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Heritage heroes are recognised in Cassowary Awards

lorraine brim_rhonda_brim_roxy_harris_allsion_halliday_CASSOWARY_AWARDS-Some of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area's most inspirational people were acknowledged at the 2012 Wet Tropics Management Authority's Cassowary Awards.

A Rainforest Aboriginal person, Deputy Principal, Queensland Public Servant and Volunteer Coordinator each received the prestigious...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 November 2012 22:56

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Mortimer hits back at critics

shane mortimerRespected Ngambri Elder, Shane Mortimer (pictured right) has hit back at Indigenous leaders who criticised his $6 million racism compensation claim against a former ACT senior academic.

Northern Territory MP Bess Nungarrayi Price said Mr Mortimer was "silly" to be offended by former University of Canberra vice-chancellor Don Aitkin's comment of him as looking "about as Aboriginal as I do" when he heard...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 November 2012 22:55

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