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Print & Flair Opening Up in the Art of the Nation

DSCN2867More than two hundred people attended the much anticipated opening of the brand new Art and Craft building for the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education, at the Desert Peoples Centre, South Stuart Highway, Alice Springs.

Minister for Central Australia and Member for Stuart, Mr Karl Hampton officiated the formal opening before a packed open air venue – the Art and Craft building has already...

 

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Edith Johnson Hostel honours work of inspirational mother

johnson familyBy National Indigenous Times reporter Rhonda Hagan

The Edith Johnson Hostel in South Brisbane was officially opened by State ALP Member for South Brisbane, Jackie Trad, who succeeded long serving former Premier Anna Bligh in the inner Brisbane seat with a significant Indigenous population, including the Tent Embassy site at Musgrave Park.

 

"I'm absolutely delighted, during NAIDOC...

 

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