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Doc Reynolds new chairman of WA tourism council

doc reynoldsNudju man and Esperance resident Ronald (Doc) Reynolds has been elected as chair of the Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators' Council (WAITOC), to replace Neville Poelina who has served his maximum four year term.

Mr Reynolds' past roles have included Esperance Shire Councillor where he held the portfolios for Regional Development for Tourism, Environment and Coastal Management, Recreation and...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 19 October 2012 11:23

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Kime says it’s time for an Indigenous Anglican Bishop

karen kime-ordingationAustralian Anglicans have been urged by Anglicare's General Manager Indigenous Services and Education Karen Kime to pay for a full time Aboriginal bishop.

She told Anglicare's conference in Hobart until the life chances of Aboriginal families and communities were equal to other Australians, having a full time Aboriginal Bishop must be a priority.

"Reconciliation is everyone's...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 19 October 2012 11:18

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