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Young Navy Officers promote roles in the Defence Force

20130222ran8552832 031-convertedLateika Smith and Samuel Sheppard are proud of their heritage and their new careers in Defence. Navy Leading Seaman Smith, from Nambucca Heads in New South Wales, identifies culturally with the Gumbaynggirr Aboriginal people while Navy Petty Officer Sheppard, from Mareeba in North Queensland, identifies as a Muluridgi man.

Both young sailors have taken on new roles...

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 08 April 2013 13:56

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YMCA launches Indigenous Management Academy

DSC 0560-convertedOfficially launched March 27 at an event attended by the Honourable Victor Dominello, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, the YMCA NSW Indigenous Management Academy "will take the next step in ending Indigenous disparity by enabling Indigenous Australians to not only participate but lead and manage sport and recreation in their local community" said Phillip Hare, CEO YMCA NSW.

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Last Updated on Monday, 08 April 2013 13:55

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