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National category winners

State winners

2017 Telstra
Northern Territory Business of the Year

HiQA Geotechnical

We don’t accept being the same as every other construction materials testing company. Our aim is to always exceed industry expectations and go above and beyond to keep our clients’ projects running on time and to budget.

HiQA Geotechnical

Aged just 28, Luke Myall bought a small laboratory in a shed in Katherine with the dream of setting up a geotechnical services company. From these humble beginnings as a one-man operation nine years ago, HiQA Geotechnical has grown to 40 employees, three modern laboratories and a stellar reputation.

Now based in Darwin with NATA-accredited laboratories in Alice Springs and Katherine, HiQA delivers testing and sampling for the construction, defence and mining industries anywhere in the Northern Territory and Western Australia.

Luke says HiQA is a young company with energetic leaders and team members who are not afraid to push the boundaries. He believes that this, together with their core family values and customer-centric approach, is the key to their success.

We don’t accept being the same as every other construction materials testing company. Our aim is to always exceed industry expectations and go above and beyond to keep our clients’ projects running on time and to budget.
Luke Myall, Owner/Director

HiQA Geotechnical
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2017 Telstra
South Australian Business of the Year

GenWise Health

Traditionally, it is challenging for GPs to work in the aged care sector due to inherent inefficiencies. By building an online clinic platform, that saves time and allows for better remuneration, we're able to attract more GPs into the sector.

GenWise Health

Previously working as general practitioners (GPs) in residential aged care facilities, Dr Troye Wallett and Dr Sebastian Rees experienced challenges related to the inefficient recording of medical notes, poor communication, lack of peer support and low remuneration. As a solution, the two doctors established GenWise Health in 2014, an aged-care specific online clinic platform that is streamlined and cost-effective. The platform is designed for GPs working outside the traditional clinic environment, helping them save time, improve efficiencies, be better remunerated, and benefit from the support of a national community of fellow GPs. Dr Sebastian Rees says it quickly became apparent that the GenWise platform and systems could be applied anywhere, and they are now proud to also work with doctors who care for homeless people, disadvantaged families, and women leaving abusive relationships.

Traditionally, it is challenging for GPs to work in the aged care sector due to inherent inefficiencies. By building an online clinic platform, that saves time and allows for better remuneration, we're able to attract more GPs into the sector.
Dr Sebastian Rees, Co-Founder

GenWise Health
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2017 Telstra
Queensland Business of the Year

Family Doctors Plus

Our focus is on preventing disease, as well as treating it. We aim to empower people to optimise their health and take charge of their well-being.

Family Doctors Plus

Disillusioned with the proliferation of the five-minute medicine approach, Dr Fiona Raciti and Dr Maria Boulton started Family Doctors Plus with the goal to empower people to optimise their health and take charge of their well-being.

Community education is their number one remedy, and the family-friendly general practice holds regular events, which are proving highly popular, including puberty information sessions and school-readiness seminars.

The practice has extended to offer a Corporate Doctors Plus service, helping local businesses improve the health of their staff and reduce time lost due to illness or injury.

Recognising a need for on-site doctors in the aged care sector, Family Doctors Plus also recently established satellite clinics at two nursing homes.

Our focus is on preventing disease, as well as treating it. We aim to empower people to optimise their health and take charge of their well-being.
Dr Maria Boulton, Director

Family Doctors Plus
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2017 Telstra
New South Wales Business of the Year

MS Research Australia

Until we find a cure - and we've made incredible progress towards that - we will devote our attention to ensuring we are completely and utterly aligned with the needs of people with MS. We are at a tipping point and the finish line could potentially be in sight.

MS Research Australia

In Australia, one to two people are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) every day. This is just one reason why MS Research Australia is on a mission to accelerate research towards the prevention of MS, establish better treatments and ultimately find a cure. MS Research Australia is not only the country's largest not-for-profit organisation dedicated to funding and fostering collaboration in MS research; it is a globally recognised leader in the internationally coordinated effort to find a cure for progressive MS. With significant improvements in employment outcomes, quality of life and longevity, not to mention the staggering decrease in hospitalisations and mortality, the charity's work has transformed the entire MS landscape. CEO, Dr Matthew Miles, says the best testament to this is hearing people say: I have MS, but MS doesn't have me.

