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Anthony Blake from the Pacific Island Emergency Management Alliance, with the CRC's Vaia Smirneos.
Anthony Blake from the Pacific Island Emergency Management Alliance, with the CRC's Vaia Smirneos.
Release date
11 Sep 2015

Winner is prepared

Anthony Blake from the Pacific Island Emergency Management Alliance in Fiji was our lucky winner of a professional quality first aid kit at the annual conference in Adelaide.

Anthony was presented with the kit by Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC Communications Officer Vaia Smirneos.

Donated by RAPP Australia, the first aid kit was the CRC’s prize in the conference coupon book promotion for delegates visiting the more than 110 booths in the exhibition area.

Thanks to all delegates who visited the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC/AFAC booth during the conference week.

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