the evening will be “Bring along the problems in your too-hard basket”.
A beginners workshop will also be held at the centre next Wednesday from 2pm to 4pm.
If you are interested, contact the centre on 6772 0450.

Support the call
MEMBER for New England Barnaby Joyce has urged people living in the electorate to be involved in a new inquiry into the Child Support Program.
The inquiry, to be undertaken by the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs, will focus on how the Child Support system works, including a number of important topics like dealing with under or over payments and enforcement options for payments.
Mr Joyce invited New England Electorate people interested in filling out the survey to click on and follow the link to the survey.

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