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AFL makes the Long Walk to Dreamtime at the G

waynequilliamdreamG05By National Indigenous Times contributer Wayne Quilliam

In many dreamtime stories the Brolga symbolises death and rebirth, the eternal dance of good versus evil, while the Emu a symbol of blame and forgiveness is cast as unreasonable and quarrelsome.

 

When the two beings meet in dark sunless spirit world and argue over the quality of their respective eggs, the Brolga...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 08:52

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Benn Harradine breaks a record and gives notice to Olympic rivals

benn harradineAt one of the most low-key events on the national calendar in Townsville discus thrower Benn Harradine became the first male to break an Australian record this season and put the world on notice.

He is only the second athlete this season to set a national record after Alana Boyd's pole vault of 4.76 metres in February in Perth.

Harradine, a man mountain from Newcastle, hurled the discus 67.53...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 18 May 2012 12:38

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