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Art exhibition explores a NSW town’s Aboriginal history

wellington exhibition_openingby Diana Plater, Wellington Times newspaper

An artist's curiosity about his grandfather's coverage of Aboriginal issues in his country newspaper has led to an exhibition touring the country.

Mathieu Gallois' grandfather, Ernest Moulton ran The Wellington Times in central west of New South Wales from 1944 to 1966 and as editor was a prominent conservative voice in...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 12:24

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Sharing and unity in Taree

saltwater freshwaterStory and images supplied by Paula Dowd

A sense of togetherness and unity was the shared experience on Australia Day when some 4000 people came together in Taree to celebrate the Aboriginal cultures of the Saltwater Freshwater region.

Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance Executive Officer Alison Page commented "The rain didn't dampen our spirits. The show we put on, which featured so...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 14 February 2013 16:26

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