Mornington Island's beef revival plan

By Sally Cripps
Updated August 21 2015 - 2:58pm, first published May 30 2015 - 3:00am
Mornington Shire Council mayor Bradley Wilson Mornington Shire Council mayor Bradley Wilson likened Senator Barry O'Sullivan to a boomerang that came back when he presented him with a Bentick Island spear to thank him for making good on his promise to direct government attention to the remote aboriginal community.
Mornington Shire Council mayor Bradley Wilson Mornington Shire Council mayor Bradley Wilson likened Senator Barry O'Sullivan to a boomerang that came back when he presented him with a Bentick Island spear to thank him for making good on his promise to direct government attention to the remote aboriginal community.

A CATTLE business offering economic foundations and training opportunities for young people could be revived on Mornington Island, following a visit by four senators to the remote indigenous community last week.

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