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ANZAC Day sacred, says Gladys Waters

gladys watersANZAC Day is as sacred as Good Friday to 83 year old Gladys Waters.

The wife of Australia's first Aboriginal military pilot Len Waters has attended ANZAC Day services religiously each year since her husband died in 1993.

Ill health meant she had to settle for watching the parade on television from her Brisbane home on Wednesday.

"As I was growing up Anzac Day has always been very, very...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 05 May 2012 11:28

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Rory to share with hundreds the Drumley Walk to honour Elders

drumley walkHundreds of people will take part in a trek from Beaudesert to the Gold Coast over the May Labour Day long weekend to honour Aboriginal Elders of past years.

The 70km Drumley Walk retraces the footsteps of Billy Drumley who regularly made the journey from Beaudesert to visit his younger sister on the Gold Coast in the 1930s and 40s.

But the organiser of the event, Rory O'Connor said his great grand...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 05 May 2012 11:27

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