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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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David Peachey on his start at ARL Indigenous Council

Peachey-with-BallBy Mark Graham

A few weeks ago former Cronulla Shark, South Sydney Rabbitoh, and New South Wales Representative David Peachey being appointed to the Australian Rugby League (ARL) Indigenous Council.

Now the National Indigenous Times has caught up with David Peachey himself, talking about his appointment and so much more within the game of Rugby League.

When we caught up with David...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 July 2013 20:10

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