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Bani and Fa’aoso - Half & Half

Jimmy Bani and Aaron Fa aosoThe last time that we all seen Jimmy Bani and Aaron Fa'aoso both together on anything was on The Straits. So you either seen them on Blu-Ray/DVD for that or you were sitting in front of the TV every week Thursday night at 8:30 watching the episodes and hanging for the next one.

Well for the people here in Cairns, plus anyone who wants to travel to Cairns you will be...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 22 August 2013 16:27

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Echo of traditions sound with a powerful new performance

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As a young girl growing up in the Torres Strait, acclaimed dancer and choreographer, Rita Pryce often wondered how her grandfather knew his way home through the rough seas when all she could see was darkness.

This connection the people of the Torres Strait have to nature, and their respect for its...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 09 August 2013 11:50

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