Thurston, Betts, Goolagong Cawley back yes vote in Indigenous voice pamphlet
Tennis legend and Wiradjuri woman Evonne Goolagong Cawley calls on Australians to ‘grab this moment with both hands’ in the official Indigenous voice referendum pamphlet. (Image credit: Darrian Traynor / Getty Images)
Sporting legends Johnathan Thurston, Eddie Betts and Evonne Goolagong Cawley have asked Australians to back the Indigenous voice, adding their names to the official referendum pamphlet to help make the case for a yes vote.
With the official pamphlet set to be published on Tuesday, the government says the Indigenous voice will “deliver better value for money” in Aboriginal affairs and be “a great unifying moment”, arguing in the yes essay inside the official referendum pamphlet that the commonwealth will make better decisions if it can hear directly from local communities.
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