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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury sculptor honours aboriginal war heroreceived his first Military Medal, his family and community joined First Nation
Sudbury sculptor honours aboriginal war hero
The Sudbury Star / Posted 22 minutes ago
received his first Military Medal, his family and community joined First Nation, military and other dignitaries on National Aboriginal Day to celebrate the unveiling of the first monument erected in Pegahmagabow's honour. The life-sized bronze... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Amazing new Stonehenge theorywas only weeks into the PhD in the English program at La Trobe University that
Amazing new Stonehenge theory
Daily Telegraph / Posted 54 minutes ago
was only weeks into the PhD in the English program at La Trobe University that I glimpsed the complexity of Australian Aboriginal elders’ knowledge, the first group of cultures I explored in depth. They memorised a vast amount of information... Read more
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Perth Now
Amazing new Stonehenge theorywas only weeks into the PhD in the English program at La Trobe University that
Amazing new Stonehenge theory
Perth Now / Posted an hour ago
was only weeks into the PhD in the English program at La Trobe University that I glimpsed the complexity of Australian Aboriginal elders’ knowledge, the first group of cultures I explored in depth. They memorised a vast amount of information... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Art of Skins exhibition revives traditional Indigenous techniqueMcGregor and Ms Briggs worked with more than 120 Indigenous artists, elders and
Art of Skins exhibition revives traditional Indigenous technique
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
McGregor and Ms Briggs worked with more than 120 Indigenous artists, elders and community members from Brisbane Aboriginal community, Gold Coast Aboriginal community, Gubbi Gubbi/Kabi Kabi community and Wiruungga Community to create the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Aboriginal show proves a beautyKiewa Valley Historical Society gains national award for its exhibition A DISP
Aboriginal show proves a beauty
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
Kiewa Valley Historical Society gains national award for its exhibition A DISPLAY about the Kiewa Valley’s Aboriginal heritage has won a volunteer museum national acclaim. The First People of the Kiewa Valley and Bogong High Plains at Mount... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Greens launch campaign in Melbourneelection.' Di Natale kicked off his speech by reiterating the Greens party pol
Greens launch campaign in Melbourne
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 hours ago
election.' Di Natale kicked off his speech by reiterating the Greens party policy to give constitutional recognition to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Di Natale also paid tribute to the 'two giants' of the Greens political movement,... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Amazing new Stonehenge theorywas only weeks into the PhD in the English program at La Trobe University that
Amazing new Stonehenge theory
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 hours ago
was only weeks into the PhD in the English program at La Trobe University that I glimpsed the complexity of Australian Aboriginal elders’ knowledge, the first group of cultures I explored in depth. They memorised a vast amount of information... Read more
3 related stories
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Cars destroyed in blaze at Aboriginal justice agencyNAAJA cars destroyed in suspicious blaze in Darwin Two cars thought to be owne
Cars destroyed in blaze at Aboriginal justice agency
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
NAAJA cars destroyed in suspicious blaze in Darwin Two cars thought to be owned by an Aboriginal justice agency have been destroyed, and another damaged, in a suspicious fire in Darwin. Two of the cars were destroyed in the blaze while another... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Dreams of new life for former WA leprosariumin Western Australia's far north. The Derby Leprosarium, called Bungarun, was
Dreams of new life for former WA leprosarium
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
in Western Australia's far north. The Derby Leprosarium, called Bungarun, was opened in 1936 when authorities realised Aboriginal people with leprosy were suffering mistreatment and malnutrition. Over the next 80 years thousands of Aboriginal... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat to host NAIDOC eventscelebration day will be held in Market Street on July 6, with a range of stalls
Ballarat to host NAIDOC events
The Courier / Posted 6 hours ago
celebration day will be held in Market Street on July 6, with a range of stalls, an Indigenous hip hop dance workshop, Aboriginal singers and dancers and a smoking ceremony led by Elder Ted Lovett. The Mullawallah Memorial Walk and smoking... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Man high on ice killed his 'gentle' aunty with a brickforming an intention to kill or cause grievous bodily harm to his aunt. Mrs To
Man high on ice killed his 'gentle' aunty with a brick
