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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... September 2016 of ABC News [Online] est. 2002 ABC News [Online]
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* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Indigenous Literacy Day : Outback Kids' Book The Goanna Was Hungry Takes Over Opera House, Bill Code , 2016 single work column
'... Thanks to a collaborative effort involving the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, he and 12 other kids from the "spinifex country" communities of Tjuntjuntjara, Mount Margaret and Menzies produced a book, The Goanna Was Hungry, which they read in front of hundreds of other children as well as many a noted author. ...'
Indigenous Artists Taking Centre-stage at Sydney Opera House, David Spicer , 2016 single work column

'Indigenous artists are breaking new ground at the Sydney Opera House next week by staging a locally-written opera and by playing a role normally the preserve of Anglo-Saxon actors.'

'Deborah Cheetham is the composer, writer, producer and star of her opera Pecan Summer, which plays for one night on Monday at the concert hall. ...'

What We Can Learn from the Things Left behind in Books, Kate Evans , 2016 single work column
'Have you ever found a letter, a pressed flower, a photograph, or something entirely unexpected stuck between the pages of a book? The items that readers leave behind—whether it's accidental or deliberate—became the inspiration for one author's story of love in a second-hand bookshop. ...'
Uncle Jack Charles Goes Back to Prison, Jeremy Story Carter , 2016 single work column
'For over a decade, actor and Indigenous leader Jack Charles has been banned from going to prison to mentor inmates. Until now. ...'
Bob Connolly Returns to PNG Highlands After 25 Years, Robert Connolly , 2016 single work column
'The last time filmmaker Bob Connolly was in the Papua New Guinea Highlands, he was caught up in one of the bloodiest tribal wars in the region's history. That was 25 years ago. Now, Connolly has returned to the Highlands to catch up with the key characters from his award-winning trilogy of documentaries centred on the Leahy family, made with his late partner Robin Anderson in the 1980s and 90s. ...'
Film and TV Projects Bring Economic Spin-offs to Regional Queensland, Paul Robinson , 2016 single work column
'Regional Australia could reap hugh economic benefits from hosting film and television production, industry groups say, with central and western Queensland promoting the region for film locations. ...'
Indigenous Song Twinkling Stars Tells Science of the Seasons, Anna Salleh , 2016 single work column
'On Murray Island in the Torres Strait the Meriam people have a song about the stars and the change of seasons. ...'
Steve Kilbey Joins Gina Williams to Sing Under The Milky Way in Noongar Language, Emma Wynne , 2016 single work column
'Perth singer Gina Williams is committed to preserving the Noongar language through music, and a chance meeting with The Church's Steve Kilbey led to them unexpectedly performing an Australian classic together. ...'
Aboriginal Rock Art Mapped in Kimberley as Surveys Build Database, Chronicle Life of 'the Old People', Erin Parke , 2016 single work column
'Months of gruelling outback survey work involving helicopters, boats and long treks on foot is helping to piece together the history of Indigenous rock art scattered across thousands of caves and cliffs in northern Western Australia. ...'

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