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Go-kart project proves the kids have talent

go kart_groupBy National Indigenous Times NSW reporter Traci Williams

For a group of young Aboriginal boys from Coraki and Box Ridge a recent project in which they built a rare electronic go-kart with the help of Wollongbar TAFE in Northern New South Wales, could soon have them back in school and on the path to further education.

 

"The idea was to give the boys something to engage them with...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 28 April 2012 10:19

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A dying shame

norma boydFollowing a string of recent stolen vehicle incidents involving Indigenous youth in south east Queensland, grieving Brisbane mother Norma Boyd has come forward to speak exclusively to the National Indigenous Times on the tragic deaths of her three sons.

In January 2006 Ms Boyd lost her eldest son Joseph Douglas Duncan Junior (18) in a stolen vehicle accident and two months later she tragically lost her two...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 April 2012 21:52

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