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Steve Millington of Busselton, Western Australia loves to fly his twice-resotored Tiger Moth. (Image: courtesy of Steve Millington via ABC)

Steve Millington of Busselton, Western Australia loves to fly his twice-resotored Tiger Moth. (Image: courtesy of Steve Millington via ABC)

"I haven't really felt as confident with anything else as I do with football. It's something that comes naturally. I love the feeling that I get playing with my team, my mob and my girls. I feel like we're starting to change the way things are. Women didn't really play football and us girls are starting to lead the way." - Sophie Townsend, Plangermaireener woman from Burnie, Tasmania (Photo: ABC/Emilia Terzon)

"I haven't really felt as confident with anything else as I do with football. It's something that comes naturally. I love the feeling that I get playing with my team, my mob and my girls. I feel like we're starting to change the way things are. Women didn't really play football and us girls are starting to lead the way." - Sophie Townsend, Plangermaireener woman from Burnie, Tasmania (Photo: ABC/Emilia Terzon)

David Gulpilil Ridjimiraril Dalaithngu, is an Indigenous Australian traditional dancer and actor. His first starring role was in the film Walkabout in

Asylum seekers in western Sydney have been learning to surf at Bondi Beach. For some, it was their first time on any beach. (Image: ABC News/Mohamed Taha)

Asylum seekers in western Sydney have been learning to surf at Bondi Beach. For some, it was their first time on any beach. (Image: ABC News/Mohamed Taha)

"I lived in [the] jungle, no house, no warmth. Not enough rice, not enough water, not enough food, not enough clothes, not enough anything. My generation, my grandma, grandpa and my parents and me, we lived running all the time."  Gayhtoo Paw, from Myanmar (Burma), now lives in Albany, WA

"I lived in [the] jungle, no house, no warmth. Not enough rice, not enough water, not enough food, not enough clothes, not enough anything. My generation, my grandma, grandpa and my parents and me, we lived running all the time." Gayhtoo Paw, from Myanmar (Burma), now lives in Albany, WA

"A lot of people have forgotten how old our country is and how old our people are and the dreaming the stories and the songs that connect our country together." - Turtle of the Koomurri dance group spoke to Lateline in the wake of the Adam Goodes booing saga. (Image: ABC News/Jason Om)

"A lot of people have forgotten how old our country is and how old our people are and the dreaming the stories and the songs that connect our country together." - Turtle of the Koomurri dance group spoke to Lateline in the wake of the Adam Goodes booing saga. (Image: ABC News/Jason Om)

Farzana Hekmat and Tamkin Hakim features in the exhibition Adorned, by multimedia artist Liam Benson, who wanted to show the colour and character of western Sydney women. (Photo: Supplied/Liam Benson)

Farzana Hekmat and Tamkin Hakim features in the exhibition Adorned, by multimedia artist Liam Benson, who wanted to show the colour and character of western Sydney women. (Photo: Supplied/Liam Benson)

The Tin Horse Highway in the Wheatbelt town of Kulin in Western Australia is decorated with horses made from farmyard junk.

The Tin Horse Highway in the Wheatbelt town of Kulin in Western Australia is decorated with horses made from farmyard junk.

"When I saw the birds fly in the sky, it was a dream for me. I wondered if it was also possible for me to fly some day." - Latifa Nabizada, Afghanistan's first woman military helicopter pilot.    Read her inspirational story here: http://abc.net.au/news/2013-02-12/latifa-nabizada-mama-asia-afghanistan/4489756

"When I saw the birds fly in the sky, it was a dream for me. I wondered if it was also possible for me to fly some day." - Latifa Nabizada, Afghanistan's first woman military helicopter pilot. Read her inspirational story here: http://abc.net.au/news/2013-02-12/latifa-nabizada-mama-asia-afghanistan/4489756

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