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Glenn Barry

glenn barry_profileWho is your mob?

I'm from the Gamilaroi mob in Tingha and Bingara

Where were you born?

I was born in Sandringham, Victoria. I grew up on the Gold Coast and went to school at Benowa State Primary, then Burleigh Heads and Keebra Park at Miami.

I finished school Year 11 in 1981. I went and did my apprenticeship at a Chef at restaurants on the Gold Coast. I cheffed for 15...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 13:44

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Kelly McCarthy

kelly mccarthyWho is your mob?

My mob is the Mithika people from Cooper Basin Diamantina which stretches from Windorah to Birdsville area and my mother's side is Kullilli in the south west area of Qld.

Where were you born and grow up?

I was born in Toowoomba, and spent most of my time in Toowoomba.

I attended a small number of primary schools growing up but started my schooling at East State...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 10:12

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Skye Manthey

skye manthey_profileWho is your mob?

I am from the Kooma tribe in South west QLD

Where were you born and where did you grow up?

I was born in Toowoomba and grew up mainly in Toowoomba and Charleville.

Where did you go to school? What grade did you go to?

I did most of my schooling in Toowoomba but completed Year 10 through Brisbane school of distance education. High school and I...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 13 September 2012 13:09

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Sorita McGrane

sorita mcGraneWho is your mob?

On my mother's side I have ties to the Torres Strait Islands with the Boigu people: Kalwal Kawa Ya and also have ties to Malay/Indonesian ancestry. On my father's side, my ancestry is white Australian with Scottish, Irish and Jewish ancestry.

Where were you born?

I was born in Beaudesert. My parents moved to Toowoomba when I was three and I was raised here. I have moved...

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 24 September 2012 08:19

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Jenny Joyce

jenny joyceWho is your mob?

I am from the Wariburra Clan of Mamu.

Where were you born and where did you grow up?

I was born and grew up in Innisfail. I graduated from Good Counsel College in 1987. I was the first Indigenous female School Captain.

What are your memories of school?

My best memories of school were hanging out with my friends and getting dressed up for our Fancy Dress...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 September 2012 13:28

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