Until we find a cure - and we've made incredible progress towards that - we will devote our attention to ensuring we are completely and utterly aligned with the needs of people with MS. We are at a tipping point and the finish line could potentially be in sight.
Dr Matthew Miles, CEO

MS Research Australia
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State category winners

2017 Telstra
Northern Territory New Business Award

Tutor Me (NT)

Each individual student who makes progress, whether it be showing the correct pencil grip or mastering vertical equations, is a great milestone for us and for them. We often get parents tell us that life at home is also improving because school is now more enjoyable.

Tutor Me (NT)

Tutor Me (NT) is an educational learning centre dedicated to developing confidence and fostering the learning potential of children from Preschool to Year 8. After their own experiences and challenges sourcing tutoring for their own children, Founders, Kylie Clarke and Meagan Whitbourne, saw a gap in the market for professional, sincere and authentically driven tutoring support services. The centre brings together their 20 years’ teaching experience and business experience to help children reach their learning potential.

Kylie believes Tutor Me’s success lies in its tailored approach to individual needs. They use an assessment process to measure each child's ability, and from this they create an individual plan. For Kylie and Meagan, success lies in the positive feedback they receive from parents and students every day.

Each individual student who makes progress, whether it be showing the correct pencil grip or mastering vertical equations, is a great milestone for us and for them. We often get parents tell us that life at home is also improving because school is now more enjoyable.
Kylie Clarke, Director

Tutor Me (NT)
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2017 Telstra
South Australian New Business Award

Myriota

Australia is poised to take part in the Internet of Things revolution, where machine-to-machine communications will drastically change the way we work, live, learn and play.

Myriota

Myriota is opening the door to the Internet of Things (IoT) for Australian businesses, enabling them to benefit from remote machine-to-machine connectivity. The brainchild of Dr Alex Grant and Dr David Haley, and the culmination of three years' research with the University of South Australia, Myriota has developed a new class of satellite connectivity to provide access to small amounts of data, from any location on the planet, at a very low cost. For example, saving an outback grazier hundreds of kilometres of travel, Myriota's connectivity can remotely monitor livestock water tank levels. With Australia embarking on the IoT revolution, Myriota's founders believe its breakthrough technology will pave the way for everyone from farmers and resource companies to defence and environmental agencies.

Australia is poised to take part in the Internet of Things revolution, where machine-to-machine communications will drastically change the way we work, live, learn and play.
Tom Rayner, Business Development Executive

Myriota
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2017 Telstra
Queensland New Business Award

Family Doctors Plus

Our focus is on preventing disease, as well as treating it. We aim to empower people to optimise their health and take charge of their well-being.

Family Doctors Plus

Disillusioned with the proliferation of the five-minute medicine approach, Dr Fiona Raciti and Dr Maria Boulton started Family Doctors Plus with the goal to empower people to optimise their health and take charge of their well-being.

Community education is their number one remedy, and the family-friendly general practice holds regular events, which are proving highly popular, including puberty information sessions and school-readiness seminars.

The practice has extended to offer a Corporate Doctors Plus service, helping local businesses improve the health of their staff and reduce time lost due to illness or injury.

Recognising a need for on-site doctors in the aged care sector, Family Doctors Plus also recently established satellite clinics at two nursing homes.

Our focus is on preventing disease, as well as treating it. We aim to empower people to optimise their health and take charge of their well-being.
Dr Maria Boulton, Director

Family Doctors Plus
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2017 Telstra
New South Wales New Business Award

Over The Moo

My proudest achievement was seeing Over The Moo roll out to more than 500 Woolworths stores in March 2017. It represented the 'coming of age' for Over The Moo. It's no longer a small niche brand, but now the first independent non-dairy ice cream product to crack mainstream supermarket retail in Australia.

Over The Moo

As a lactose intolerant ice cream lover, Alexander Houseman struggled to find ice cream that ticked the boxes of catering for his requirements while also being reasonably priced, creamy and just a little bit indulgent. Seeing the huge growth of the dairy-free milk category, he took inspiration from the Asian desserts of his childhood and created dairy-free ice cream out of coconut milk. Over The Moo was born. Since inception two years ago, Over The Moo has grown its distribution network to comprise more than 400 independent supermarkets and over 500 Woolworth stores. Alexander says this exceptional growth is testament to their investment in developing an engaging brand, competitive pricing structure and products with bucketloads of flavour.

