Michael Long is one of the most recognisable Indigenous figures in AFL football.
He has championed the Indigenous cause within the AFL. In 1995, Michael made a stand against racial abuse, following an on-field incident with another player, asserting that racism had no place in sport.
On 21 November 2004 Michael Long embarked an historic trek, walking from his home in the suburbs of Melbourne all the way to Parliament House in Canberra more than 650 kilometres away.
Six years on and the long walk charity is holding its first charity event – the Long Walk Women’s Luncheon – here in Adelaide next Friday.
Nunga Wangga’s Andrea Fraser had a chance to catch up with Project Manager, Kim Kruger, and found out more about the importance of such an event and how to get involved.
What would happen if time was entity that could be produced and stolen?
Emerging Playwright, Natalie Texler, talked to Jennie Lenman about her new play.
In the following interview, the rich, haunting sounds of ‘Clockwork Saloon’, a composition by Jessica Monck, can be heard followed by Natalie’s description of main character Tockie (daughter of the Creator and Destroyer of time) and the challenges she faces in the narrative.