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Tennant Creek’s civil construction workers

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Twelve indigenous Tennant Creek men graduated with a Certificate III in Civil Construction on Friday.

The five-month training course was the brainchild of Scott McLean, owner of Maiden Civil Pty Ltd, a construction company that has been operating in Central Australia for three years. Over that time, indigenous training has become a...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 08:16

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Nyungar youth learn traditional language

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Nyungar elder and Australian Research Council Fellow at Curtin University, Associate Professor Len Collard (pictured right) is encouraged by the growing interest shown by many young people in the South West of Australia to learn their traditional language.

Speaking in Canberra yesterday, Professor Collard noted the growing number of...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 May 2012 11:12

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