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A groundbreaking tenure that evolved Noongar culture
As the sun set on Iain Grandage's transformative tenure as artistic director of Australia's longest-running cultural festival th...
David Prestipino 14 Feb 2024
Environmental rule changes also on horizon for critical minerals sector
Impending environmental regulatory changes in the oil and gas industry look set to extend to producers of critical minerals to h...
David Prestipino 29 Jan 2024
Legendary musician William Barton headlines Parramatta's epic symphony concert
Peerless yidaki performer and world-renowned composer William Barton will headline an epic Sydney Symphony Under the Stars lineu...
David Prestipino 20 Jan 2024
Newcastle's biggest reconciliation event Ngarrama returns stronger than ever
Thousands are expected to sit and reflect on traditional life before 1788 as a popular reconciliation event returns to Newcastle...
David Prestipino 13 Jan 2024
Broome frothing as Spinifex opens Cable Beach brewery
The doors to the Kimberley's biggest hospitality venue in more than 30 years have opened.Broome-based Spinifex Brewing, co-found...
David Prestipino 5 Jan 2024
Traditional Owners strike cultural heritage deal with embattled Sandfire Resources

Traditional Owners have received an apology from Sandfire Resources amid a government probe into whether its destruction of two Aboriginal artefact sites in Western Australia breac...

David Prestipino Dec 22, 2023
Traditional Owners guide new Pacific coral reef monitoring system

The ecological expertise of Indigenous groups across Queensland will help guide sustainable management of natural resources across Australia and the wider Pacific region in a new g...

David Prestipino Dec 21, 2023
Legal loophole could save Sandfire over destruction of Aboriginal artefacts

The WA Government's probe into Sandfire Resources over the destruction of Indigenous cultural artefacts will likely be thwarted by a statute of limitations law.  The copper miner...

David Prestipino Dec 13, 2023
Traditional Owners want Sandfire CEO sacked, restitution after artefacts destroyed

Traditional Owners of Indigenous cultural sites in the Mid West that were destroyed by a copper miner but not reported for five years have called for restitution over the incident....

David Prestipino Dec 4, 2023
Miner lambasted over destruction of Indigenous artefacts

Sandfire Resources will be investigated after confirming it had destroyed Aboriginal artefacts over several years at the Monty deposit within its DeGrussa operations, 150km north o...

David Prestipino Dec 1, 2023
Yothu Yindi performance electrifies Australian music royalty

A stirring two-song live performance from Yothu Yindi was the highlight of an all-star concert featuring a who's who of Australian music paying tribute to Mushroom records. The Mu...

David Prestipino Nov 27, 2023
Indigenous arts centre reopens bigger and better in Fed Sqaure

Melbourne's position as a leading promoter of Indigenous culture across the nation's capital cities has been cemented with the reopening of the newly-named and expanded Birrajung B...

David Prestipino Nov 25, 2023
More unique Indigenous tourism offerings on the horizon

With tens of thousands of years of rich Indigenous history and culture to discover, local tourists have been urged to leave their passports gathering dust and appreciate the expans...

David Prestipino Nov 13, 2023
Master chef urges Indigenous native food businesses to get slice of $80million pie

Masterchef fan favourite and leading Indigenous chef Mindy Woods says Australia's First Nations native food industry has a massive opportunity to take ownership of growing interest...

David Prestipino Nov 10, 2023
In-demand First Nations tourism sector gets $6million federal boost

More than 100 First Nations tourism businesses will share in $6 million of new federal government funding to support the growing sector. With international visitor numbers rising...

David Prestipino Nov 6, 2023
$US460,000 grant will help foster global Indigenous relations

The Native Nations Institute in Arizona has received a three-year, $US460,000 ecosystem grant to increase its skillbase and capacity to help engage with other First Nations people...

David Prestipino Nov 3, 2023
Southern Blast: Locals step up fight against seismic blasting

Locals in the south-west of Victoria are rallying against the use of seismic blasting by oil and gas companies, after a suite of proposals to conduct seismic surveys in coastal wat...

David Prestipino Oct 14, 2023
Aboriginal Elders suspend Rio Tinto site survey over heritage concerns

Traditional Owners have halted a heritage survey on Rio Tinto's Brockman Syncline project in the Pilbara after blasting impacted an Indigenous rock shelter. The Muntulgura Guruma...

David Prestipino Oct 11, 2023
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