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Lorraine Rose Holley

lorraine holly_profileWho is your mob?

I'm Kamilaroi from south of St George down to New South Wales.

I was born at Mungindi, on the border on the Barwon. I grew up in the area around Thallon, Collarenebri, Mungindi. I went to school at Collarenebri and Mungindi. My dad was a shearer so we also went to Blackall, Inverell, Thallon, in that little region.

I finished Year 10 in 1983 at Mungindi...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 July 2012 15:55

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Nyssa Weribone

nyssa weriboneNyssa lives in St George with her partner Daniel and 3 children

Who is your mob?

My mob are Weribone, Anderson and Turnbull's. I am part of the Mandandanji Tribe. My father is a Fernando, Whittaker from NSW.

Where were you born?

I was born in St George, western Qld. I grew up there and moved from St George to Chinchilla a few times

I went to St George and Chinchilla...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 July 2012 15:37

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Karen Jackson

karen jacksonKaren Jackson is the Indigenous Services Coordinator at Moondani Balluk, Victoria University, Melbourne.

Who is your mob? I'm Yorta Yorta, Dja Dja Wurrung.

Where were you born and grow up?

I was born at the Royal Women's Hospital in Carlton, Melbourne. I grew up in Thornton - a small country town in Victoria near Lake Eildon. People will know it from the reference in The Castle to Bonnie...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 July 2012 11:52

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Phillip Sariago

phillip sariagoWho is your mob?

My lines are Gurindji from the Northern Territory and the Jaru from the Kimberley in Western Australia. I am Filipino on my mums side and also have Greek heritage from my father.

Where were you born and grow up?

I was born and raised in tropical Darwin in the Northern Territory but I now live in Queensland, the sunshine state, where it's beautiful one day and perfect...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 July 2012 14:10

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Anne-Marie Quinn

anne marie_quinnWho is your mob? I'm Kalkadoon

Where were your born? I was born in Brisbane. I grew up in Darwin and went to St John's College.

What did you do when you left school? I bummed around for a bit, travelled all around Australia and overseas. Went to uni on and off for a few years, and I am currently studying at the ANU in Canberra.

I am a clinically trained Aboriginal Health Worker and...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 11:33

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