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Yannaay, gabayiindah guwaa-li yaluu yilaa gaalanha ganu nhama gandjarra (Goodbye, thank you, talk again soon and all the best)

jessica-mauboy-(page-6)So here we are the final edition of the paper for the year. I feel so privileged to have this opportunity to write every week to our readers. It was not that long ago that I felt completely voiceless in my own isolation.

As a young Kamilaroi growing up and suffering the indignity of the public housing system, I always had this sense of communal shared identity in my feeling part of...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 December 2013 13:35

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Garruu (Uncle) Paul Spearim (Winanga-li Gii) of the Gamilaraay Nation tells the story of Tradition, Heritage and history of his people for the benefit of us all

paul-spearimWinanga-li Gii (the western name is Garruu or Uncle Paul Spearim) has been imparting the cultural knowledge of the Gamilaraay Nation through song, dance and storylines for more than 35 years Within the Gamilaraay Nation the process that is used to pass on Gamilaraay cultural knowledge is unique in the way that it is carried out. Each process is interconnected and is as important as the next and also to the...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 December 2013 13:34

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