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Djon Mundine: Art’s man of reckoning

djon mundineBy Rick Feneley, Sydney Morning Herald

This member of a celebrated Aboriginal family doesn't mince words, writes Rick Feneley.

Djon Mundine in front of Bungaree and wife at Mosman Art Gallery. Photo: Ben Rushton

We've taken quite a detour to reach our glittering destination for lunch at Balmoral. To arrive at this bay in Sydney Harbour, first we needed to trace the circumnavigation of...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 November 2012 08:58

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AEC employers are big winners at Annual Northern Indigenous Employment Awards

GenOne jeffreyBy Carmal Young

Woolworths, Linfox and WPC Group Shake-a-leg program cleaned up at the Northern Indigenous Employment (NIE) awards ceremony in October.

"These three Australian Employment Covenant partners are to be congratulated on their respective awards, and their ongoing successes," said Warren Mundine, GenerationOne CEO.

Hosted by the NIE working group, the annual awards evening is...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 November 2012 08:57

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