ABORIGINAL CAREERS... PIRSA senior fisheries officer and trainee coordinator Deryck Donovan, compliance support officers Joshua Smith, Cobi Lovett, Bronson Laughton and Delahay Miller are happy to offer the Aboriginal Fisheries Officer Careers Pathway Program, which aims to build stronger relationships between traditional land owners and the government. Mr Donovan and Mr Smith will attend Gynburra 2018 at Port Victoria. ABORIGINAL CAREERS... PIRSA senior fisheries officer and trainee coordinator Deryck Donovan, compliance support officers Joshua Smith, Cobi Lovett, Bronson Laughton and Delahay Miller are happy to offer the Aboriginal Fisheries Officer Careers Pathway Program, which aims to build stronger relationships between traditional land owners and the government. Mr Donovan and Mr Smith will attend Gynburra 2018 at Port Victoria.

PIRSA representatives headed for Gynburra

PIRSA representatives are excited to be attending Gynburra 2018 at Port Victoria this long weekend.

Senior fisheries officer and trainee coordinator Deryck Donovan will attend all three days while PIRSA traditional fisheries manager Shane Holland will attend on Friday, January 25.

The representatives will provide information about PIRSA’s Aboriginal Fisheries Officer Careers Pathway Program, which Narungga man and past Clem Graham Senior Memorial Butterfish Competition winner Joshua Smith has joined.

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