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Inspiring achievers honoured at Canberra NAIDOC Ball

NAIDOC canberra_winnersBy National Indigenous Times ACT reporter Geoff Bagnall

NAIDOC Week in Canberra was celebrated with the traditional NAIDOC Ball at a gala awards ceremony last Saturday night where the outstanding contributions and inspiring achievements of 15 Indigenous Canberrans and organisations were recognised and highlighted.

 

The Ball was a sell-out event with 400 people...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 July 2012 12:17

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A plan to help Aunty Bonita

gregory ferguson_and_his_painting_'Koiki'By National Indigenous Times ACT reporter Geoff Bagnall

A Canberra-based artist has offered works of Koiki and Bonita Mabo for sale to raise money to support Aunty Bonita Mabo.

 

The paintings are the feature pieces of an exhibition that was opened by the Federal Minister for the Arts, Simon Crean at the National Convention...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 July 2012 12:15

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