What a sensational statement Marlene chose to title her award-winning …

Comment on ‘My future is in my hands’: winning work by Phil Walcott.

What a sensational statement Marlene chose to title her award-winning contribution.
“My future is in my hands” sums up the reality for all of us … if it’s meant to be, it’s up to me (thanks Naomi).
We are each responsible for the choices we make regarding our behaviour. Good choices generally lead to good consequences.
Accepting responsibility for our actions is how can each demonstrate our independence and sovereignty over our individual lives.
If we then choose to partner with other like-minded people to create a collective of positive energy, much can be achieved in a “whole-of-community” generation.
Remember, the UNITY in commUNITY is what strengthens us all.
Thanks for reinforcing the message so beautifully, Marlene Rubuntja.

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First Aboriginal doctor: Gordon Briscoe AO, BA (Hist), MA, PhD
A terrific read … great acknowledgement of a man who looks like having significantly contributed to many generations of Aboriginal people, both locally and around the country.
Always good to learn of such accomplishments from those of us who had a difficult beginning.
Happily shared on some social media. Thanks for being, Gordon.


Gallery: The Gunner spin goes on
Pretty obvious this is a blatant political move by the Feds. They back their own team in SA to the detriment of the opposition team in the NT.


Senator Scullion will not contest Federal election
Just throwing a conversation starter into the mix, Sharpie.


Senator Scullion will not contest Federal election
Let’s see where this goes. If Jacinta loses Lingiari, she’ll be parachuted into the role. If she doesn’t, will The Elf make a comeback?


Starting young in multi-culturalism
Such an impressive program driven by devotion, compassion and integrity.
We most certainly are a rich tapestry of collective and inclusive community spirit as evidenced by the wonderful interactions that these kids embraced.
Congratulations to Suzanne and her team for providing these kids with some wonderful experiences. The stuff memories are of.


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