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Artist Tim Johnson and street art choreographer George Shaw came to Moree this year to begin research on the NEXUS public art project. Over a weekend we held bbqs in 4 parks – Sullivans, Stanley Village, Wales Park and Bottom Camp – to talk to...

The children at Kiah Pre-School in Moree were so proud to launch their CD today. Called Kiah Kids - Yuligi Yugul Gari, it’s a collection of songs translated into our Kamilaroi language, and includes familiar ones like If You’re Happy & You Know It and...

I’ve come back home. Moree. Born and bred. A 35 year absence. A privileged white boy. When I left at 17 years old, I knew a town racially divided, the local Aboriginal community treated as 3rd class citizens. The community was riddled with mass unemployment,...