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Grace Stanley

aunty graceWho is your mob?

On my father's side I am Gungalu from around Blackwater near Rockhampton in central Queensland. On my mother's side I am from the Barada-barna clan from the Birri Gubba.

Where were you born and grow up?

I was born in Cherbourg, I grew up there. I was in the dormitory until I was 4 years old then my mum got a house in the camp so my brother and I lived with her. I went to...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 04 November 2012 17:50

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John Stanley

pop john_stanleyWho is your mob?

My mob is the Warner mob on my mother's side, Burrangaum people from around Chinchilla. My father is Kunji man from Coen. We had the privilege of going up there to try to trace some of my father's mob from up there but we haven't found too much.

Where were you born and grew up?

I was born in Cherbourg. I grew up and went to school there. I did all my schooling and...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 10:31

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Kanat Wano, a Meriam Social Entrepreneur chats about: Raising the lifestyles of our mob

kanat and_bianca_daughterSH: Who's your mob – your traditional connection and where did you grow up?

My father, Tuesley Maka Wano, is a Meriam man from Mer (Murray Island) in the Zenadh Nation (Torres Strait). Our ancestries belong to Kerwaid Village and we help make up the San Sep Clan on Mer, one of the eight tribes of Mer. Our major tribal totem is the Shark. Kerwaid village neighbours Uncle Koiki...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 13:45

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Michal Purcell

michal purcellWho is your mob?

My mob is the Butchulla and Australian South Sea Islander.

Where were you born?

I was born and bred in Childers. I did all of my schooling in Children and graduated Year 12 there. I went to Childers Primary and Isis State High. I enjoyed going to school because it was a small country town, everyone knew each other and the teachers were cool and accepted you and helped...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 19 October 2012 11:16

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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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