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Archibald finalist, Julie Dowling plays a role in saving the Burrup

Julie-Dowling's-Wilfred-HicksBadimia Aboriginal artist, Julie Dowling's painting of Wong-goo-tt-oo Elder, Wilfred Hicks was one of only three Western Australian finalists in the 2013 Archibald Prize, with the winner announced at the Art Gallery of NSW last week.

Ms Dowling is known for her paintings dealing with Aboriginal identity, colonial histories and racism.

She is a...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 March 2013 12:26

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Triumphant Jurrah cleared of assault

liam-jurrahFormer AFL player Liam Jurrah wants to rekindle his football career after a jury found him not guilty of brutally assaulting his cousin at a brawl last year.

After nearly eight hours of deliberations a jury of seven women and five men told the Alice Springs Supreme Court they had unanimously decided the former Melbourne Football Club player was not guilty of the crime, which carried a maximum penalty of 14...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 March 2013 12:25

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