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ANAIWAN LANGUAGE CLASSES LAUNCHED TO REVIVE TRADITIONAL TONGUE

The Anaiwan language is one of the oldest in the world, and sadly, one of the first to disappear after European colonisation.

But Armidale’s indigenous community is determined to revive its traditional tongue.

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About Olivia Portell

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Olivia began working as a journalist with NBN in Tamworth in May 2018. Born and bred in the North West, Olivia grew up in Armidale, before moving to Newcastle in to study a Bachelor of Communication.

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