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Stronger Communities with Aboriginal Community Connectors

Aboriginal communities are strong, resilient and resourceful, and utilising those strengths in community has been vital to the success of a special new initiative in regional NSW.

It’s called Aboriginal Community Connectors, is led by the NSW Coalition of Aboriginal Peak Organisations (NSW CAPO) and is delivered in Tamworth by the Tamworth Local Aboriginal Land Council.…

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Banaga-y Biruu – Tamworth Youth in the Australian Outback Marathon

Sunrise around Uluru and Kata Tjuta is always a breathtaking event.

The sun’s early morning rays play with the desert in half-light before creeping out across the landscape, bathing the iconic rocks and turning them glowing red orange.

It’s an incredible beginning to each new day, and one that the Anangu people have been a part of for 60-thousand years.…

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Heal Country, Call Country its Original Name

NAIDOC Week – 7 July 2021

It’s one of the most famous mountains in Australia.

Wahluu Mount Panorama is known to racing enthusiasts as an iconic racetrack, but for the Wiradjuri people of the region, its significance goes back many tens of thousands of years.…

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Home with the Mob on ANZAC Day, 2021

ANZAC Day, 2021

It’s a very long way from visiting the battlefields of northern France to the town of Cherbourg in Queensland, but it’s another journey being taken by a man devoted to honouring the lives of Aboriginal diggers.

Joe Flick is a proud Gomeroi/Yullaroi man from Collarenebri in NSW and a long-time staff member of the NSW Aboriginal Land Council, and his latest journey to Cherbourg for ANZAC Day 2021 is a highly personal visit.…