Nuclear research of Aboriginal throwing sticks used hundreds of years ago

[by  Zoe Landry]

Original tools used by ancestors of the Yandruwandha Yawarrawarrka traditional owners from South Australia were delivered for examination using nuclear research techniques at ANSTO.

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The most important Mo you’ll ever grow

[by Lisa Minner]

Many guys are isolated and disconnected from their usual social support networks – and the places where men usually go to have those shoulder-to-shoulder conversations with their mates, like going out for a drink or a bite to eat, watching or playing sport, or going to the gym, have been severely reduced.

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Egan family Aboriginal history preserved

[Samille Mitchell, ABC]

The story of the Wadjarri family ancestor's exploits was passed down through song as generation after generation wondered at the man's extraordinary escape and journey of endurance, determination, and family love.

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Justin Langer, Cricket Australia contact Aboriginal people to discuss 'taking the knee'

[IANS, New Indian Express]

After being criticised for not taking a knee to recognise the Black Lives Matter movement during the tour of England in September, Australia cricket coach Justin Langer on Friday said his team is conscious about the movement and will be strong on the messages during the forthcoming summer in which they play India.

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