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Closing the communication gap: a journalist’s time in Arnhem Land

When Toni Hassan volunteered to help out an Arnhem Land community on a media campaign, the results were not as she’d expected. This article appeared in The Walkley Magazine in October 2010 with the above cartoon by Fiona Katauskas. Who would argue with the need to “close the gap” between Indigen ...

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