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Deadly way to learn about money

The Indigenous play Deadly Dollars is coming to Casino, Lismore and Ballina next week, with the play having already visited 64 Aboriginal communities around NSW since October last year.

Minister for Fair Trading Virginia Judge said this is the play's third season.

“It covers issues such as household spending, interest free deals, mobile phone bills and other credit matters.

“Performers interact with the audience to work out solutions to financial dilemmas that are then acted out.”

Deadly Dollars will be performed next Thursday, November 12, at the Casino Oaks Community Centre at 10am and at Lismore City Hall at 3.30pm; and on Friday, November 13, at the Ballina Jali LALC at 10.30am. Entry is free.


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