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  • Feb 22, 2012
  • 09:32 AM

Elders track lost Indigenous languages

Alice Roberts / ABC Online
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics over 250 Indigenous languages were spoken in Australia before white settlement, just over half of those still exist today. Sadly the majority of those remaining languages are considered critically endangered but there are moves to change that. Workshops aimed at teaching people about Indigenous languages are being held across central Queensland this year.

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