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
forming an intention to kill or cause grievous bodily harm to his aunt. Mrs Townsend was highly respected member of the Aboriginal community in Redfern. Mr and Mrs Townsend were well-known local identities and outspoken members of the St... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Traditional owners to be formally involved in managing KosciuszkoSnowy Mountains Aboriginal people to be formally involved in managing Kosciuszk
Traditional owners to be formally involved in managing Kosciuszko
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
Snowy Mountains Aboriginal people to be formally involved in managing Kosciuszko National Park The Aboriginal people of the New South Wales southern Snowy Mountains will be formally involved in the conservation of Kosciuszko National Park, after... Read more
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CBC.ca
Duelling autopsy reports confuse findings in death of woman found at bottom of laundry chuteof her death should be listed as undetermined." The original autopsy report in
Duelling autopsy reports confuse findings in death of woman found at bottom of laundry chute
CBC.ca / Posted 10 hours ago
of her death should be listed as undetermined." The original autopsy report into Machiskinic's death says the 29-year-old Aboriginal woman was too intoxicated to have been able to put herself down the laundry chute. (Courtesy of Delores... Read more
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News.com.au
Has this Australian researcher discovered the secret to Stonehenge?was only weeks into the PhD in the English program at La Trobe University that
Has this Australian researcher discovered the secret to Stonehenge?
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
was only weeks into the PhD in the English program at La Trobe University that I glimpsed the complexity of Australian Aboriginal elders’ knowledge, the first group of cultures I explored in depth. They memorised a vast amount of information... Read more
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Daily Examiner
2016 Go Art prize winnershouse’ Highly Commended: 223 Emily Murphy ‘Vase’ Section Y14 (Secondary): Acr
2016 Go Art prize winners
Daily Examiner / Posted 11 hours ago
house’ Highly Commended: 223 Emily Murphy ‘Vase’ Section Y14 (Secondary): Acrylic/Oil 1st: 244 Isaac Hegedus ‘Aboriginal dreamtime’ 2nd: 253 Kate Smith ‘Puppy Eyes’ Highly Commended: William Smith ‘Let’s Rock’ Section Y15... Read more
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Herald Sun
PM to reveal social policies at launchand maths. * $50 million to improve the digital literacy of senior Australians
PM to reveal social policies at launch
Herald Sun / Posted 11 hours ago
and maths. * $50 million to improve the digital literacy of senior Australians. * $10 million to protect and preserve Aboriginal and Torres Strait languages. Mr Turnbull will again emphasise the coalition's plan to boost jobs and economic... Read more
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Weekly Times
PM to reveal social policies at launchand maths. * $50 million to improve the digital literacy of senior Australians
PM to reveal social policies at launch
Weekly Times / Posted 11 hours ago
and maths. * $50 million to improve the digital literacy of senior Australians. * $10 million to protect and preserve Aboriginal and Torres Strait languages. Mr Turnbull will again emphasise the coalition's plan to boost jobs and economic... Read more
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News.com.au
PM to reveal social policies at launchand maths. * $50 million to improve the digital literacy of senior Australians
PM to reveal social policies at launch
News.com.au / Posted 11 hours ago
and maths. * $50 million to improve the digital literacy of senior Australians. * $10 million to protect and preserve Aboriginal and Torres Strait languages. Mr Turnbull will again emphasise the coalition's plan to boost jobs and economic... Read more
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Perth Now
PM to reveal social policies at launchand maths. * $50 million to improve the digital literacy of senior Australians
PM to reveal social policies at launch
Perth Now / Posted 12 hours ago
and maths. * $50 million to improve the digital literacy of senior Australians. * $10 million to protect and preserve Aboriginal and Torres Strait languages. Mr Turnbull will again emphasise the coalition's plan to boost jobs and economic... Read more
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The Courier Mail
PM to reveal social policies at launchand maths. * $50 million to improve the digital literacy of senior Australians
PM to reveal social policies at launch
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
and maths. * $50 million to improve the digital literacy of senior Australians. * $10 million to protect and preserve Aboriginal and Torres Strait languages. Mr Turnbull will again emphasise the coalition's plan to boost jobs and economic... Read more
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Queensland Times
Maughan the first senatorDavid still delivered bread which he purchased from Mr Alcorn. His delivery ext
Maughan the first senator
Queensland Times / Posted 12 hours ago
