We acknowledge and respect the indigenous peoples of the lands in which we live. We acknowledge their deep spiritual connection to this land, their living heritage and commit ourselves to the ongoing journey of Reconciliation.
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Private Les Wright 7386 3rd Battalion 1st Infantry was one of the early Anzac soldiers to arrive at Gallipoli to serve as a stretcher bearer

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Just In Time

May 2015, Volume 9, Issue 2.

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Caring for Kids Who Need Nurturing

Josephite Sister Frances Flemming, chaplain at Reiby Juvenile Justice Centre in Airds ministers to detainees aged 12 to 16 years

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Eco-spot Reflection Three

Reflection Three in the series of Eco-spots to encourage awareness of the sacredness of life and all creation

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SA Indigenous Figures Fear Funding Dispute Could Lead to Cultural Genocide

Yalata Community Incorporated accuses the state and federal governments of a lack of consultation

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