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Family, friends gather in Walgett to pay homage to a loving Jimmy Little

jimmy little_funeralJimmy Little was a chart-topping musician, a charismatic entertainer and a pioneer in Indigenous health. But he wanted to be remembered simply as a "nice person who had a bit of talent and put it to good use".

Frances Peters-Little spoke of her father at a private family service at Walgett with a few eloquent words befitting his modesty.

"He believed in love, which is why he sang...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 April 2012 21:33

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Use Anzac Day to also remember the colonial wars, says Anderson

anzac marchBy National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

Aboriginal leader Michael Anderson has called on Indigenous people to march on ANZAC Day to remember those who fell in the colonial wars and massacres since invasion.

 

"I think it's time Australia accepted its history and started accepting some of the realities of its existence and it's up to us to make that happen," Mr Anderson...

 

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