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Mabo Day a huge success in Cairns

IMG 0043Cairns turned on a beautiful day to celebrate Mabo Day. What a way it was to bring an end to National Reconciliation Week. Definitely a day of celebration, but also a day of mourning as the news broke about the passing of a true icon, in Dr M. Yunupingu.

As the day was running on Ilan time, it was amazing to see the support come out from the people of Cairns supporting the marchers in the Mabo Day Parade. Locals...

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 10 June 2013 10:38

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Cairns celebrates ReconciliationWeek in North Queensland style

IMG 0053Story and photos by Mark Graham

National Reconciliation Week has been celebrated around the country last week, all culminating on Monday, with the Mabo Day Celebrations. Cairns was definitely no different. There were events that were going on around the place. There were concerts. There were launches. There were speeches. There were marches. There were a lot of activities that were going on across the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 June 2013 11:11

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