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Monthly Archives: September 2018

Light creates life: Adelaide Fringe centrepiece spectacular

The Torrens riverbank in Adelaide will light up with ancient Aboriginal stories throughout next year’s Adelaide Fringe. Reeds, grasslands and paths will be illuminated in...

‘I didn’t belong in the public service’ – scholarship recipient sets sights on rights

Five years ago, at the age of 50, Frederick Leftwich made a life-changing decision to leave his job of 27 years in the public...

New health clinic clicks into gear in Alice

People living in the north of Alice Springs will have access to a new clinic as primary health care service Central Australian Aboriginal Congress...
The Noongar Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Noongar business protocols underpin culturally-based chamber of commerce

Noongar businesses have banded together in what is being touted as Australia’s first culturally-based Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The Noongar Chamber of Commerce and...

Ancient outdoor art gallery a step closer to World Heritage listing

Murujuga in Western Australia’s north — home to the world’s highest concentration of rock art engravings — could join the pyramids of Giza, Stonehenge...

Damming the Fitzroy could lead to Murray-Darling Disaster, warn TOs

Traditional owners along Western Australia’s Fitzroy River are questioning figures in a major new report by CSIRO which could change the face of northern...

Sydney Uni appoints esteemed Aboriginal Deputy Vice Chancellor

Professor Lisa Jackson Pulver, the first known Aboriginal person to receive a PhD in medicine at the University of Sydney, has been appointed Deputy...

Perth catwalk showcases stunning Aboriginal design

Aboriginal design will be front and centre when models take to the catwalk at a free runway show at the Telstra Perth Fashion Festival...

Appointment of Abbott as envoy ‘disrespectful’ says peak rep body

The peak representative body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia says if new special envoy Tony Abbott wants their advice on...
Gurrumul

Giant Gurrumul mural to jazz up Darwin’s CBD at festival

A giant mural of the late music legend Dr Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu will take pride of place in this year’s Darwin Street Art Festival,...