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Macpherson Kelley attends GOONDEEN Book Launch

18 April 2018 Communications and Digital Marketing Executive Erin MacKinnon e: erin.mackinnon@mk.com.au d: 07 3235 0471 m: 0411 259 340
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Macpherson Kelley had the pleasure of attending the book launch of GOONDEEN. The book was launched today by QLD Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk at Old Government House.

The book’s title ‘Goondeen’, in Aboriginal terminology, refers to a person respected for their wisdom, gleaned from long experience; an elder who is listened to and their opinions shared and acted upon.

In the book, readers are introduced to three Goondeens: Uncle Albert Holt, a Murri man and champion of equality; Henry Palaszczuk, a migrant, former MP and community advocate; and Everald Compton, a successful businessman and social activist. The book invites you to learn more about who Goondeens are, what it takes to become on and, above all why Australia needs Goondeens.

Macpherson Kelley has proudly provided the strategic advice on the protection of the brand and associated livery and are in the process of securing registered trade mark rights.

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Macpherson Kelley attends GOONDEEN Book Launch

18 April 2018 Erin MacKinnon e: erin.mackinnon@mk.com.au d: 07 3235 0471 m: 0411 259 340

Macpherson Kelley had the pleasure of attending the book launch of GOONDEEN. The book was launched today by QLD Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk at Old Government House.

The book’s title ‘Goondeen’, in Aboriginal terminology, refers to a person respected for their wisdom, gleaned from long experience; an elder who is listened to and their opinions shared and acted upon.

In the book, readers are introduced to three Goondeens: Uncle Albert Holt, a Murri man and champion of equality; Henry Palaszczuk, a migrant, former MP and community advocate; and Everald Compton, a successful businessman and social activist. The book invites you to learn more about who Goondeens are, what it takes to become on and, above all why Australia needs Goondeens.

Macpherson Kelley has proudly provided the strategic advice on the protection of the brand and associated livery and are in the process of securing registered trade mark rights.