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Chris Bourke’s verdict on the Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s Indigenous Advisory Council and ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body

Chris-BourkeDr Chris Bourke grew up in country Victoria where his father was a schoolteacher. He graduated from Melbourne University in 1982; the first Aborigine to complete a dental degree. For 16 years he ran a successful private dental practice in Canberra. Mr Bourke has a 25 year history as an active member of his local community. He was a member of Regional Development Australia (ACT) advising the ACT and Federal...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 December 2013 13:30

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NITV celebrates first anniversary

Tanya-and-NITV-starsNational Indigenous Television celebrates one year on free to air television tomorrow (Thursday).

Twelve months ago this Thursday, NITV launched it's new service with a massive party and concert at Uluru launching what station manager, Tanya Denning describes as a hectic year with "many high points".

"It was so rewarding to launch the channel, but one year in it has gone so fast...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 December 2013 13:29

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