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Songs of crocodiles launched on Indigenous Literacy Day

dancingStory and images supplied by Karen Williams

A story written by a young Aboriginal boy in a remote community in the Kimberleys has inspired a composition that was sung at the Sydney Opera House on Indigenous Literacy Day.

Indigenous Literacy Day (ILD) was launched around Australia in a series of activities that include ILF Patron Thérèse Rein, Miles Franklin Award-winning author Kim Scott, His Excellency...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 22 September 2012 12:51

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TAFE Western honoured by Aboriginal Education and Training Award

TAFE megan_smithStory and images supplied by Gail Kendell

TAFE Western has been honoured for its work in Aboriginal education and training with several awards which were announced at the TAFE NSW Gili Awards.

These included the prestigious Institute Award which is presented in recognition of excellence in provision of delivery and innovative strategies to increase Aboriginal student participation...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 13 September 2012 13:02

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