Saturday, August 15, 2020

Tag: feature

New babies receive warm welcome to community in QLD

Queensland’s West Moreton Health has held their first Welcome Baby to Community ceremony, a contemporary take on the traditional Welcome to Country. The event welcomed...

‘I’m 74 this year and I’m still dancing!’

Please note, this piece contains the name of a person who has passed away. Driving out of Mudgee NSW, the mountains end and the land...

Young students educating others

SPONSORED: Daithi Wade is a year 8 student from Hale School. A Yawuru boy from Broome, he has relocated thousands of kilometers for a...

A young man’s quest to improve Indigenous health standards

SPONSORED: Yarlalu Thomas is a 21-year-old man from Warralong, a small Indigenous community 120kms southeast of Port Hedland and 50 kilometres north of Marble...

Laughter and deep reflection go hand in hand in this unique...

My Urrwai is a funny, unique & intimate show created by Deadly Funny Melbourne International Comedy Festival Award winner Ghenoa Gela Sponsored: Ghenoa reflects on...

Freshwater Tassy artist mesmerises with patterns from country

Former NAIDOC artist of the year Professor Wayne Quilliam is set to bring country, culture and spirit to the public in a series of...

New dancing ground on Darkinjung country

NAISDA Dance College has just celebrated the opening of Nhangara Barayi—a dancing ground linked to learning, community and storytelling. The opening took place on Darkinjung...