David still delivered bread which he purchased from Mr Alcorn. His delivery extended for Riverview to Haigslea and the Aboriginal Station at Purga. There were only two types of bread - white or brown, square of rectangular shape. Other people... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
South Australia sets an exampleis a huge market right in the city’s centre. When I first visited Adelaide in
South Australia sets an example
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 13 hours ago
is a huge market right in the city’s centre. When I first visited Adelaide in 1993, I met Mike Rann, a young, charismatic aboriginal affairs minister in South Australia’s Labor government. His party lost the election that year, but Rann later... Read more
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The China Post
Sunrise festivalAboriginal elders are seen presiding over a sunrise prayer ritual at Whirl Lan
Sunrise festival
The China Post / Posted 15 hours ago
Aboriginal elders are seen presiding over a sunrise prayer ritual at Whirl Lan Bay in the eastern county of Hualien on the morning of Saturday, June 25, to kick off the 2nd Whirl Lan Bay Sunrise Festival hosted by the Taiwan Land Development Corp.... Read more
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The China Post
Golden winnercarpet event for the 27th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei on Saturday, June 25.
Golden winner
The China Post / Posted 15 hours ago
carpet event for the 27th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei on Saturday, June 25. Peng defeated A-Mei (張惠妹, also known by her aboriginal name Kulilay Amit) to win the Best Female Mandarin Singer in one of the most hotly contested categories this year.... Read more
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The China Post
Stars light up the red carpet at 27th Golden Melody Awards in Taipeiher album "AMIT2," sported light purple hair and a gold and black glittery dres
Stars light up the red carpet at 27th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei
The China Post / Posted 15 hours ago
her album "AMIT2," sported light purple hair and a gold and black glittery dress as she hit the red carpet. "AMIT (A-mei's aboriginal name) is my double and another brand. I feel no burden playing music (as AMIT)," A-mei said. The pop diva, whose... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Why art is the window into other culturesattendance from the South Asian community). In Ottawa, check out the Capital Uk
Why art is the window into other cultures
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
attendance from the South Asian community). In Ottawa, check out the Capital Ukrainian Festival. In Toronto, if you’re not aboriginal, go to the ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival. Go to your own stuff, too – it’s fantastic to take pride in... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Where are the Eagles’ ‘06 side now?and Jeremy Goddard.” David Wirrpanda started the Wirrpanda Foundation — which
Where are the Eagles’ ‘06 side now?
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 15 hours ago
and Jeremy Goddard.” David Wirrpanda started the Wirrpanda Foundation — which aims to improve the quality of life for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians — the year before his team’s flag triumph. Former vice-captain Rowan Jones... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Where are the Eagles’ ‘06 side now?and Jeremy Goddard.” David Wirrpanda started the Wirrpanda Foundation — which
Where are the Eagles’ ‘06 side now?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 hours ago
and Jeremy Goddard.” David Wirrpanda started the Wirrpanda Foundation — which aims to improve the quality of life for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians — the year before his team’s flag triumph. The ’06 players, who shared an... Read more
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Radio Angulo
Santiago de Cuba: Honors to Dominican Republic in Caribbean Festivalthis year with the attendance of delegates from France, Germany and Australia,
Santiago de Cuba: Honors to Dominican Republic in Caribbean Festival
Radio Angulo / Posted 16 hours ago
this year with the attendance of delegates from France, Germany and Australia, from where 10 fine art creators of aboriginal ancestry will come, she said. Inaugurated in April 1981 by late writer and researcher Joel James Figarola and... Read more
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CTV News
Federal departments pass buck on border-straddling First NationsOTTAWA -- When it comes to questions about who should be helping aboriginal com
Federal departments pass buck on border-straddling First Nations
CTV News / Posted 18 hours ago
OTTAWA -- When it comes to questions about who should be helping aboriginal communities navigate the Canada-U.S. border, the Liberal government's Public Safety and Indigenous Affairs departments are pointing the finger at each other. Earlier this... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Three ways politics touched us this weekpaddling a canoe — first to mark new approvals for an urban park in Scarborough
Three ways politics touched us this week
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 21 hours ago
