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State Library safeguards Stolen Generations’ survivor stories

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The recorded stories of Australian Stolen Generations survivors will be preserved for future generations with the State Library of NSW confirmed as the new custodian of the website: www.stolengenerationstestimonies.com.

The State Library of NSW has partnered with the Stolen Generations Testimonies Foundation to ensure the future life of the website, which...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 July 2012 11:34

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Wannawork working wonders

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ABORIGINAL-owned East Kimberley business Wannawork continues to grow from strength to strength, completing a major construction contract at the newly-built Garrjang Village in Kununurra.

Working alongside local builder Ecofficient Homes, Wannawork's predominately Aboriginal workforce concreted and landscaped the site and built...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 July 2012 11:33

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