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Schoolkids tune in to ambulances

SJAWA0004 meekatharaStory and images: St John Ambulance

A hip hop workshop recently held in Meekatharra by St John Ambulance helped children learn about the ambulance service and when it is appropriate to call for assistance.

More than 50 school children joined St John Ambulance personnel and hip hop musician Scotty Griffith, aka Optamus Downsyde for a week to write and record a song and accompanying...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 19:09

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Burrunju Art brings cultural exchange to Canberra’s 100th

burrunju 1The diversity of the Canberra community was celebrated this week with a community day at the Burrunju Aboriginal Corporation, on the shores of Lake Burley-Griffin.

As part of the Centenary of Canberra celebrations, Burrunju Aboriginal Corporation put on a cultural exchange day to coincide with the launch of its latest Burrunju Art Exhibition.

Despite an overcast, cold and windy day, Indigenous and...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 12:26

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