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We had:

Fiona Clarke, Indigenous artist, talking about Australian men’s T20 World Cup guernsey pays homage to cricket’s Indigenous history. Australia’s first international touring cricket team, an all-Indigenous side who toured England in 1868 will be recognised at the upcoming T20 World Cup through an Indigenous inspired kit design.

Aunty Noelene, who sadly lost her husband in August, discussing her GoFundMe Campaign to #HelpAuntyNoelene raise finds ASAP so she can organise a funeral for her husband, Uncle Joey.

Paul Williams, Charles Darwin University Maritime Training Coordinator and Lecturer, talking about marine rangers take hands-on training in fisheries compliance. First Nations rangers from across the Top End are learning valuable and practical skills as they are trained to become certified in fisheries compliance, through a course providing meaningful training and career pathways.

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