Fairfax Regional Media has launched a new website on Friday that is aimed at helping women in rural and regional communities in Australia, as per a recent report.
The website dubbed connectpink. com. au would enable women living outside metropolitan cities to access a wide range of information at a single place.
The report has found that country people are internet savvy and have good knowledge of the same as well. Within hours of the website's launch, more than 1200 members had become a member of the new site and more were still registering.
"I'm sure ConnectPink will make it easier for isolated women to stay in touch regularly with friends and to enjoy the immediacy of contact that's intrinsic to mutual support", said Governor-General Quentin Bryce.
It has been told that nearly four million rural women would now get direct access to latest news from home as well as all across the world. Also, they would get to know about health issues and cures as well as patients of breast cancer would be largely assisted.
It is also being said that the website's association with the McGrath Foundation would prove a life-changing move as most of the breast care nurses are appointed in rural and regional Australia only.
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