Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Monthly Archives: October 2016

Hot Brown Honey slides back into town

They’re back. After performing at the UK’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, burlesque troupe Hot Brown Honey and their talking beehive will take on the Arts Centre...

NT must act to protect women and kids, says Alice Springs shelter

The Alice Springs Women’s Shelter has demanded the NT Government urgently implement legislative and policy changes recommended by Coroner Greg Cavanagh to help protect...

Warlpiri dancers to showcase Australia’s common ground

The Lajamanu Warlpiri people of the Central Desert hope to show Australia through dance that their sacred story and the Australian Coat of Arms...

Ochre reflects ‘excitement and danger of our cultural mix’

Take Indigenous dance cultures, add world dance techniques from India and New Zealand and a dash of classical Western dance and you have Ochre...

Finally, some federal focus on Kimberley suicide epidemic

Talks to tackle escalating suicide rates in Western Australia’s Kimberley will be held in the coming weeks, the Federal Government said today. A spokesperson for...

Exclusive; Burney, Mundine clash over violence in Indigenous communities

The first Indigenous woman elected to the House of Representatives, Linda Burney, has unloaded on the Prime Minister’s chief Indigenous adviser Warren Mundine, saying...

Hamling gets the better of Buddy as underdogs take home flags

Disney didn’t lie; fairy tales apparently do come true. And so congratulations if you’re a Western Bulldogs or a Cronulla Sharks fan. In a magical...