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20,000 Aboriginal artefacts

The new M15 Hunter Expressway knocks half an hour off our trip to Sydney. It bypasses the most tiresome part of the old journey, replacing it with travel at 110 kilometres an hour. During the construction of the 40 kilometre … Continue reading

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2 or 3 Things I Know About Her – the further psychogeography of Gundy

Aboriginal history is haptic across time. It reaches out to us and we can reach out and touch it and be touched by it in turn. Wounds and scars and survival and transcendence. In Aboriginal thought, a place is both … Continue reading

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