Everybody's talking 'bout it How'm I supposed to feel? I'd rather walk on lost and lonely Than hang around in fear I figure I'm a jigsaw puzzle They're taking pieces out of me Stuck me to a soggy coaster And cast away to sea
There's nothing quite like you Yeah you're no angel And no I can't afford ya Ask no question tell no lie
So have you had enough? Or maybe I'm just sick I pull you in a bluff Put my head under the sink I look into my eyes And no one is looking back at me And so we take it from the top We're living in a dream
"Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone who has supported us during 2016. The holiday period is a time for us to spend with family and to look after our children. To teach them our culture and to spend time in our cultural lands.
This year has been a year of great success for the Rirratjingu Aboriginal Corporation, for our businesses and the community programs that we have supported. During 2017 we will continue working with Charlie King's NO MORE Campaign AU to reduce violence against women, domestic and family violence and keep communities safe. We will continue our focus on the empowerment of our people and to build pride in our younger generations through sport, music and education, to lead our next generation to a greater future. We will continue to maintain our culture and share it with those across this great nation. We will create employment and training opportunities through our commercial success and we will look for solutions to improve the lives and living conditions of our people. We look forward to 2017 and we thank everyone who has contributed to our success during 2016. Merry Christmas to All! Take care. Ma!"
Bakamumu Marika Leader of the Rirratjingu Clan Chairman of the Rirratjingu Aboriginal Corporation
Day 6. Josh is going mad! He's got 10 passes to give away to one lucky person! All he needs you to do is tag 10 mates in the comments below, like and share this post! Good luck! Winner will be chosen at random.
One local construction worker says that while he isn’t up to date with his union fees - he knows his rights – and to make someone work an eight hour day this close to Christmas is completely ‘unfuckingAustralian’
University of Sydney students Emma Johnstone and James Leeder have outclassed hundreds of opponents from the likes of Oxford, Yale and Harvard to win the World University Debating Championships in the Netherlands.