It’s that time of year again, where mob from across NSW come together, put on a jersey and battle it out on the footy field for the NSW Koori Knockout crown. This will be the 49th anniversary of the Knockout and the responsibility of hosting falls on the 2018 reigning champions – the Newcastle All […]
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Sydney Contemporary Art Fair is officially open to the public for its fifth year. The fair is displaying art from over 95 galleries with new work from over 450 artists in 34 countries including Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, France, South Africa and more. First Nations artists are coming to the forefront more […]
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Sydney Roosters’ young gun Latrell Mitchell is set to top both the NRL try and points tallies, a feat not achieved since 1990. The Roosters centre has scored a whopping 18 tries in the 2019 season, more than New Zealand Warriors’ Ken Maumalo and the Parramatta Eels’ Maika Sivo. Mitchell has also amassed an almighty […]
With a passion for helping Stolen Generations survivors and a deep desire to continue working with Indigenous communities, it’s no wonder Merinda Dutton is the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s National Indigenous Legal Professional of the Year. Although Ms Dutton has worked tirelessly with Indigenous communities since joining NSW Legal Aid in 2014, she said it felt “pretty […]
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