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Carrie, Kaylan lead the way at Warrawong

school captainsCarrie McIntyre and Kaylan La-crosse have created a milestone by becoming the first Indigenous school leaders at Warrawong Public School near Wollongong south of Sydney.

To be elected, Carrie, 11, and Kaylan, 10, had to give a speech in front of other students at the end of last year to win the respect and votes of their peers.

Warrawong principal, Karen Hodge said her school had a high...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 May 2012 12:29

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Elders celebrate Cullunghutti declaration as sacred ground

gordon wellingtonElders from Shoalhaven Aboriginal communities are celebrating new attempts to preserve their links with the past.

A celebration is being planned following the New South Wales Government's formal recognition and protection of part of Coolangatta Mountain, now known as the Cullunghutti Aboriginal Area.

More than 100 years ago anthropologists documented the importance of Cullunghutti to the...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 May 2012 12:25

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