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Kimberley rangers rock art course

Business - Kimberley rock artA hands-on rock art conservation course coordinated by the Department of Parks and Wildlife has provided Kimberley Aboriginal groups with invaluable skills in art site protection and conservation.

Projects and policy officer Jo Erskine said five traditional owner groups participated in the course, which focused on techniques for protecting art from damaging...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 07:58

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Indigenous jobseekers are culinary rising stars

BusinessSixteen young Indigenous jobseekers graduated from the Warrigal pre-employment programme which was an initiative of Compass Group Australia, Westpac, Jobfind and the David Liddiard Group, to begin careers in hospitality.

The recently completed three-week pre-employment programme prepared participants for apprenticeships as chefs, and hospitality traineeships, with the Compass Group catering venues at Taronga...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 05:54

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