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Dominello signs agreement to allow NSW communities make decisions

P7 Minister and IWLDMACThe New South Wales Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Victor Dominello and the Illawarra-Wingecarribee Local Decision Making Advisory Committee have signed a Statement of Commitment at the New South WalesW Parliament, agreeing to work together to improve outcomes for Aboriginal communities.

"Illawarra-Wingecarribee is one of five Aboriginal communities selected to participate...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 08:36

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Angelika Dark a cancer survivor

P4 Angelika DarkYoung Yamatji cancer survivor, Angelika Dark is now working towards her goals of becoming a digital artist and in creating a game for people to play while in hospital.

Ms Dark is the 2014 Redkite Dare to Dream national scholarship recipient after her battling illness, undergoing extensive treatment and then continuing on with her personal goals.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 08:35

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