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North Queensland’s tourism industry champions Indigenous employment

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Twenty-one year old Cairns resident Dale Edmund is not just one of the welcoming faces at the award-winning Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park – she is also one of the dozens of Indigenous Australians who are forging careers in Queensland's tourism industry thanks to an Australian-first initiative.

Queensland's tourism industry has created an...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 July 2012 11:31

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Ben Vereen: Australia’s Lateral Love Ambassador

ben vereenBy Nicola Butler

Tonight after a heartfelt performance on his premiere visit to Australia, Ben Vereen signs on to the Decade of Lateral Love as our International Ambassador joining the likes of Troy Cassar-Daley and Jack Charles as we turn Lateral Violence into Lateral Love for the benefit of our children, our grandchildren and all future generations "People talk about love and it seems like a cliché but it's...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 11:15

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