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Gumala homeland community hosts information day for its stakeholders

IMG 0694One of Gumala Aboriginal Corporation's (Gumala) homeland communities in the Pilbara region of Western Australia hosted an official Information and Open Day for stakeholders involving government agencies, non-government organisations, Aboriginal organisations and homeland communities last week.

The key objective of the Information and Open Day, held at Wakuthuni community (located between Paraburdoo and Tom Price)

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2013 11:55

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Youth Music, Dance and Cultural Festival is STYLIN’ UP in 2013

Stylin'-Up-School-Workshops-shineStory and images supplied by Stylin' up

The Brisbane City Council and Inala Wangarra, in partnership with the Inala Stylin' Up Community Crew, presents a free youth music, dance and cultural festival held on Saturday the 25th of May at the CJ Greenfields Sports Complex on Freeman Road, Inala Stylin Up 2013.

Stylin' Up is a family orientated annual event and...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 May 2013 20:15

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