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Elder’s leisurely amble through corridors of hospital leads to a recognition of nurse Marilyn Elaine Lowe
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Newcastle's first Aboriginal nurse has been remembered in a moving ceremony at John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, New South Wales.
Marilyn Elaine Lowe completed her nursing training at the then Royal Newcastle Hospital in 1963 at a time when life was pretty hard for Aboriginal people in Newcastle as it was around the country.
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