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This Boomerang will return with a new benchmark set

DSC 0233The inaugural Boomerang Festival went off in a big way over the long weekend with over 5000 people making their way to the Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, just north of Byron Bay.

It was a weekend full of memories, catch ups, meeting new people, music, dance, culture, education and much more.

The days were absolutely awesome with no rain in sight, but with the clear beautiful days came clear freezing...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 October 2013 17:45

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Close the Gap round must be more than symbolism: KARI

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As this year's NRL 'Closing the Gap' round concludes it's an opportunity for all Australians to reflect on what is really being achieved around a 'gap' that many would say is in fact widening.

The 'Closing the Gap' round has been a regular fixture for the NRL since 2009 and has now been wholeheartedly embraced, with many of the clubs engaging in community initiatives and...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 05 September 2013 10:15

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