My proudest achievement was seeing Over The Moo roll out to more than 500 Woolworths stores in March 2017. It represented the 'coming of age' for Over The Moo. It's no longer a small niche brand, but now the first independent non-dairy ice cream product to crack mainstream supermarket retail in Australia.
Alexander Houseman, Founder and Head Honcho

Over The Moo
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2017 Telstra
Northern Territory Micro Business Award

Nth Degree Engineering Services

We go to the Nth Degree for our clients, in our service delivery, and to support our staff.

Nth Degree Engineering Services

Nth Degree Engineering Services is a multi-disciplinary consultancy offering services in engineering, project management, integrated management systems, business support, auditing, environmental planning and building design.

Established in 2011, the Darwin-based consultancy continues a family history of engineering spanning more than a century. Over the past six years, Nth Degree has successfully delivered landmark projects in the Northern Territory, including refurbishment of the Anzac Oval in Alice Springs and options for the repurposing of central Darwin's historic Chan Building.

The Company’s mission is to build a culture of collaboration and innovation, investing in our capability in the Northern Territory to best service our clients’ needs.

We go to the Nth Degree for our clients, in our service delivery, and to support our staff.
Andrew Neville, Founding Director

Nth Degree Engineering Services
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2017 Telstra
South Australian Micro Business Award

GenWise Health

Traditionally, it is challenging for GPs to work in the aged care sector due to inherent inefficiencies. By building an online clinic platform, that saves time and allows for better remuneration, we're able to attract more GPs into the sector.

GenWise Health

Previously working as general practitioners (GPs) in residential aged care facilities, Dr Troye Wallett and Dr Sebastian Rees experienced challenges related to the inefficient recording of medical notes, poor communication, lack of peer support and low remuneration. As a solution, the two doctors established GenWise Health in 2014, an aged-care specific online clinic platform that is streamlined and cost-effective. The platform is designed for GPs working outside the traditional clinic environment, helping them save time, improve efficiencies, be better remunerated, and benefit from the support of a national community of fellow GPs. Dr Sebastian Rees says it quickly became apparent that the GenWise platform and systems could be applied anywhere, and they are now proud to also work with doctors who care for homeless people, disadvantaged families, and women leaving abusive relationships.

Traditionally, it is challenging for GPs to work in the aged care sector due to inherent inefficiencies. By building an online clinic platform, that saves time and allows for better remuneration, we're able to attract more GPs into the sector.
Dr Sebastian Rees, Co-Founder

GenWise Health
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2017 Telstra
New South Wales Micro Business Award

gemaker

Our services bridge the valley of death between invention and business growth, by analysing the market, advising on IP and commercialisation strategy, identifying funding opportunities, promoting research-industry engagement, and providing marketing communications for our clients.

gemaker

gemaker is on a mission to help Australia's smartest people take their ideas to the world. With more than ten years experience in research commercialisation, founder Natalie Chapman knew that technology transfer was generally under-resourced in Australian research organisations.

So, in 2011, she took a leap of faith and set out to build a scalable, cost-effective team of commercialisation experts. gemaker helps researchers, inventors, start-ups and expanding businesses bring innovative products and services to global markets by connecting them to strategic partners, funding and customers. In a field where innovation is the key to success, Natalie says one of her biggest lessons is to keep moving and keep making decisions.

Our services bridge the valley of death between invention and business growth, by analysing the market, advising on IP and commercialisation strategy, identifying funding opportunities, promoting research-industry engagement, and providing marketing communications for our clients.
Natalie Chapman, Managing Director

gemaker
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2017 Telstra
Queensland Micro Business Award

Mountain Bikes Direct

Mountain Bikes Direct is our response to the shift in consumer buying habits - low overheads, great partnerships with our suppliers, streamlined systems and a focus on addressing customers' needs by being online only.

Mountain Bikes Direct

In the face of increasing competitive pressure from international online retailers, bike store owners, Michael Geale and Tim McCullough decided to transition their retail business to a pure-play e-commerce operation, called Mountain Bikes Direct.

Making it possible for riders to buy from an Australian retailer at a globally competitive price, Mountain Bikes Direct is dedicated to countering the issues customers often face when purchasing from an overseas retailer, by stocking carefully curated products backed by local warranty support and offering next day delivery for much of Australia.

