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Celebration of Indigenous culture at Act Belong Commit Bunuru Festival
The Noongar season of Bunuru, known as ‘the second summer’ in February and March, are typically the hottest months of the year i...
Dianne Bortoletto 11 Feb 2024
Early registrations open for key Aboriginal Housing and Homelands Conference
Early registrations are open for the second Aboriginal Housing and Homelands Conference in Mparntwe (Alice Springs), to be held...
Dechlan Brennan 29 Jan 2024
Survival Day / Invasion Day 2024: a guide to events across the country
January 26 will see rallies, smoking ceremonies, concerts and mourning ceremonies across the country in a call for a new nationa...
Dechlan Brennan 25 Jan 2024
National Indigenous Art Fair to showcase nation's diverse Aboriginal culture
Back for its fourth season with a new festival program packed with Indigenous art, design, food and cultural performances, the N...
Rhiannon Clarke 30 Jun 2023
Lugger Bort tells story of seafaring Elders at Cairns Indigenous Art Fair
The Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) will highlight two satellite exhibitions at Tanks Arts Centre and Courthouse Gallery ahead...
Rhiannon Clarke 30 Jun 2023
Parramatta Park full of music, food and dance for Burramatta NAIDOC Day

Burramatta NAIDOC Day will return for another year at Parramatta Park for a free day of First Nations music, food, dance and tradition. Eventgoers will be able to enjoy live music...

Emma Ruben Jun 30, 2023
ProppaNOW First Peoples collective wows Sydney

The First Peoples collective proppaNOW is making a splash in Sydney.  The National Art School (NAS) is proud to present a major exhibition of new and recent works by the Meanjin/B...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 23, 2023
Unveiling architectural design's role in culture, economy and sustainability

From June 9 to June 23 this year, the Asia Pacific Architecture Festival (APAF) has graced the city of Brisbane once again. The eagerly anticipated event is a collaborative effort...

Joseph Guenzler Jun 20, 2023
Protest at WA Parliament calls for long-overdue Stolen Generations redress scheme

Protesters gathered outside of Parliament House in Boorloo/Perth Tuesday afternoon calling for compensation for Stolen Generations survivors.  Noongar Elder Jim Morrison said the...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 14, 2023
Barunga Festival: celebrating the 35th anniversary of the landmark Barunga statement

The Barunga Festival is celebrating their 35th anniversary of the landmark Barunga statement this weekend.  The Barunga statement is an important movement in Australian history as...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 10, 2023
First Nations designers and local Indigenous models dazzle in Boorloo

Native Threads, curated by Karla Hart, showcased creative, vibrant, and authentic beauty grown out of the Indigenous community as designers unveiled their latest creations in Boorl...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 7, 2023
Noongar and Wongi woman Cherralee Mary-Jane Clark crowned Miss NAIDOC 2023

Noongar and Wongi woman Cherralee Mary-Jane Clark has been crowned Miss NAIDOC 2023.  The event, hosted Saturday night at Perth Crown Casino, saw Ms Clark, 23, take home the title...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 6, 2023
Proud Noongar man Kienan Davis crowned Mr NAIDOC of 2023

Proud Noongar man Kienan Davis has been crowned Mr NAIDOC, 2023.  Mr Davis is the second person to take home the title of Mr NAIDOC, with the category being introduced last year. ...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 6, 2023
Walking the path to support the Voice to Parliament and Reconciliation

Boorloo (Perth) community members got together Friday morning to participate in cultural immersion activities and learn more about the importance of the Voice to Parliament at Kaar...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 3, 2023
Mr and Miss NAIDOC Perth showcases outstanding young West Australians

As the crowning of Mr and Miss NAIDOC Perth approaches fast, meet the 2023 finalists and hear their inspiring stories.    Sacha Ogilvie Sacha Ogilvie. Image: Supplied by Perth...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 2, 2023
Meet the inspiring 2023 Mr NAIDOC Perth finalists

In only its second year, Mr NAIDOC Perth is an Empowerment and Leadership program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Perth from 18 to 30 years of age. As the crow...

Rhiannon Clarke May 31, 2023
NAIDOC Perth Awards honour outstanding achievement in WA's Indigenous communities

The recent NAIDOC Perth Awards honoured a remarkable line up of extraordinary Indigenous people in Western Australia. Female Elder of the Year:   Jane Jones is a proud Nyoongar w...

Rhiannon Clarke May 27, 2023
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander veterans to be honoured at Sydney service

The 17th Annual Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Servicemen and Servicewomen Commemoration Service will honour Indigenous veterans Friday, 26 May, in Sydney.The ceremony will...

Giovanni Torre May 25, 2023
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