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Indi Kindi expands to Tennant Creek

By MARK SMITH Leading not-for-profit Aboriginal early years initiative, Indi Kindi will expand into new Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory, including Tennant Creek as part...

John Moriarty: My mother found me in Alice Springs

2624 Moriarty Qantas SMUniversity graduate, soccer star, activist, senior public servant and successful businessman: Removed child John Moriarty rose to the top of Australia's public life, with Alice Springs at the crossroads of his extraordinary achievements. MARK J SMITH chronicles them. Photo: John and Ros Moriarty with the Qantas Dreamliner whose livery their company created. Two-time Brownlow Medallist Adam Goodes is in the centre.

The Boys who made the Big Time

 

 

Some of The Boys who came from the bush and made their mark in the nation, with TLC from Father Percy Smith and Mrs Smith: Bill "Buckshot" Espie (2nd from left). Middle row: Vince Copley, Charlie Perkins, Ernie Perkins (the other two unidentified). Front row: Brian Butler, John Smith (unsure). Help us fill in the gaps! Report by ERWIN CHLANDA.

 

PHOTOS UPDATE: Readers have now provided more names! See comments.

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