Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Tag: spotlight

Sensational art spree over five full days in Cairns

Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) wrapped up its tenth anniversary over the weekend after a five-day Art Fair and Market with art, music, storytelling,...

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...

Starting Blocks – your first step into early childhood education and...

SPONSORED: Scientists have found children's brains grow fast from birth to age five years, learning lots. Quality early childhood education and care shapes a child’s...

Kirli Saunders bares us to bright moments in debut poetry collection

‘Poems made him conscious of his breathing. A poem bared the moment to things he was not normally prepared to notice.’ – Don DeLillo, Cosmopolis Kirli...

Eumeralla, a war requiem for peace

SPONSORED: Deborah Cheetham and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Deborah Cheetham AO, composer and acclaimed Yorta Yorta soprano has written Australia’s first requiem based on the Resistant...

Which political party will best champion Indigenous Australia?

Election wrap 2019: what each major party will do for Indigenous Australians Still not sure who to vote for this coming Saturday? With the federal...

‘Aboriginal kids in out-of-home care are the most vulnerable children in...

There are very few people whose presence can bring a room to standstill, there are very few people who take a crowd from tears...

Young Matildas’ Shay Evans thanks Moriarty Foundation for kickstarting career

Northern Territory football prodigy Shay Evans has helped the Young Matildas qualify for the Asian Federation Cup (AFC). The 17-year-old is in Myanmar on her...