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Yothu Yindi receives the tribute at Arias they so richly deserve

yothu yindi_awardPaul Kelly and Peter Garrett have inducted Aboriginal music icons Yothu Yindi into the ARIA Hall of Fame.

The band, whose name translates to child and mother, were joined on stage at the awards last week by Jessica Mauboy, Dan Sultan, Kelly and Andrew Farriss to perform the international hit Treaty.

Former Midnight Oil star and current Federal Education Minister Garrett described Yothu...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 20:17

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Dereck Walpo hails Aurukun bauxite mine as way to deliver “new hope”

dereck walpoBusiness and community leaders are describing the Queensland Government's call for fresh expressions of interest to mine rich bauxite deposits at Aurukun on Cape York as giving the Indigenous people of the region new hope, prosperity and jobs.

The $1 billion mine has the potential to employ 700 people during construction and up to 600 during operations.

The successful applicant will not have to...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 20:15

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