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Summer Series - Pecan Summer: The Opera Message Stick
Sunday 30 January 2011
Summer Series - Pecan Summer: The Opera
We come to the final chapter of Message Stick’s three part series charting the development of Australia’s first Indigenous-written and performed opera – Pecan Summer.
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Nothin' To Lose Nothin' To Lose
by Zennith
Zennith's 'Nothin' to Lose' is Reggae at its best, fusing different musical influences from Rock to Hip hop, to create an album of infectious beats.
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Darlinghurst, NSW
26 Feb 2011
The Bush and the City will be melting together to give you a cultural experience Drag style. An unforgettable, beautiful chocolate assortment for Mardi Gras.

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Indigenous health news, fact files, features & recipes from the ABC.
Holding Our Tongues

Holding Our Tongues

Language maintenance and revival is at the heart of Aboriginal cultural identity.
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Message Club

Message Club

The site offers school activities for Indigenous and non-Indigenous students.
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Language Area Map

Language Area Map

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Dust Echoes

Dust Echoes

A series of 12 beautifully animated dreamtime stories from Central Arnhem Land.
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Werde! Welcome to Us Mob

Welcome to Us Mob

Follow the lives of central Australian Aboriginal teenagers.
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The country of the two dogs is traditionally known as Paruku.
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Mission Voices

Mission Voices

Share in the unique culture and history of Victorian Aboriginal (Koorie) people.
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February 22, 2011 11:09:00
The Anti-Discrimination Commissioner says the TV ad makes Aborigines in Alice Springs look like 'gang members'.The NT Anti-Discrimination Commissioner says a television ad about crime in Alice Springs makes Aborigines look like 'gang members'.

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A national disaster we choose to ignore A national disaster we choose to ignore A national disaster we choose to ignore
A national disaster we choose to ignore

Updated 10 February 2011
Why did Julia Gillard cry in parliament on Tuesday about a natural disaster, then deliver a dry-eyed speech on Wednesday about an enduring human catastrophe?
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Old Language - New Voices, Puliima Language Forum Old Language - New Voices, Puliima Language Forum

Updated 8 February 2011
Puliima National Indigenous Language Forum is a biennial event aimed at bringing people together from all over Australia to explore pioneering project ideas that can be used in community based Indigenous languages projects.

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