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Bunbury Noongar language hub poll pledge

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A Noongar Language Hub could be back in Bunbury, after the Labor Party announced a $50,000 election promise to establish a new service.

Bunbury MLA Don Punch announced a re-elected Labor Government would provide funding to bring an Indigenous language service back to the South West after the former Noongar Language Centre moved to Perth in mid-2019.

Camera IconBunbury MLA Don Punch and Culture and Arts Minister David Templeman with Wardandi Miya-K Kaadajiny Aboriginal Corporation representatives. Credit: Ailish Delaney / South Western Times/Ailish Delaney

Wardandi Miya-K Kaadajiny Aboriginal Corporation CEO Charmaine Councillor has been working to deliver Indigenous language education and welcomed the funding commitment.

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