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Yanaay Garruu (Goodbye Uncle) Ngiyani-baa yaliwunga winanga-y nginda (We will always remember you)

Uncle-MarshallI stated some weeks ago I wanted to write a series of articles paying respect to the many teachers I have had who have inspired me throughout my life, people who have taught me to overcome obstacles and live by principles of endurance, respect and doing the right thing.

The first of these articles I dedicated to my Grandfather Leonard (Len) Waters who I affectionately knew as Pop.

Unfortunately...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 September 2013 16:12

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Why does the Australian War Memorial continue to ignore the frontier wars?

Shane-MortimerThe battle between Aboriginal people and settlers is at the heart of nationhood but absent from war dead commemorations. Paul Daley (@PPDaley), a multi-award winning author and journalist, who has written extensively about Australia and the First World War, asked the question in an article published by theguardian.com why does the Australian War Museum continue to ignore the frontier...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 September 2013 16:10

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