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Thursday, July 2, 2020
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National Reconciliation Week celebrated through flag raising

When the Aboriginal flag was raised earlier today for National Reconciliation Week there was a small group of Indigenous leaders in attendance, but it felt like the whole community was present.

Traditions taught at Community Market and Cultural Day

The Bundaberg community was immersed in spear and boomerang throwing along other traditional activities in the inaugural Community Market and Cultural Day on Saturday.

World premiere of Taribelang Welcome Song

The world premiere of Robert McLellan's Taribelang Welcome Song will be at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre bandabara on 15 November 2019.

Girls Academy students celebrate achievements

Bundaberg State High School's Girls Academy students today celebrated their achievements at a special awards ceremony.

Stage two of IWC health complex officially opened

The $19.8 million stage two expansion of the IWC Health & Wellbeing Complex has officially opened and is set to deliver increased and innovative medical services.

Kepnock Girls Academy students excel

The feeling of pride was evident among Indigenous Kepnock State High School students as they attended the Girls Academy Awards Night on Wednesday.

New Mon Repos turtle centre nears completion

Construction is nearly finished on the new multi-million dollar interpretive turtle centre at Mon Repos, which is due to open in time for nesting season this November.

Local artist wins CQU Creates Indigenous Art Award

The CQU Creates Art Awards 2019 celebrates its 6th anniversary with around 30 works touring including indigenous art by Llewellyn Swallow.

IWC stage two includes innovations

The $19.8 million stage two expansion of the Indigenous Wellbeing Centre (ICW) will increase the range of services currently offered by IWC to the whole community, including more Allied Health professionals and specialists.

Chern’ee Sutton designs safe space yarning circle

Contemporary Indigenous artist Chern’ee Sutton designed totem poles for a yarning circle to create a safe space for people to speak.

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