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League of Legends - download the audio
15/04/2008
List of free audio for radio

Museum celebrates 100 years of rugby league
07/03/2008
A free exhibition celebrating the history of rugby league, League of Legends: 100 Years of Rugby League in Australia, will officially open at the National Museum of Australia on Friday, March 7, 2008.

Rugby League exhibition kicks off at Museum
07/03/2008
The National Museum of Australia in Canberra has opened an exhibition celebrating the history of Rugby League, League of Legends: 100 years of Rugby League in Australia. The free exhibition will be on display in Canberra until May 11 and travel to Brisbane, Sydney, Townsville and Melbourne.

Emily Kngwarreye exhibition opens in Japan
25/02/2008
The largest collection of works by an Australian artist to be exhibited outside Australia has gone on display at the National Museum of Art in Osaka, Japan until April 13, 2008.

National Museum to screen National Apology
12/02/2008
The apology by the Australian Government to the Stolen Generations will be shown on a big screen in the main hall at the National Museum of Australia tomorrow morning.

Papunya paintings prove popular with visitors
08/02/2008
Almost 50,000 people visited Papunya Painting: Out of the Desert, an exhibition that showcased a collection of colourful canvases from the early days of the Papunya Tula art movement, at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra.

Jimmy Little centre stage for Family Festival Day
24/01/2008
The shores of Lake Burley Griffin will come alive on Australia Day in celebration of Indigenous arts and culture with a free Family Festival Day at the National Museum of Australia from 10am to 3pm, Saturday January 26, 2008.

Emily exhibition to Osaka, Tokyo and Canberra
22/01/2008
The largest solo exhibition of an Australian artist to tour overseas, Utopia: the Genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye, will be on display at the National Museum of Australia in August 2008.

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