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What mining boom?

michael woodleyPilbara Elders dismiss claims mining companies have delivered a

better life for communities as just plain rubbish and media spin

By National Indigenous Times WQest Australian reporter Gerry Georgatos

Claims by mining companies they are providing significant benefits from the record mining boom to improving the lives of West Australia's Aboriginal peoples and communities are just not...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 15:24

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Desert Country art comes alive at the University of Queensland

desert art_raelene_and_cindyBy National Indigenous Times reporter Rhonda Hagan

The Art Gallery of South Australia's travelling exhibition Desert Country won over many fans when it was officially opened at the University of Queensland Art Museum last week.

 

Director Dr Campbell Gray said it was an honour for the University to host "such a magnificent exhibition of desert...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 15:22

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