The Editorial Gomes and yours truly were coming back from Karumba in his trusty 20 year old Toyota Sahara (468,000 Ks), that runs a lot better than he does, when he asked “How long has it been since you’ve been to Seisia ??”. I answered “Years mate. But tell me why do you ask pilgrim […]Read More
Nestled off the Peninsula Development road is the now almost forgotten town of Laura. While this sleeping hamlet may have handled over 20 000 passengers a year in the hey days of the Palmer River gold rush, today it boasts a pub a, police station and a not much more. It is truly a ‘blink […]Read More
Gloria Fletcher-James or Thanakupi, as she is known, is an a woman of enormous importance in Cape York Peninsula; a strong character who has encouraged others, developed programs and actively worked to sustain her indigenous culture, language and identity. Thanakupi is a distinguished ambassador, cultural educator and community elder and has also gained momentous […]Read More
I recognised her immediately, even though we had never met before. There was absolutely no mistaking her as she was the spitting image of her mother. Her warm brown eyes were a little wary at first, but very quickly softened and twinkled as she told me about the woman I had come to find out […]Read More
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