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'A book which tells the story of an Aboriginal families experience of family separartion has been was previewed at Goonellabah Public School in Lismore, Northern New South Wales, last month.' Source: Koori Mail no 466 19 December 2009
'This has been a big year for Uncle Jack Charles. In May, the self-confessed former heroin addict and 'gentleman' cat burglar won the Tudawali award honouring his lifetime contribution to Indigenous media. A month later, the film chronicling his life, titled Bastardy was released to critical acclaim.' Source: Koori Mail no 466, 16 December 2009