In the traditionally-male mountain biking industry, the business sets itself apart by also having two female co-owners, Jen Geale and Mel McCullough, and a strong female customer base and social following.

Mountain Bikes Direct is our response to the shift in consumer buying habits - low overheads, great partnerships with our suppliers, streamlined systems and a focus on addressing customers' needs by being online only.
Jen Geale, Co-Founder

Mountain Bikes Direct
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2017 Telstra
Northern Territory Small Business Award

Northern Territory Veterinary Services

We had a real desire to bring high quality veterinary services to regional and remote NT, improve animal welfare and use our skills to build and grow a small business.

Northern Territory Veterinary Services

Northern Territory Veterinary Services provides animal care across the Northern Territory, with two full-service practices located in Katherine and Alice Springs.

Treating the likes of cattle, horses, buffalo, pigs and native wildlife alongside domestic animals, the team has established the first ever state-wide programme for providing care to animals in remote indigenous communities throughout NT and WA.

And it’s no mean feat – a round trip can entail two staff members spending two weeks and 2,000 kilometres travelling in a 4WD to treat patients that may not otherwise receive any veterinary attention.

Northern Territory Veterinary Services also provide online video consultations for communities and stations when veterinary care is urgent but distance is an issue.

We had a real desire to bring high quality veterinary services to regional and remote NT, improve animal welfare and use our skills to build and grow a small business.
Dr Sam McMahon, Owner

Northern Territory Veterinary Services
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2017 Telstra
South Australian Small Business Award

Kid Sense Child Development

We ensure the daily lives of parents, siblings and the wider family, carers, teachers, school mates and friends are all impacted positively by the improvements made in the behaviours and abilities of a single child.

Kid Sense Child Development

Whilst gaining specialist paediatric training in the US in the 90s, Joanna Buttfield started thinking about bringing America's unique professional paediatric experiences, training and observations back to Australia. Kid Sense Child Development was born in 1998 and has since become one of South Australia's primary private providers of centre-based paediatric occupational therapy and speech pathology services. Supporting children with disabilities and developmental challenges, Kid Sense's paediatric team helps children to overcome the physical, linguistic and learning frustrations that can otherwise prevent them from functioning optimally, independently and confidently in a peer setting. But the organisation's offering stretches beyond its physical facilities, with the team acting as a source of continued emotional support for the family members of its young clients.

We ensure the daily lives of parents, siblings and the wider family, carers, teachers, school mates and friends are all impacted positively by the improvements made in the behaviours and abilities of a single child.
Joanna Buttfield, Founder and Executive Director _ Clinical Operations

Kid Sense Child Development
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2017 Telstra
Queensland Small Business Award

Agri Labour Australia

Our niche recruitment and HR consultancy solves workforce problems across all agricultural employers in regional Australia. We provide this industry in need with a steady stream of casual, seasonal and permanent employees.

Agri Labour Australia

The labour shortfall in regional Australia makes it challenging for agricultural employers to attract candidates with the right skills. Born and raised in the country to parents who worked on the land, Queensland brothers, Luke and Casey Brown, were acutely aware of this struggle.

In 2010, they started Agri Labour Australia, a recruitment agency specifically tailored to Australia's agriculture industry. The brothers believe the company is set apart by their understanding of how farming projects operate, and their knowledge of the diverse and ever-changing recruitment needs of rural Australia, whether it's an 800-strong team for a seasonal project or a single skilled employee for a month.

Casey says they are especially proud of their recently launched Agri Veterans, a service to place veterans in rewarding and stable jobs in agriculture to help them transition back into civilian life.

Our niche recruitment and HR consultancy solves workforce problems across all agricultural employers in regional Australia. We provide this industry in need with a steady stream of casual, seasonal and permanent employees.
Casey Brown, Managing Director

Agri Labour Australia
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2017 Telstra
New South Wales Small Business Award

Love To Dream

Love To Dream has designed a three-stage sleep system and accompanying garments that help babies sleep better from birth to four years of age.

