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Brierty celebrates NAIDOC Week to recognise Indigenous initiatives

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Civil and mining contractor Brierty Limited (ASX: BYL) placed a dump truck painted by a local Aboriginal artist on prominent display outside its South Perth headquarters as part of the Company's celebrations for NAIDOC Week.

The truck, painted by Noongar artist Peter Farmer, has been on display at the front of Brierty's South Perth office and at...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 July 2012 14:04

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A celebration of a shared Reconciliation journey

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One of Australia's largest not for profit organisations, Life Without Barriers, has paid tribute to Kaurna Elder, Aunty Josie Agius, by naming the main meeting room in its South Australian head office in her honour.

Aunty Josie has worked tirelessly for Aboriginal people and communities in South Australia and has been a committed...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 July 2012 14:02

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