1982 Australia One Dollar Note DPK88

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When you hold a note like this one and realise how beautifully it has been stored and preserved you get a true sense of timelessness. 

It is remarkable that it is still smelling like a new note as if only printed yesterday.

From the final year of paper note production there has never been a better time to get hold of this series.

Crisp, fresh paper, great colours and completely unblemished in every respect.

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History

Arnhem Land is also renowned for embracing the homeland movement, sometimes referred to as the Outstation movement.

A focus in recent years by governments about the ‘viability’ of the homelands has caused tensions and uncertainty within the Arnhem Land community.

In September 2008, then Darwin correspondent for The Age, Lindsay Murdoch wrote: “Elders tell of their fears that Yolngu culture and society will not survive if clans cannot continue to live on and access their land through homelands. They warn that if services are cut, many of the 800 people in the Laynhapuy homelands will be forced to move to towns such as Yirrkala on the Gove Peninsula, creating new law and order problems, while those who stay will be severely disadvantaged.”
In response to changes made by the Northern Territory government surrounding reduced support for the homelands in 2009, the Indigenous leader Patrick Dodson heavily criticised the Northern Territory Government’s controversial new policy on remote Aboriginal communities, describing it as a “die on the vine” plan that will “slowly but surely” kill Indigenous culture.

*All biographical details are taken from Wikipedia for education purposes only.

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