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Jimi Bani takes on Shakespeare

jimi baniThe star of hit telemovie Mabo, Jimi Bani, will be on stage at the Malthouse Theatre next year in an epic reworking of Shakespeare's King Lear.

Artistic director Marion Potts said The Shadow King, an Aboriginal take on the famous tragedy, is a "hugely exciting and ambitious" work that has been three years in the making.

It marks the return of former Malthouse boss Michael Kantor, who co-created the...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 30 September 2012 08:53

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South Australia’s “dead of night” attack on Native Title

khatija thomas,_commissioner_for_aboriginal_affairs_in_south_australiaBy National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

South Australian Indigenous Association President and Nunga Elder, Alison Thorne has condemned the South Australian Government's "dead of night" action passing legislation that has taken away Native Title rights to negotiate over oil and gas...

 

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