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Biloela asylum seeker family daughters enjoy first day of school after 


Tamil family daughters enjoy their first day of school in Queensland after they spent two years detained on Christmas Island

  •  Tamil asylum-seeker family’s girls are all on smiles on their first day at school
  •  Family friend tweets ‘they loved it’ as the girls look adorable in blue uniforms
  •  Nadesalingams settling back into Biloela after dramatic four-year battle to stay
  •  After being denied refugee status they spent two years on Christmas Island

They could be any other Aussie school kids but the beaming smiles on the faces of Kopika and Tharnicaa Nadesalingam reflected a special joy at attending their first day of school. 

It’s the type of normalcy that is a far cry from the two years they spent with their parents Nades and Priya as the only…



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