Brisbane Indigenous Media Association recently hosted its first Healthy Community event at 98.9FM, as part of its Move project promoting physical activity and chronic disease prevention.   Members of Brisbane’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community were able to check out local health services and organisations that provided health screenings, physical exercise activities and health promotion information.  Visitors were also treated to free healthy tucker and free entertainment from Indigenous comics Sean Choolburra, Steven Oliver and Sam Conway.  Media personalities, Jamie Dunn and Agro also made an appearance.

To listen to some of the people interviewed on the day click on their names.

Tiga Bayles, CEO of Brisbane Indigenous Media Association talks about the Move project and event.

Cameron Johnston, from  ATSICHS, encouraged people to get regular health checks.

Peter Stoddardt and George Freeman talked about the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health and what they’re doing in chronic disease prevention.

Karen Bucholz from Diabetes Queensland promoted the Swap It, Don’t Stop It campaign.

Don’t forget to tune into 98.9FM for regular messages from our Move project.