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Media Releases indexed by date
- Tahlia inspires Oprah 17 February 2009
To inspire one of the world's most inspirational women is no mean feat but a young Aboriginal girl from Mossman may have what it takes to draw Oprah Winfrey to Far North Queensland.
- Rripangu Yidaki Masterclass 11 February 2009
- INDIGENOUS PEOPLESâ€™ GLOBAL SUMMIT ON CLIMATE CHANGE 02 February 2009
The Inuit Circumpolar Council is hosting April 20-24, 2009 in Anchorage, Alaska a Global Summit on Climate Change that will bring together indigenous delegates and observers.
- Ante-Natal Post-Natal Care: Cairns 02 February 2009
New accommodation facility for Indigenous mothers. Expectant Indigenous mothers and their babies in North Queensland will have greater access to ante-natal and post-natal care at a new 24-bed accommodation facility in Cairns. The Australian Government has provided more than $5 million for the facility.
- NT Safe Houses 30 January 2009
Doors begin to open on safe places across the NT. The Australian and Northern Territory Governments today opened a women's safe house and a men's cooling off place in the remote community of Ngukurr, as part of a roll-out of 22 safe places across the Northern Territory as part of the Northern Territory Emergency Response. Ngukurr is one of 15 remote communities in the NT to receive safe places under a joint initiative between the Australian and Northern Territory Governments to improve the safety and protection of Indigenous children and their families.
- Ngarda Successful Again 16 December 2008
A consortium comprising Satterley Property, Leighton Contractors and Ngarda Civil and Mining has been announced as the preferred proponent to further investigate development of a 120ha parcel of land in Port Hedland.
- Traditional Knowledge Western Cape York Peninsula 11 October 2005
The Traditional Knowledge Recording Project (TKRP) has joined with people from western Cape York to ensure the rich heritage of the Wik language groups is preserved for the future. Using video cameras and a multi-media database, the knowledge of the elders will be recorded and catalogued in a manner that maintains the integrity of the culture’s oral traditions.
- Mouth-watering Bush Tucker 23 February 2005
Mouth watering bush foods and unique cooking styles are just two features of Goolarri television's exciting new Catch and Cook Series. Travel with local personalities from the Broome area as they hunt and prepare their favourite traditional foods with recipes that are tasty and good for you.
- Pathways to a stronger future in the East Kimberley 26 November 2004
East Kimberley's Wunan Foundation has just issued a new thought leadership series, Pathways. It's aim is to share the lessons and projects that it has developed over the past few years.
- Introducing Yachad 16 November 2004
The Yachad Accelerated Learning Project is designed to improve outcomes and address inequalities in Indigenous and Remote education. The Project leaders are Prof Marcia Langton AM of the University of Melbourne and Dr. Zane Ma Rhea of Monash University. Helene Teichmann of HTT Associates is the Convenor of the Yachad Accelerated learning Project.
- ISX the toast of Silicon Valley 11 November 2004
From over 600 nominations from 80 countries, the ISX has been awarded a prestigious tech award for economic development and becomes a laureate of the Tech Museum for 2004.
- Silicon Valley's Tech Museum Presented with Gifts from Kimberley Elders 11 November 2004
Silicon Valley's Tech Museum presented with one of the worlds great innovations a pair of Kimberley fighting boomerangs.
- Chairman Gerhardt Pearson's landmark speech on the ISX 26 October 2004
Chairman Gerhardt Pearson gave an important speech on the role of the ISX on October 5 in Melbourne.
- Garnduwa Amboorny Wirnan Kimberley Sport and Recreation 21 October 2004
We are delighted that along with the Clontarf Sporting Academy the mighty Garnduwa are sending a group of representatives to take part in the Yorta Yorta trading floor and sporting activities to follow. Garnduwa is the peak Indigenous sporting body in the Kimberley and is responsible for the development of local, regional, state and national participation in sport and recreational activities by indigenous people.
- Introducing the Clontarf Australian Football Academy 19 October 2004
We are proud that Clontarf Football Academy are sending 11 representatives to play a game against Rumbalara Football club on the 20th November as part of the Yorta Yorta trading floor. Here is some background on this mighty enterprise.
- Cape Transaction Centres the Missing Piece 17 June 2004
The delivery of transaction centres to Cape York communities is a vital component in the process of building the indigenous small business community of the region. Balkanu Cape York Development Corporation calls on the Federal Government to fast-track the processing of applications for Rural Transaction Centres (RTCs) to maximise their ability to leverage off other initiatives.
- Historic Cattle Alliance 15 June 2004
The historic meeting between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Pastoralists at the ISX on May 19 has led to a new alliance between the Northern Cattleman’s Alliance (NCA) and the Kimberley Aboriginal Pastoralists Association (KAPA).
- Small Business Blossoming in Cape York 15 June 2004
The indigenous small business sector in Cape York is experiencing a boom. The combination of years of preparation, specialised planning support, and the innovative mechanism of the Indigenous Stock Exchange