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Why Dean Foley wants to be the voice of change for Gunnedah's Aboriginal community

Rachel Clark
Updated February 18 2024 - 7:35am, first published 5:45am
Gunnedah-born Dean Foley wants to bring a fresh perspective to the Red Chief Aboriginal Land Council in Gunnedah. Picture supplied.
Gunnedah-born Dean Foley wants to bring a fresh perspective to the Red Chief Aboriginal Land Council in Gunnedah. Picture supplied.

Gunnedah-born Dean Foley says the upcoming NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) election is an opportunity for change.

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Rachel Clark

Rachel Clark

Journalist

Rachel is a journalist at the Northern Daily Leader, covering education, politics, environment, and features. Have a tip? rachel.clark@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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