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Juniors focus on marine relics

STUDENTS SURVEY SHELL MIDDEN MILINGIMBI 2012Story and images supplied by Martin Bennett

Photographs of Milingimbi's maritime heritage, taken by local Indigenous schoolchildren, will be sent to a national competition.

A shell midden at the island community - about 400 kilometres from Darwin - was used to illustrate archaeological techniques to the children during a...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 30 September 2012 09:43

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Students “shine” as Beat Festival begins

Yirrnga (drummer) and Matiti YunupinguStory and images supplied by Georgia McCabe

Some of the Territory's most talented young performers took part in the biggest performing arts showcase "Shine".

A record number of students participated in three nights of spectacular performances for this year's Beat Festival,now in its 33rd year.

Andy Mison, Principal NT Music School...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 30 September 2012 09:42

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