Rhoda Roberts a coup appointment for Parrtijima

May 31, 2017

High-profile creative director Rhoda Roberts has been appointed curator of the second annual Parrtijima — A Festival in Light event in Alice Springs in September. Roberts will curate the program for the free public events […]

Determined Amelia eyes career in health care

May 31, 2017

SPONSORED CONTENT Inspired by her large family, her remote location and her kind heart, Amelia Chaquebor has chosen a career in health care. As a strong and passionate Kimberley woman, with Yawuru and Baardi Jawi […]

Kearah Ronan will use title to talk about issues

May 31, 2017

Twenty-four-year-old Yamatji woman Kearah Ronan was named Miss NAIDOC Perth at a gala event at Crown Perth last week. In her third year of a Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Development at Curtin University, […]

European art lovers flock to Indigenous creations

May 31, 2017

Europe has a great thirst for Indigenous Australian art, according to the curator of two major exhibitions on display in Paris and Geneva. The exhibitions at the Paris Aquarium and the award-winning Ethnographic Museum of […]

Hip kids hop to it at Kimberley Moon

May 31, 2017

Children from two remote communities in Western Australia’s north-west put the hip and the hop into the annual Kimberley Moon concert, warming up the crowd for rock legends Jimmy Barnes and Daryl Braithwaite. The children, […]

Former native title chief must repay Githabul

May 31, 2017

A former director of Githabul Nation Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC has been convicted of three charges of dishonestly misusing his position to gain a personal advantage, according to the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations. […]

This trio of legends takes some licking

May 31, 2017

They are the leaders who have made their stamp on Australia – literally. This week Professor Tom Calma, Dr Lowitja O’Donoghue and Dr Galarrwuy Yunupingu were immortalised on new Australia Post $1 commemorative stamps. Australia […]

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