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Gunnedah’s Winanga-li centre the first of more to come

gunnedah child_care_centreConstruction will begin this month on "Winanga-li" (meaning "to hear; to listen; to know; to remember"), a multi-million dollar Aboriginal Child and Family Centre in Gunnedah, the first of nine new centres to be built throughout New South Wales.

The centre will bring together a range of family, early childhood and health services as part of a $74 million initiative aimed at...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 10:36

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Preston Campbell shows off his artistic skills in designs for Close the Gap round

titans closethegapjerseysBy National Indigenous Times reporter Rhonda Hagan

Preston Campbell is well known for his deadly Rugby League skills and now it's set in stone, well material wise anyway, that he is also a talented artist.

 

Preston's artwork is featured in the Gold Coast Jetstar Titans jerseys for this weekend's Close The Gap round against the South Sydney...

 

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