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Pemulwuy opening celebrates AHC’s 50th

The Pemulwuy opening on July 25 celebrated the Aboriginal Housing Company’s (AHC) 50th anniversary.

The Aboriginal flag flew above the Pemulwuy Business Hub and a new preschool on Caroline Street which sits opposite the art gallery exhibition of AHC history. The student housing delivered the project debt free. Ongoing income will come from the offices, childcare, gym and gallery.

Col James, the Sydney University academic and architect after whom the student housing is named, with Bob Bellear, Australia’s first Aboriginal judge, bid for the purchase of the first terraces on The Block.

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