Love To Dream

When Hana-Lia Krawchuk gave birth to her first child, Elijah, his reluctance to sleep for more than 45 minutes at a time quickly began to take its toll on family life. Sleep-deprived and subject to Elijah's continuous crying, Hana-Lia started to question the failsafe swaddling technique she had been taught by midwives, which was proving ineffective in soothing Elijah to sleep. Believing there was a safer and more effective way to swaddle babies, Hana-Lia developed a line of garments that would allow babies to sleep safely, soundly and more comfortably, whilst allowing them to have access to their hands for self-soothing. The result has been a true sleep revolution, with Love To Dream's shaped? swaddles, sleep suits and sleep bags now among the most successful items in Australia's infant products industry.

Love To Dream has designed a three-stage sleep system and accompanying garments that help babies sleep better from birth to four years of age.
Hana-Lia Krawchuk, Director

Love To Dream
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2017 Telstra
Northern Territory Medium Business Award

HiQA Geotechnical

We don’t accept being the same as every other construction materials testing company. Our aim is to always exceed industry expectations and go above and beyond to keep our clients’ projects running on time and to budget.

HiQA Geotechnical

Aged just 28, Luke Myall bought a small laboratory in a shed in Katherine with the dream of setting up a geotechnical services company. From these humble beginnings as a one-man operation nine years ago, HiQA Geotechnical has grown to 40 employees, three modern laboratories and a stellar reputation.

Now based in Darwin with NATA-accredited laboratories in Alice Springs and Katherine, HiQA delivers testing and sampling for the construction, defence and mining industries anywhere in the Northern Territory and Western Australia.

Luke says HiQA is a young company with energetic leaders and team members who are not afraid to push the boundaries. He believes that this, together with their core family values and customer-centric approach, is the key to their success.

We don’t accept being the same as every other construction materials testing company. Our aim is to always exceed industry expectations and go above and beyond to keep our clients’ projects running on time and to budget.
Luke Myall, Owner/Director

HiQA Geotechnical
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2017 Telstra
South Australian Medium Business Award

L.V. DOHNT & CO. Pty Ltd

Our core business as a chipping contractor is providing the Southern Hemisphere with sustainable and certified wood fibre to meet the needs of an expanding population.

L.V. DOHNT & CO. Pty Ltd

Back in 1932, with the economy in the grips of a deep depression, Lawrence Victor Dohnt set up a logging company with the simple goal to provide for his family. Now a fourth generation family business, L.V. DOHNT & CO. Pty Ltd is a revered name in the forestry industry, with a reputation for providing the Southern Hemisphere with sustainable and certified wood fibre to meet the needs of an expanding population. Celebrating its 85th anniversary in 2017, L.V. DOHNT & CO. Pty Ltd has overcome its fair share of challenges, from the Ash Wednesday fires burning through 20,000 hectares of pine plantations to the devastating impact of the global financial crisis on some of its largest customers. Through sheer resilience and the support of its loyal staff, the company today stands as one of South Australia's most iconic businesses and recently entered the South Australian Family Business Hall of Fame.

Our core business as a chipping contractor is providing the Southern Hemisphere with sustainable and certified wood fibre to meet the needs of an expanding population.
Phillip Dohnt, Managing Director

L.V. DOHNT & CO. Pty Ltd
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2017 Telstra
New South Wales Medium Business Award

Prospa

Prospa solves two critical pain points for small business owners: the glacial pace at which bigger banks evaluate loan applications and their inflexibility - especially the need to provide a family home as security.

Prospa

As entrepreneurs themselves, Prospa founders Greg Moshal and Beau Bertoli know first-hand the difficulties small business owners face in accessing money to run and grow a business. Fuelled by an ambition to change the way people experience finance, Greg and Beau set up Prospa to provide fast, easy access to unsecured loans of between $5,000 and $250,000. Using an online application, coupled with smart technology to assess the health of a business and determine creditworthiness, Prospa can approve and fund loans in under one business day. In nearly five years, Prospa has delivered loans totalling more than $350 million and become the leading online lender to small businesses in Australia.

Prospa solves two critical pain points for small business owners: the glacial pace at which bigger banks evaluate loan applications and their inflexibility - especially the need to provide a family home as security.
Beau Bertoli, Joint CEO and Co-founder

Prospa
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2017 Telstra
Queensland Medium Business Award

NIOA

NIOA is able to adapt more quickly, assemble more attractive and innovative solutions, offer more intrinsic value and provide higher levels of support than our competitors in the field of arms and ammunition.

