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Glen Kelly stands up for the Swan Valley Nyungah Community

Glen KellyThe South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council Chief Executive Officer, Glen Kelly has declared his support for the Swan Valley Nyungah Community's battle to reclaim their land.

Mr Kelly's stand puts him at loggerheads with the Western Australian Government and Premier Colin Barnett with whom he has been negotiating the controversial $1.3 billion Native Title proposal to the Noongar...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 September 2014 08:36

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Bangarra launches regional tour to celebrate 25th anniversary

Bangarra-on-country-in-Dhalinybuy-photo-Jacob-Nash-LRBangarra Dance Theatre has embarked upon its largest ever regional tour of Australia as part of its 25th anniversary celebrations.

Following the highly acclaimed national tour of Patyegarang that was attended by more than 36,500 patrons across Australia, Bangarra will visit regional areas of Australia and spend time on...

 

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