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Korin Gamadji Institute opened by PM

richmond AFL_institute_launchThe Korin Gamadji Institute, based in the ME Bank Centre in Melbourne, at the Richmond Football Club was officially launched by Prime Minister Julia Gillard on Sunday.

The KGI provides opportunities for young Indigenous people to participate in programs to develop leadership, vocational skills and training and ultimately assist them in creating sustainable...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 17 August 2012 13:45

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Hooper to turn pro

damien hooper_v_russianDamien Hooper, who put the world on notice when he wore a T-shirt featuring the Aboriginal flag to his first Olympic Games bout last week, will now turn to professional boxing after being defeated in the final preliminary round at the London Olympic Games on Sunday.

Hooper was devastated after his loss to Russian, Egor Mekhontcev 19 points to 11 and immediately signalled after the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 15:17

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