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After years of stagnation, the game of Rugby has fresh, shiny new coverage that seems to have breathed life back into the code. So, after years of frustration with the game they supposedly play in heaven, The Betoota Advocate is giving it another go. Our sport's team will be jumping in the booth every week to cover all of the footy action - from the grassroots, the country, and the world. We'll cover the tales of Rugby Australia's Marketing Pigeon, the world-beating Queensland Reds rolling t ...
 
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For the final episode before the Federal Election, the Betoota Advocate interviews Grace Tame. Speaking candidly, The former Australian Of The Year gives an insight into what has been happening since the last time we spoke in 2021 - both in her work, and in Australia. Grace Tame talks about working on policy, advocacy, and her epiphanies about both…
 
Neil Murray originally sprang from Victoria’s western district, but in the late 1970’s with guitar in hand he set course for the Northern Territory. He emerged at Papunya in 1980 as a founding member of the pioneering Warumpi Band, which over three albums (Big Name No Blankets, Go Bush and Too much Humbug) and twenty years of performing thrust cont…
 
Dylan is a dedicated Artist and Architectural Technician with experience in master planning, documentation and 3D modelling. His cultural work sits beside his professional experience as an Architectural Technician. The Maiawali, Karuwali and Pitta-Pitta man has several years’ experience in the architectural industry covering a range of project type…
 
Hailing from Townsville, Sean made big noise in the dance world, became one of our First Nations’ leading comic geniuses and could entertain a microphone stand if he had to. Comedian, rap singer, dancer, hip-hop didge player and with storm as his totem, Sean is a powerhouse unlike any other. His new show “World by Storm” charters his life as a blac…
 
Uncle Owen Whyman, a Paakindji man from Wilcannia, has started the first political party in Australia for Indigenous people: the Indigenous-Aboriginal Party of Australia. This is a grassroots Party providing all Australians an alternative to the main Parties and Uncle Owen says he has a real chance of winning a seat in Federal Parliament. Source…
 
We welcome Whybirds to the Triple A Murri Country family! When it comes to domestic/international relocation and logistical solutions, Whybirds Removals & Storage offers a premium service that is second to none. We customise our relocation services, providing a bespoke program for each customer. Whybirds Removals & Storage is here to safely transpo…
 
For our second last interview before the Federal Election, The Betoota Advocate interviews the Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy. Chris Bowen tells his story from growing up in Western Sydney, getting into politics, getting an education and eventually getting his hands on the levers. As the Member for McMahon, Bowen thinks this election…
 
Gamilaroi man Corey Tutt is CEO of Deadly Science, a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing science resources and early reading material to remote schools in Australia. He has just authored a book called The First Scientists, Deadly Inventions and Innovations from Australia’s First Peoples. Written for kids aged 7 to 12, The First Scientist…
 
Brisbane Street Art Festival is an annual public art event that seeks to provide opportunities for creative practitioners and the wider community to develop positive partnerships through engagement and collaboration. As an avenue for artistic expression, BSAF endeavours to create a multi-disciplinary platform that encourages any and all art forms t…
 
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