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David Peachey spreads Digital TV switchover message at Corroboree

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Rugby league legend David Peachey was one of the star attractions at the Julinbah Yowarl Rainbow Corroboree held at Rocky River, Tabulam in northern New South Wales recently.

Bunjalung Elders and Wahrla-Bal custodian, Lewis Walker called the Corroboree to share traditional and contemporary culture and country with locals...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 09:59

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Dreams, Aspirations and a CREATivE CHANGE

GenOneStory by Heather Nicholls

'Dream Big' was the message that GenerationOne spokesperson and internationally renowned Didgeridoo player Jeremy Donovan shared with school students along the Australian east coast last week.

Jeremy was promoting the 2012 CREATivE CHANGE School Competition, now in its third year. Over 4,000 Australian schools from all across the country having already registered, showing their...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 09:58

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