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Kimberley Traditional Owner performs at concert

albert wigganAbout 150 protestors joined iconic Australian musician John Butler as he performed outside BHP Billiton's Melbourne headquarters in Lonsdale Street this morning to voice his opposition to the company's involvement in the proposed James Price Point gas industrial complex in Western Australia's Kimberley region.

Butler sang 'Kimberley' and 'Revolution', while Kimberley Traditional Owner Albert Wiggan also...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 13:21

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The Deadlys celebrate Indigenous excellence

deadlys hosts_casey_donovan_and_luke_carrollStory supplied by Maryann Weston

There were no surprises that NRL Bulldogs fullback Ben Barba who won the 2012 Dally M Medal scored the Deadly for NRL Player of the Year, or that Sydney Swans goal master Lewis Jetta won the AFL Player of the Year in front of a capacity crowd at the 18th Deadlys tonight at the Opera House.

In a night of...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 09:56

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