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  • Issue 13 - July 2018Posted: Wednesday 4 July 2018

    This edition of The Kookaburra features Reconciliation Week celebrations, launch of the Reconciliation Action Plan, DATSIP funding of 40 grassroots events, and more.

  • Issue 12 - May 2018Posted: Thursday 17 May 2018

    This edition of The Kookaburra features Commonwealth Games highlights, Linda Biumaiwai’s Welcome, Palm Island Celebrations, Cairns Indigenous Art Fair, Jarro’s appointment as a Judge, Sandra Delaney’s new book, home ownership for Torres Strait Islanders, Coen Women's Centre, Dandirri Schools Library

  • Issue 11 - February 2018Posted: Tuesday 27 February 2018

    This edition of The Kookaburra features the 10th Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generation, Queen's Baton in Palm Island, Cape York Peninsula photographic exhibition, Uncle Adrian Padmore, Carly Wallace, Stephen Mam, Bama Civil, Every day counts campaign, and more.

  • Issue 10 - December 2017Posted: Friday 15 December 2017

    This edition of The Kookaburra features the One William Street art exhibition, NDIS services for Indigenous Queenslanders with disability, Indigenous Business Month, QATSIF graduation, PSC and QUT scholarships, Cape York Peninsula Heritage Act anniversary, Aurukun work recognised, and more.

  • Issue 9 - October 2017Posted: Wednesday 11 October 2017

    This edition of The Kookaburra features the Queensland Indigenous Procurement Policy, Palm Island supermarket, Townsville Indigenous investment forum, Cherbourg social reinvestment pilot program, Mabo Oration, Cherbourg remembers Torres Strait wartime evacuees, Griffith scholarships, and more.

  • Issue 8 - June 2017Posted: Tuesday 13 June 2017

    This edition of The Kookaburra features the 2017-18 Budget announcement, significant Anniversaries, Queensland Reconciliation Awards, Closing the Gap, Our Way Strategy, and Cairns Mayors' pledges to end domestic and family violence.

  • Issue 7 - January 2017Posted: Monday 23 January 2017

    This edition of The Kookaburra features Every day counts, pre-kindy health checks, Ergon Energy power cards, digital champion nominations, Reparations Scheme, Pearl Duncan Teaching Scholarships, and Lambert McBride Perpetual Bursary.

  • Issue 6 - December 2016Posted: Thursday 22 December 2016

    This edition of The Kookaburra features the return of Shelburne to the Wuthathi people, One Million Stars project, Towards an all abilities Queensland consultation, Coen graffiti wall art, Make the early years count, Let's stay safe this summer, and relocation of Neville Bonner Building artwork.

  • Issue 5 - November 2016Posted: Wednesday 30 November 2016

    This edition of The Kookaburra features Queensland Tourism Industry Council’s Queensland Tourism Award winners Mossman Gorge Centre, ‘It’s ok to walk away’ campaign, Australian Tax Office's Indigenous Helpline, road safety boost for Coen students, new Cherbourg museum exhibition, and Tukuwompa Park.

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