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Please note: this story contains references to and images of people who have died. Sydney Film Festival (SFF) returns in 2020 for its 67th year to premier both domestic and international world-class films. Running from June 10 to June 21, the festival will be a virtual event this year. Australians will have the opportunity to […]

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With COVID-19 preventing large gatherings and close social contact, National Reconciliation Week is looking a little different this year. While no one could have predicted the accuracy of this year’s theme, ‘In this together’, many have banded together to provide unique events and experiences to make National Reconciliation Week 2020 one to remember. Read below […]

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You are invited to celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of the Uluru Statement from the Heart. Please join our eminent panel of those involved in the First Nations’ National Constitutional Convention at Uluru 23-26 May 2017, as they discuss the photographic images captured by Referendum Council and Uluru Dialogues, ILC photographer Jimmy Widders Hunt. Hosted by […]

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Join us for Closing the Gap Day – SA’s biggest Closing the Gap event! Closing the Gap Day is a FREE all-ages event which aims to bring together people from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to share information and take meaningful action in support of achieving Indigenous health equality by 2030. Come along […]

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Please note this article contains the name of someone who has died. Adelaide Festival is on again and it’s jam-packed with entertaining interviews with writers from all over the world and performances that are set to leave audiences enthralled. The festival takes place from February 28 to March 15, and takes place on the lands […]

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