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'Internationally renowned musician and performer, Richard Walley, and his didgeridoo, have conquered most musical summits. He had broken new ground with the first CD release of his Aboriginal didgeridoo recordings, Bilya - meaning river'. (Source: Koori Mail Ed.88 1994)
Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri, was named the winner of the prestigious Red Ochre Award at the presentation ceremony of Australia's major arts awards at Parliament House, Canberra' (Source Koori Mail Ed. 88 1994)
Note: Photograph of Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri with Arts Minister Michael Lee and Prime Minister Paul Keating.