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Lilly off to Cambridge University

lilly brown_profileby Kimberley Benjamin

The towering buildings of Cambridge is far from the small home city of Perth for Lilly Brown who soon will become the first Indigenous Australian student to attend Cambridge University in England.

 

Ms Brown, a successful candidate of the Charlie Perkins Scholarship, applied for both Oxford and Cambridge Universities in December...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 09:56

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Cowra launches its Tent Embassy

erambie tent_embassy_groupBy National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

Aboriginal Australia's newest Tent Embassy was established last Sunday by the Wiradjuri people of Erambie Mission in Cowra in central west New South Wales with the lighting of a sacred fire by four men following in the footsteps of the four proud young Aborigines who faced down Prime Minister William McMahon 40 years ago when...

 

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