Saturday, August 15, 2020

Tag: feature

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...

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...

Stop work order issued to Shanghai Zenith over clearing of Nyikina...

WA’s Department of Water and Environmental Regulation has today issued a stop work order to Shanghai Zenith in response to their unauthorised land clearing...

BREAKING: Nyikina Traditional Owners protest land clearing on Yakka Munga Station

Fourteen Traditional Owners blocked the entrance gate to Yakka Munga Station today in protest of the unauthorised land clearing that has been undertaken by...

The Wadi Wadi Elder bringing out stories from the inside

The stories of those inside have been given voice by influential grassroots activist and Wadi Wadi Elder, Aunty Barbara Nicholson. A role model in community,...

Australia’s only national body for Indigenous Australians under administration

The National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples, the only national body representing Indigenous Australians, has entered voluntary administration due to a lack of funding. In...

Kutcha Edwards to perform during NAIDOC Week at Royal Botanic Gardens...

We acknowledge the Bunurong / Boon Wurrung Peoples, Traditional Custodians of the land on which Koolin-ik ba Kirrip-buluk (family and friends) event is held...

Beware the rookie on tour

The World Surf League is four events down and Soli Bailey is yet to find form in his first year on tour. He has won...

Sydney. Late June. Art lovers and buyers will have chance to...

This month Sydney will once again be hosting the National Indigenous Art Fair. It’s one of the largest markets of Aboriginal art in the country...

Skate camp sees stacks, ollies and steeze on the ramps

Fifteen First Nations kids have been treated to a week-long skateboarding camp in the Victorian Highlands. The camp, organised by Anglesea YMCA, was the...