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Tributes for Mr Yunupingu, an icon to us all

Linda-Burney-1Loss of a great man all too common for First Peoples: Linda Burney

The loss of former Yothu Yindi frontman Mr Yunupingu at the age of 56 highlights how common kidney disease and early death are in Aboriginal communities, New South Wales Deputy Opposition leader Linda Burney said.

Mr Yunupingu, a former Australian of the Year, passed away Sunday night at his home in Yirrkala in...

 

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