NIOA

Frustrated by the service he received as a competitive clay target shooter and hunter, Bill Nioa began exploring the possibility of establishing his own ammunition distribution business, founded on providing exceptional levels of customer support.

Starting out as just a dedicated corner of the service station he owned, the NIOA firearms outfit has now grown into the country's largest, privately owned supplier of arms, ammunition and associated accessories.

The business supplies customers across the military, law enforcement and sporting sectors, offering a wide range of high quality products from international suppliers, as well as responsive support in the way of spare parts, repairs and technical advice.

NIOA is able to adapt more quickly, assemble more attractive and innovative solutions, offer more intrinsic value and provide higher levels of support than our competitors in the field of arms and ammunition.
Robert Nioa, Managing Director

NIOA
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2017 Telstra
Northern Territory Charity Award

Riding for the Disabled in the Top End

We are always demonstrating that looking at things differently can change a life; we encourage new ways of thinking and doing in every field.

Riding for the Disabled in the Top End

Riding for the Disabled in the Top End has been riding high ever since its very first programme launched in 1990 from the backyard of a home in Humpty Doo.

Running a programme of sporting, therapeutic, educational and recreational equestrian activities designed to develop the abilities and enrich the lives of people with disabilities, its team of coaches work with more than 120 regular members throughout the Greater Darwin community.

The not-for-profit community organisation has come a long way from its humble roots and is now home to a full-size indoor riding arena, dry season outdoor arena and 20 horses.

We are always demonstrating that looking at things differently can change a life; we encourage new ways of thinking and doing in every field.
Lesley Monro, Centre Manager

Riding for the Disabled in the Top End
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2017 Telstra
New South Wales Charity Award

MS Research Australia

Until we find a cure - and we've made incredible progress towards that - we will devote our attention to ensuring we are completely and utterly aligned with the needs of people with MS. We are at a tipping point and the finish line could potentially be in sight.

MS Research Australia

In Australia, one to two people are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) every day. This is just one reason why MS Research Australia is on a mission to accelerate research towards the prevention of MS, establish better treatments and ultimately find a cure. MS Research Australia is not only the country's largest not-for-profit organisation dedicated to funding and fostering collaboration in MS research; it is a globally recognised leader in the internationally coordinated effort to find a cure for progressive MS. With significant improvements in employment outcomes, quality of life and longevity, not to mention the staggering decrease in hospitalisations and mortality, the charity's work has transformed the entire MS landscape. CEO, Dr Matthew Miles, says the best testament to this is hearing people say: I have MS, but MS doesn't have me.

Until we find a cure - and we've made incredible progress towards that - we will devote our attention to ensuring we are completely and utterly aligned with the needs of people with MS. We are at a tipping point and the finish line could potentially be in sight.
Dr Matthew Miles, CEO

MS Research Australia
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2017 Telstra
Queensland Charity Award

Youngcare

Our vision is a future where all young people, regardless of their care needs, have the freedom to choose where they live, who they live with and how they live their lives.

Youngcare

Youngcare is fighting for freedom of choice for young people with high care needs and their loved ones. Right now, there are simply too many young people in Australia being left behind, living in inappropriate and unacceptable housing.

These young people deserve the freedom to choose where they live, who they live with and how they live their lives. Together with the support of the community and corporates, Youngcare is boldly tackling this national issue to bring much-needed change to the disability housing sector.

Through developing premium, age-appropriate housing solutions, access to grants and running a national support line, since launching in 2005, Youngcare has enabled 689 young people with high care needs to exit or avoid admission into inappropriate housing.

Our vision is a future where all young people, regardless of their care needs, have the freedom to choose where they live, who they live with and how they live their lives.
Anthony Ryan, CEO

Youngcare
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Winners are announced progressively around the country & will be published shortly. Please check again soon.

Winners are announced progressively around the country & will be published shortly. Please check again soon.

Winners are announced progressively around the country & will be published shortly. Please check again soon.

Winners are announced progressively around the country & will be published shortly. Please check again soon.

Winners are announced progressively around the country & will be published shortly. Please check again soon.

Winners are announced progressively around the country & will be published shortly. Please check again soon.

Winners are announced progressively around the country & will be published shortly. Please check again soon.