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Go ahead for Bourke Aboriginal Strategy!

February 28, 2018

Back row l-r:  Tom Brain (Training NSW), Superintendent Greg Moore (Police), Andrew Ryder (Principal, Bourke High School), Ashley Albury (Premier & Cabinet), Paul Newman (CEO, Murdi Paaki Regional Enterprise Corporation), Danny Lester (NSW Ombudsman), Phil Preston (Facilitator), Alistair Ferguson (Executive Director, Maranguka), Steven Gal (Aboriginal Affairs), Elisha Bailey (Prime Minister & Cabinet), Belinda Colless (Regional Development Australia), Gerry Collins ( Premier & Cabinet), Alex Dzang (Capra Developments). Front row l-r: Ed Frater (Office of Regional Development), Leonie Brown (Bourke Shire Council), Lillian Lucas (Chair, Bourke Community Working Party), Donna Dennis (Murdi Paaki Young and Emerging Leaders Program), Julianna Demetrius (NSW Ombudsman), Donna Argus (Family & Community Services), Kate Baxter (Director, TAFE Western NSW), Kerryn Shearman (Birrang), James Price (Capra Developments). Photo: WH

 

Government agencies and local industry have given the thumbs for the next stage of a new strategy to improve job outcomes for Aboriginal people in Bourke.

 

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