paddling a canoe — first to mark new approvals for an urban park in Scarborough, Ont., and later in Ottawa on National Aboriginal Day, sporting his father's buckskin jacket. It ended, however, with a dramatic warning of rough waters ahead as... Read more
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Canberra Times
More Aboriginal students finishing year 12 in CanberraNgalan Gilbert has long-held ambitions of becoming a park ranger, helping visit
More Aboriginal students finishing year 12 in Canberra
Canberra Times / Posted 21 hours ago
Ngalan Gilbert has long-held ambitions of becoming a park ranger, helping visitors understand the significance of Aboriginal culture and continuing Ngunnawal land practices. "I've been passionate about caring for the environment," he said. Dickson... Read more
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CTV News
Toronto hospital opens sweat lodge for aboriginal patientsTORONTO -- Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital has a
Toronto hospital opens sweat lodge for aboriginal patients
CTV News / Posted 22 hours ago
TORONTO -- Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital has added a unique service for its aboriginal clients -- a sweat lodge to help promote spiritual, physical and emotional healing. The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health... Read more
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The Tyee
Vancouver Island Our 11th Province? Why Stop There?Victoria was pleased to call British Columbia -- a vast territory populated by
Vancouver Island Our 11th Province? Why Stop There?
The Tyee / Posted 23 hours ago
Victoria was pleased to call British Columbia -- a vast territory populated by a few hundred British subjects, thousands of aboriginal people, and a dangerous number of Americans. They were all theoretically ruled from Victoria. British Columbia... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Confronting Homophobia within Muslim Communities – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethicsvalues than the others. I note enlightment values have only evolved and spread
Confronting Homophobia within Muslim Communities – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 hours ago
values than the others. I note enlightment values have only evolved and spread to include women, homosexuals and aboriginal peoples in the last hundred years or so in liberal western democracies. Still a long way to go in the West and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Impact Journalism Day: Global Indigenous youth taking the planet it their handsAustralian from Bunjalan country, said it was the first time she realised she h
Impact Journalism Day: Global Indigenous youth taking the planet it their hands
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
Australian from Bunjalan country, said it was the first time she realised she had a lifelong responsibility as an Aboriginal woman. "We are the ones that have looked after the land sustainably for generations, over 60,000 years and we... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Columnsvoter participation number of 69 per cent (up from 61 per cent in 2011). It was
Columns
Brandon Sun / Posted 23 hours ago
voter participation number of 69 per cent (up from 61 per cent in 2011). It was the 62 per cent turnout figure for Canada’s aboriginal peoples (living on reserves) — up substantially from 47 per cent in 2011 (and 42 per cent in 2008). NEEPAWA — A... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Increase in aboriginal votes has measurable effectvoter participation number of 69 per cent (up from 61 per cent in 2011). It was
Increase in aboriginal votes has measurable effect
Brandon Sun / Posted 23 hours ago
voter participation number of 69 per cent (up from 61 per cent in 2011). It was the 62 per cent turnout figure for Canada’s aboriginal peoples (living on reserves) — up substantially from 47 per cent in 2011 (and 42 per cent in 2008). In Manitoba,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Indigenous teens link traditional knowledge and modern science to save reefdeep generational memories of Indigenous Australians, to encourage a stronger c
Indigenous teens link traditional knowledge and modern science to save reef
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
deep generational memories of Indigenous Australians, to encourage a stronger custodianship of the Great Barrier Reef. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Marine Science (ATSIMS) program each year invites about 40 students to learn and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Aboriginal trust land development expected to create 1,200 jobsDevelopment on Aboriginal trust land hopes to create up to 1,200 jobs in Townsv
Aboriginal trust land development expected to create 1,200 jobs
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Development on Aboriginal trust land hopes to create up to 1,200 jobs in Townsville Related Story: Palm Island looks to transform image from crime hotspot to tropical paradise An Aboriginal group is planning to build a cultural and training... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Northern Queensland voters: What matters to me this electionpolicies will influence his voting preference this year. (ABC Far North: Mark R
