Wagga's Xya-Lilly McLauchlan took part in the project with her three siblings, each of whom created a portrait. Fun and games at the library- 24 January 9 January The initiative is funded through Multicultural NSW.
EALP teacher Kellie Chapman said classes were encouraged to think about their own heritage when they visited the display, whether their family had been in Australia for generations or not. Elizabeth Akoi fled South Sudan after conflict broke. Why country life can help grow your side hustle.
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Wagga Now delivers recommendations of outstanding local businesses. He went on to add that Cr Koschel's apology was "not a reset button" and only actions made it meaningful. Ms Hasan said many of her relatives remained in camps in Iraq and surrounding countries with little support, and she had not spoken to her grandmother for six years after she was kidnapped on the Black Day.