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Igniting the young Ambition

nura giliStory by Johanna Kerin

Indigenous students from across Australia are embracing the opportunity to experience life at University during NAIDOC Week 2012. A decade ago, just 6 students participated in the Nura Gili Winter School Program at the University of New South Wales. Now, in 2012, 150 students were selected from a competitive pool of almost 450 students, all hoping for the chance to experience a glimpse of...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 July 2012 15:20

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Lyall Appo: my life as a jockey and keeping it all in the family

lyall and_beau-dean"Let's hope if young Beau-Dene Appo ever decides to follow in his father's footsteps and become a jockey, that he realises the big shoes he has to fill, as his Dad has certainly earned a respected name in the industry of hard knocks that is racing."

That's what Just Racing.com.au penned in 2007, when writing about Lyall Appo as a jockey, husband and father of three children: two girls and a...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 July 2012 14:07

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