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While many Indigenous languages are disappearing, one has more speakers than ever

Kriol, a new Indigenous language, is spoken by more than 20,000 people in northern Australia - and that number is growing.

In Ngukurr, a remote Aboriginal town in the Northern Territory, little remains of the area’s seven traditional languages.

  • Rosemary Bolger
  • SBS News

Like hundreds of languages once spoken across Australia, colonisation…

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