The Deadly Examiner a welcome initiative
YESTERDAY'S special The Deadly Examiner edition devoted to the Clarence Valley's indigenous communities received an overhelmingly positive response.
Special guest editor Janelle Brown was thrilled with how it presented after many people in the community worked together with The Daily Examiner to make it happen.
"I was wonderful to see so many positive stories about Aboriginal people," she said.
"I think it was a really good process with the community working together in partnership with The Daily Examiner."
Rebecca Stahlut: We need more of this in Australia!
Rachel Pitts: Fantastic initiative. Well done to those involved.
Robyn Holloway: This is so awesome. Well done Janelle and everyone else involved.
Janelle Brown: A big thank you to Dean Loadsman and Joanne Randall from the Clarence Valley Aboriginal Healing Centre for all their hard work, help and support in making the Deadly Examiner possible.
Vicki St Lawrence: A wonderful and informative read. Well done to The Daily Examiner for this initiative and to Janelle Brown and Lesley Apps for the ideas and bringing together of all the articles and contributors.
Rach Cav: Deadly! Well done Lesley and Janelle what great way to celebrate the Valley.
Rick Murray: Well done! This initiative is a great credit to you. Many interesting stories in there about aboriginal people, past and present.
Sheree Lloyd: Great to see thank you Daily Examiner.
Mark Conaghan: Brilliant!
Colin Dixon: Congratulations on producing today's Deadly Examiner. A fantastic initiative and hopefully not a one off.
Nick Inmon: Awesome work Lesley Apps. Can't wait to read it when I get to work. Congratulations to everyone involved.
Vicki St Lawrence: Thank you so much for this great edition!