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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 1 September 2016 of The Guardian Australia est. 2013 The Guardian Australia
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Yamandhu Marang? Language Does Not Belong to People, It Belongs to Country, Monica Tan , single work column
'It was a language that almost died but the efforts of a community – and one man – have brought Wiradjuri back to life.'
Sisters Grimm : Our Path to Success Isn't Available to Theatre's Next Generation, Jane Howard , single work column
'The theatre renegades have spent 10 years rising through the ranks. But the spaces where they cut their teeth are ‘going dark’'
Nauru Files 'An Extraordinary Trove of Short Stories', Says Richard Flanagan, Lucy Clark , single work column
'‘I suspect they will continue to be read in coming decades and even centuries,’ Man Booker prize-winning author says.'

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