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Our Children, Our Culture, Our Way

nudgee warriorsBy National Indigenous Times reporter Rhonda Hagan

Nudgee College, Brisbane's leading Boys College, has celebrated the 25th anniversary of the National Aboriginal and Islander Children's Day with a series of cultural events.

 

Principal Daryl Hanly said Nudgee College continues it's proud history of celebrating significant cultural events throughout the year in their effort to...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 15:21

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Watarrka handback a “meaningful partnership”

watarrka handoverLuritja Traditional Owners have celebrated the handback of 1052 square kilometres of land within the Watarrka National Park by the Northern Territory Government.

The Watarrka Park Land Trust will be granted NT Park freehold title under the NT Government's Parks and Reserves (Framework for the Future) Act 2003 which will then be immediately leased back to the Northern Territory Government for 99...

 

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