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Townsville opens its arms to Mabo Day celebrations

desai, eddie_and_aunty_bonita_mabo"Aunty Bonita Mabo overwhelmed by goodwill, support for Mabo Day"

By National Indigenous Times Editor Stephen Hagan

As if on cue after two weeks of non-stop rain in Townsville the clouds disappeared and the mid-morning sun shone brightly to warm the souls of the 400 plus crowd who walked from Anzac Park to the Esplanade on Sunday in remembrance of Eddie...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 June 2012 10:21

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James Cook University honours Eddie “Koiki” Mabo

dancersMabo the gardener used University's library to plot Native Title challenge

By National Indigenous Times Editor Stephen Hagan

Bindal Elder, Alfred "Bimbo" Smallwood walked through a crowd of a couple of hundred people who attended the festivities at James Cook University on Sunday to celebrate Mabo Day.

Mr Smallwood was there along with hundreds of others to attend a special event on a special day -

 

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