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Many Cultures - One Game

IMG 3411Port Adelaide celebrates AFL Multicultural round

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Port Adelaide Football Club (PAFC) recently celebrated The AFL Multicultural Round.

The round's theme, 'Many Cultures. One Game - Australia's Game' highlighted the community engagement initiatives currently being undertaken by the Australian football industry, as well as the many players from culturally...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 09 August 2013 11:49

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Yarrabah rocks as the big band plays

Darren-PercivalMenmuny Museum "Blow Im - The Yarrabah Brass Band Story" and brass band festival delights community members

Yarrabah's Menmuny Museum reinstated the acclaimed exhibition "Blow Im - The Yarrabah Brass Band Story" which was created in conjunction with QPAC in 2002 in time for the Yarrabah Band Festival held last month.

Curated by local woman, Elverina Johnson, a descendant...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 09 August 2013 11:37

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