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Musical theatre star takes centre stage with scholarship

Proud Gubbi Gubbi woman Sabre is no stranger to the spotlight and with a Young, Black and Proud Scholarship waiting in the wings, she’s ready to take centre stage with a career in musical theatre. She most recently performed at The J Theatre, Noosa Heads and The Events Centre, Caloundra, in a leading role in […]

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Young rugby league star shining in QMC

Self-confessed ‘main guy’ on our under 14s DC ATSICHS Murri Carnival team, hooker Tamarley Mooney is keen to get a few tries in at this year’s Queensland Murri Carnival. It’s his first carnival and he’s excited to get out on the field and show the crowd his skills. “I play hooker, which means I get […]

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Under 14s half-back a full team player

We’d like to introduce you to one of the stars of our under 14s DC ATSICHS Queensland Murri Carnival team, half-back Tidan Wright. Despite this being his first year at the QMC he’s no stranger to the field. He’s got a few years of rugby league experience under his belt and is keen to hit […]

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2022 Queensland Murri Carnival kicks off

The 2022 Queensland Murri Rugby League Carnival is underway and the competition is heating up. Held at the Redcliffe Dolphins Moreton Daily Stadium, this year’s QMC is bigger and better than ever. Our ATSICHS Brisbane teams are ready to get some tries on the board. Browns Plains Community Liaison Officer and coach of our under 14s […]

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Netball players wanted for Deadly Choices teams

Netball registrations now open! Are you a netball superstar? Registrations are now open for the Deadly Choices Shield (Years 7-9) and Cup (Years 10-12) teams in the Origin Energy Vicki Wilson Championship. The Origin Energy Vicki Wilson Championship is THE premier netball competition for secondary schools across Queensland. It brings together the state’s strongest talent […]

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Meet Deadly Choices Officer Jess

Proud Guru-Gulu Gungandji (Green Island) and Torres Strait Islander woman Jess is one of our fantastic Deadly Choices Officers. She’s passionate about keeping mob healthy and happy. What inspired you to start work in your sector? I’ve always had a passion and interest in health, which led me to start a Degree in Biomedical Science […]

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Indigenous dancing star recognised with scholarship

Proud Kamilaroi woman Ashley George is dancing her way into success, winning a Young, Black and Proud arts scholarship. Ashley’s been dancing since she was a child, and it’s one of her great passions in life. Today she is a performer, choreographer and teacher. She’s also currently studying for ballet teaching qualifications at the Royal […]

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Meet our 2021 Young, Black and Proud Scholarship Winners

Our Young, Black and Proud Scholarship program supports and celebrates our young mob who exhibit outstanding talent in the arts, sport or academic fields. We celebrated our deadly scholarship recipients with an official presentation at the State Library of Queensland.

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