Friday, November 15, 2019

Monthly Archives: June 2019

Former Njamal Managing Director acquitted of criminal stealing

Former Managing Director of Njamal Mining Pty Ltd Sharon Westerman has been acquitted of four counts of stealing as a servant at Perth’s Central Law Courts today. The verdict was delivered by Magistrate...

WA Government investigates unauthorised land clearing in the Kimberley

WA’s Ministers for Environment and Aboriginal Affairs have responded to questions about the unauthorised clearing of native vegetation at Yakka Munga Station by Shanghai...

Fusion of traditional knowledge and science helps protect monsoon vine thickets

Western Australian environmental organisation Environs Kimberley is integrating local Indigenous ecological knowledge with science to better its environmental upkeep projects. Project Officer Kylie Weatherall is...

Kimberley performer beats shame in the big smoke

Before Marlanie Haerewa came down to Perth from her hometown in the Kimberley, Derby, she felt a lot of shame around wanting to be...

Sunlight makes colours sing!

Mother-daughter duo Betty Chimney and Raylene Walatinna have been highly praised for their collaborative artwork Nganampa Ngura (Our Country) at the 2019 John Fries Award. From...

An unprecedented event—tailored to the unique needs of PBCs

Central Australia’s native title holders gathered together for the first time at Ross River Resort in the Northern Territory for the inaugural Prescribed Body...

NT residents fear fracking will imperil local enterprises

The Central Northern Territory community of Minyerri has declared itself a “No Go Zone” to fracking after protesting at being left out of the...

Murphy named in Wallaroos squad

Mahalia Murphy has been named in the Wallaroos squad to take on Japan in a two-game series next month, a year after losing her...

‘I’ve never seen a tighter group of footballers’

The Brumbies are the last Australian team standing in the Super Rugby competition and an eighth-straight win this weekend could see them host the...

How it feels to be a goalie in a penalty shootout

Lydia Williams hasn’t ruled out another World Cup appearance after the Matildas were bundled out of the 2019 event in France. Norway were clinical in...

Olympians and IMP team run side-by-side

Four Olympians have joined 2019’s group of Indigenous Marathon Project runners for the National Deadly Fun Run Championships. More than 150 people arrived in Uluru...

Bad luck comes, when you bulldoze boabs

Nyikina Traditional Owners have taken their complaint to the top and written to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples...