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Date: 2009-
Date: 2007-2009
Issue Details: First known date: 2007... 2007 Namalata Thusi
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'Namalata Thusi was designed to "showcase" successful partnerships which have produced better outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders and to act as a catalyst to encourage similar partnerships elsewhere. It was distributed to schools, TAFE and university libraries, State and Commonwealth Government agencies, local government, private enterprise and community groups, Aboriginal and Island Councils and media organisations.

'Due to the changes in government and the disbandment of departments in 2012, the magazine is no longer being published.'

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

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ISSN: 1448-9672
  • Previous Frequency: Bimonthly.
  • Frequency: Quarterly
Began in 1996? suspended 2005.
[New ser.], issue 01 (Winter 2007)- The new series of Namalata Thusi was launched at the Queensland Government event at Parliament House on 29 May 2007 to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the 1967 Referendum on Indigenous issues.
Namalata is a Queensland Aboriginal word meaning 'messenger.' Thusi is a western Torres Strait Islander word meaning 'paper' or 'book.'
Also available in print.
Contents indexed selectively.
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