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Remote store workers travel to the big smoke

outback storesRemote community store workers will travel to the 'big smoke' to undertake valuable retail training with one of Australia's leading retailers as part of an initiative by Outback Stores.

Charlotte Flowers and John Mulladad from Santa Teresa were the first Outback Stores employees in Central Australia to take part in the trial held from July 25 -27 at Woolworths supermarket in Alice Springs.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 13:37

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Leaving a legacy propels agency to top state honours

winangaliAn Indigenous-owned, managed and staffed research and communications agency won the top gong at the recent Telstra Queensland Business Awards.

Winangali Pty Ltd was named the 2012 Telstra Queensland Business of the Year and also won the News Limited Micro Business Award.

Director Noel Niddrie established Winangali in 2005 because he saw a need to change the conversation with Indigenous Australians on a...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 08:42

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