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“F” for Fake and “M” for Money

By JOHN MOYLE A recent Federal Court decision has seen an Aboriginal tourist art supplier hit with a record $2.3 million fine. The case against Birubi Art Pty Ltd was brought by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission who accused the company of making misleading or false claims that many of its products were hand […]

"F" for Fake and "M" for Money

By JOHN MOYLE A recent Federal Court decision has seen an Aboriginal tourist art supplier hit with a record $2.3 million fine. The case against Birubi Art Pty Ltd was brought by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission who accused the company of making misleading or false claims that many of its products were hand […]

Aboriginal art for a good cause

BY JADE MORELLINI   Annandale Interiors are hosting an exhibition to raise money for the Motoca Art Bank Project on Wednesday 11th October at 6pm to 9pm. They will be showcasing the incredible artworks of Aboriginal artist Robyn Bulunu Mununggurr, with a limited number of her paintings for purchase. Full of beauty and colour, her […]

Charlie’s Country

This Australian film is the story of Charlie (David Gulpilil), an elderly aboriginal living in a remote community. He is unable to conform to change and is forced to live under the “whitefella way of thinking”. Charlie feels he is being stripped of his Aboriginal culture and ventures into the wilderness to live the "old […]