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Chance to Recognise Work on World Rivers Day

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The Western Catchment Management Authority (CMA) has acknowledged the work of landholders who are protecting local waterways, in recognition of World Rivers Day, this Sunday, 30 September.

Andrew and Lorraine Lewis of Springvale Station, north of Bourke, are among hundreds of landholders who are actively working to improve waterways throughout the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 13:28

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Make Art Make Change

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Supported by Arts NSW and Health NSW, and in partnership with Gadigal Information Services, Information and Cultural Exchange Inc I.C.E. are leading a statewide project aimed at creatively raising drug and alcohol awareness for Koori youth in New South Wales.

I.C.E. is calling out for up and coming Aboriginal and...

 

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