Northern Queensland voters: What matters to me this election
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
policies will influence his voting preference this year. (ABC Far North: Mark Rigby) Menmuny Murgha is from the Aboriginal community of Yarrabah, east of Cairns and is still unsure who he will vote for in this year's federal... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Townsville community assembles to address youth crimefaith in his officers. (ABC North Queensland: Nathalie Fernbach)Call for more I
Townsville community assembles to address youth crime
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
faith in his officers. (ABC North Queensland: Nathalie Fernbach)Call for more Indigenous staff in justice system Aboriginal elder David Smallwood said jobs in the government departments and the justice system needed to be held by people... Read more
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Hamilton News
Three ways politics touched us this weekpaddling a canoe — first to mark new approvals for an urban park in Scarborough
Three ways politics touched us this week
Hamilton News / Posted yesterday
paddling a canoe — first to mark new approvals for an urban park in Scarborough, Ont., and later in Ottawa on National Aboriginal Day, sporting his father's buckskin jacket. It ended, however, with a dramatic warning of rough waters ahead as... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Gardening: Bush delicacies to grow in your own backyardof the food plants that we grow and eat originate in places other than Australi
Gardening: Bush delicacies to grow in your own backyard
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
of the food plants that we grow and eat originate in places other than Australia. But Australian native species sustained Aboriginal people for many thousands of years. It has been estimated that Australia has more than 5000 different edible plant... Read more
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Northern Star
Gardening: Bush delicacies to grow in your own backyardof the food plants that we grow and eat originate in places other than Australi
Gardening: Bush delicacies to grow in your own backyard
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
of the food plants that we grow and eat originate in places other than Australia. But Australian native species sustained Aboriginal people for many thousands of years. It has been estimated that Australia has more than 5000 different edible plant... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Gardening: Bush delicacies to grow in your own backyardof the food plants that we grow and eat originate in places other than Australi
Gardening: Bush delicacies to grow in your own backyard
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
of the food plants that we grow and eat originate in places other than Australia. But Australian native species sustained Aboriginal people for many thousands of years. It has been estimated that Australia has more than 5000 different edible plant... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Aboriginal children learning about culture through animation techniques Photo: Two students from Neerigen Brook Primary School use plastic
Aboriginal children learning about culture through animation
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
techniques Photo: Two students from Neerigen Brook Primary School use plasticine models to create their animations. (ABC News: Briana Shepherd) A grassroots community program in Perth is... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Gardening: Bush delicacies to grow in your own backyardof the food plants that we grow and eat originate in places other than Australi
Gardening: Bush delicacies to grow in your own backyard
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
of the food plants that we grow and eat originate in places other than Australia. But Australian native species sustained Aboriginal people for many thousands of years. It has been estimated that Australia has more than 5000 different edible plant... Read more
6 related stories
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Queensland Times
Gardening: Bush delicacies to grow in your own backyardof the food plants that we grow and eat originate in places other than Australi
Gardening: Bush delicacies to grow in your own backyard
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
of the food plants that we grow and eat originate in places other than Australia. But Australian native species sustained Aboriginal people for many thousands of years. It has been estimated that Australia has more than 5000 different edible plant... Read more
6 related stories
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The Morning Bulletin
Gardening: Bush delicacies to grow in your own backyardof the food plants that we grow and eat originate in places other than Australi
Gardening: Bush delicacies to grow in your own backyard
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
of the food plants that we grow and eat originate in places other than Australia. But Australian native species sustained Aboriginal people for many thousands of years. It has been estimated that Australia has more than 5000 different edible plant... Read more
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