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   Rhiannon Clarke   

Rhiannon Clarke is Banjima, Yamaji and Gunditjamara Journalist from Western Australia. Working for National Indigenous Times, Rhiannon covers a variety of stories from arts, entertainment, and all things related with Indigenous people in film. Rhiannon started working for NIT in 2022, after finishing her studies at SAE Institute where she gained a bachelor’s degree in film.
Prize-winning art celebrates the resilience of First Nations by reclaiming 'Flawed' Aboriginal word dictionary
Gulumerridjin (Larrakia), Wardaman and KarraJarri Saltwater artist Jenna Lee has...
Rhiannon Clarke 18 Apr 2024
Cleveland Dodd inquest: detainees were denied medication if they exhibited violent behaviour
Correctional staff refrained from providing medication to young detainees who ha...
Rhiannon Clarke 11 Apr 2024
Spotlight on Indigenous officers in latest season of Our Law
The groundbreaking NITV documentary series Our Law will in its latest season inv...
Rhiannon Clarke 11 Apr 2024
Cleveland Dodd inquest: Nurse describes Unit 18 as 'inhumane' and a 'war zone'
Cleveland Dodd was just 16 years old when he was discovered unresponsive in his...
Rhiannon Clarke 10 Apr 2024
Cleveland Dodd inquest hears Unit 18 officer was previously investigated for not fulfilling his duties
During the coronial inquest into the death of Cleveland Dodd - the first juvenil...
Rhiannon Clarke 8 Apr 2024
Fremantle says it's time for truth-telling
Approximately two hundred people were present at the launch of the City of Frema...
Rhiannon Clarke 7 Apr 2024
Cleveland Dodd threatened self harm eight times on the night he took his own life, inquest reveals
On the first day of the inquest into the death of Cleveland Dodd, Counsel Assist...
Rhiannon Clarke 3 Apr 2024
Cleveland Dodd's family and supporters march for answers ahead of inquest
The family of a 16-year-old boy who tragically became the first youth to pass aw...
Rhiannon Clarke 3 Apr 2024
Family of Cleveland Dodd hopes inquest brings justice, overhaul of youth justice system
The family of 16-year-old Cleveland Dodd, who tragically took his own life while...
Rhiannon Clarke 2 Apr 2024
Art with the Stars exhibition a window into the perspectives of young Aboriginal artists
Shooting Stars participants from various schools across WA will have collections...
Rhiannon Clarke 29 Mar 2024
'Stories of the Tanganekald' - new book celebrates Ngarrindjeri cultural heritage
Inspired by the late Ngarrindjeri Elder Milerum (Clarence Long), Stories of the...
Rhiannon Clarke 26 Mar 2024
Yirra Yaakin Theatre introduces three captivating new productions in 2024
In the coming months prominent Aboriginal performing arts group, Yirra Yaakin Th...
Rhiannon Clarke 25 Mar 2024