Sunday, August 16, 2020

Tag: feature

Kimberley suffering from ‘funeral fatigue’, says culture group

The next Federal government — regardless of which political party it comes from — must act swiftly to address the alarming suicide rates of Indigenous...

While we celebrate, Jermaine fights on – with a little help...

Private Jermaine Stuart will be a long way from home during NAIDOC Week. The 21-year-old Adnyamathanha Yamitji man from the Flinders Ranges area of South...

Yirrkala festival goes off as boring people vote

Who cares about an election? Last Saturday, the first annual Yirrkala Yarrapay (Morning Star) Music & Dance Festival drew more than 2,000 people to the...

Get set for Garma’s biggest festival yet

From cultural traditions rarely seen outside remote communities to performances by the likes of Archie Roach, from forums on hot topics like Constitutional recognition...

From the nation’s heart to Hobart, hear the songs of central...

Hot on the heels of a Boomerang tour of Germany, the Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir is heading to Hobart. The choir, which toured Germany...

‘Alcohol numbed the pain in my spirit’; Kahl’s road to redemption

Kahl Wallis was preparing for his next gig and it wasn’t anywhere near a big city or music hot spot. It was in the isolated...

Indigenous candidates in record numbers for July 2 poll

Linda Burney rates her chances of picking up Barton. As one of a record number of Indigenous candidates in the July 2 federal poll, she...

Black, female, proud; the sweet ingredients of Honey’s success

A vital part of being a Honey is being able to think outside the box. Wild, crazy thoughts are encouraged. Kim “Busty Beatz” Bowers, for...