Wiradjuri man Bobby Whybrow responds to council approving Indigenous flags at Albury war memorial

Anthony Bunn
Updated June 29 2021 - 3:53pm, first published 3:30pm
Light on the horizon: The Albury war memorial will now be graced with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags after a debate among the community and council that extended over six months. Picture: MARK JESSER
Light on the horizon: The Albury war memorial will now be graced with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags after a debate among the community and council that extended over six months. Picture: MARK JESSER

A WIRADJURI man has welcomed Albury Council supporting the flying of Indigenous flags at the city's war memorial as a "proud day for Aboriginal people".

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Anthony Bunn

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