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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... no. 473 7 April 2010 of Koori Mail est. 1991 Koori Mail
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Salute to a Hero, single work obituary
'About 1500 people including family, friends and a veritable who's who of Australian politics attended the state funeral of charismatic Aboriginal activist Charles 'Chicka' Dixon at Sydney Town Hall last Wednesday.' Source: Koori Mail 7 April (2010): 1
(p. 1)


  • portrait of funeral attendees
  • portait of Chicka Dixon
Fine Farewell for Elder Statesman, Kirstie Parker , single work obituary
'The state funeral of charismatic Aboriginal activist Charles 'Chicka' Dixon was held at Sydney Town Hall last Wednesday.' Source: Koori Mail 7 April (2010): 10
(p. 10-11)
Note: Includes portraits of funeral attendees
What Becomes of Us Now?i"So what becomes of us now,", Daniel Davis , single work poetry (p. 23)
An Elder's Passingi"The library of this land", Jonathan Hill , single work poetry (p. 23)
May You Return Home Safely (Pemuluy)i"I don't know how to spell his", single work poetry (p. 27)
What ifi"What if could breathe under", Dylan Gibson , single work poetry (p. 27)
Mei"They called me names when I", Linda Atkinson , single work poetry (p. 27)
French Prize for McLaren, single work column (p. 47)
Note: Includes portrait of Philip McLaren
Entries Open for Rich Literary Awards, single work column
"Australian authors and publishers of books published in 2009 are being encouraged to enter the third annual Prime Minister's Literary Awards, the nation's richest literary prize.' Source: Koori Mail 7 April (2010): 47
(p. 47)
Audience Loves Aunty Maggie, single work column
'Aboriginal film Aunty Maggie and the Womba Wakgun took out the award for Best Australian Film atthe recent 2010 Heart of Gold International Flim Festival in Gympie, north of Brisbane.' Source: Koori Mail 473 (2010): 48
(p. 48)
Got Literary Talent? Magabala Wants You, single work column
'Magabala Books is seeking manuscripts and artwork from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers, storytellers, illustrators and or graphic designers.' Source: Koori Mail 473 (2010): 48
(p. 48)
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