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Gandangara celebrates NAIDOC

IMG 6476In its 5th year the 2012 Regional NAIDOC Ball has now become an iconic celebration in Sydney's Aboriginal events calendar.

With over 600 people from across Sydney's South West in attendance the 2012 Regional NAIDOC ball patrons kicked up their heels and danced the night away to the cool sounds of The Michael Donovan Band.

"The Regional Ball is the one night of the year that our communities can come...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 July 2012 15:02

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Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council NAIDOC Awards 2012

nathan moran_&_paul_morrisMetropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council held their NAIDOC Awards for the second year running at the Redfern Community Centre on Thursday July 5.

In keeping with the national NAIDOC theme, Metro's award ceremony celebrated the 'Spirit of the Tent Embassy – 40 years on'.

The centrepiece of the night's celebrations were the Community Awards.

These...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 July 2012 15:01

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