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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... no. 475 5 May 2010 of Koori Mail est. 1991 Koori Mail
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Message Sticks is Shaping up, Alf Wilson , 2010 single work column

'Palm Island's boxing prowess will be showcased in style tomorrow night with the documentary Boxing for Palm Island one of two films chosen to open the Message Sticks Indigenous Film Festival at the Sydney Opera House.' Source: Koori Mail no. 475, 5 May 2010

(p. 8)

Includes portrait of Noby Clay and Ray Dennis

So Manyi"So many words to use, just", Daniel Davis , 2010 single work poetry (p. 23)
The Policyi"Entrepreneurs of Change", Zelda Quakawoot , 2010 single work poetry (p. 23)
Children's book series launched, 2010 single work column
'Indigenous educator Trish Albert has written a children's book series and curriculum resource called First Australians: Plenty Stories, which was launched at the National Museum of Australia last month.' Koori Mail no. 475, 5 May, 2010
(p. 37)
Note: Includes portrait of Trish Albert
Indigenous Writer's Fest Event, 2010 single work column
'Wiradjuri author Anita Heiss will read at a special benefit concert at the Sydney Town Hall next Saturday 15 May, run in association with the Sydney Writer's Festival to raise money for the Indigenous Literacy Fund.' Source: Koori Mail no. 475, 5 May, 2010
(p. 51)
New Talent at Film Fest, 2010 single work column
'As Message Sticks Indigenous Film Festival enters its second decade, festival co-ordinator, Rachel Perkins, said they were excited to be introducing a fresh new crop of talent.'
(p. 53)
Note: Includes portrait of Noby Clay and Selwyn Seaton

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