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The day opera came to Yarrabah

yarrabah casey_donovanBy National Indigenous Times reporter Rhonda Hagan

The tiny community of Yarrabah, just south of Cairns in north Queensland and Opera Australia, from Sydney, have combined to help create a musical about the history of the Aboriginal community.

 

Rhoda Roberts, from the Bundjalung nation and Artistic Director at the Sydney Opera House, directed YARRABAH: The...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 September 2012 13:58

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Yeelirrie custodians continue their fight against uranium mining

yeerilderie walkBY National Indigenous Times West Australian reporter Gerry Georgatos

West Australia's Yeelirrie Traditional Custodians have vowed to fight Canadian based multinational CAMECO from digging for uranium on Yeelirrie country.

 

In a surprise move BHP Billiton, continuing its retreat from uranium mining, sold the Yeelirrie uranium deposit for $430 million to...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 September 2012 13:57

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