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Former Origin Greats promote Indigenous jobs in Toowoomba

FOGS toowoombaFormer Origin Greats promoting job opportunities for young Indigenous job seekers staged their last Expo of the year recently with the help of local industry and businesses in Toowoomba.

Origin great and FOGS Chairman Gene Miles was at the Toowoomba Indigenous Employment and Career Expo and was joined by origin legends including Allan Langer, Michael Hancock, Colin Scott, Gary Belcher, Tony Currie and...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 10:41

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Draper inspired by his wife’s battle

thomas and_candice_draperBy National Indigenous Times reporter Rhonda Hagan

Thomas Draper, Construction Supervisor Drilling and Completions Department Arrow Energy, gave an inspirational address to the FOGS dinner the evening before their Toowoomba Expo that left tough former footballers and robust businessmen and woman discretely searching for their tissues.

 

"My story isn't just...

 

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