Indigenous women giving crocodile industry more bite - ABC Local
Indigenous women giving crocodile industry more biteABC LocalThe crocodile industry in the Arnhem Land community of Maningrida is going from strength-to-strength, thanks to some help from the Northern Territory's Rural Woman of the Year. Since winning the award last year, Giovanna Webb has been working to get ...
Rosalind Appleby The West Australian March 10, 2014, 8:07 am - The West Australian
The West AustralianRosalind Appleby The West Australian March 10, 2014, 8:07 amThe West AustralianThe concert profiled Gurrumul's life and music using multimedia narration from his clan members in north-east Arnhem Land. On a large screen we watched dances depicting the snake, wildcat and crocodile and heard stories about Macassan traders and the ...and more »
Australian PM to spend a week on Outback Aboriginal land to focus on ... - The Republic
The AgeAustralian PM to spend a week on Outback Aboriginal land to focus on ...The RepublicAbbott announced his trip to remote East Arnhem Land, set for later this year, in a speech to Parliament when he delivered the government's annual update on the state of Aboriginal affairs. He said Australia was not on track to achieve important ...Indigenous jobs secure at Gove: PMNEWS.com.auAustralia: PM Abbott to spend week in aboriginal settlementeuronewsall 217 news articles »
Aboriginal communities targeted in money scam - ABC Message Stick
Aboriginal communities targeted in money scamABC Message StickA phone scam is targeting Indigenous people in the remote Arnhem Land region of the Northern Territory, and it is estimated tens of thousands of dollars have been stolen. Author and long-time Arnhem Land resident Richard Trudgen has been investigating.and more »
Ketchikan teen plays…a didgeridoo? - KRBD
KRBDKetchikan teen plays…a didgeridoo?KRBD“She's definitely improved a lot,” Keelan said. “It went from a semi obnoxious noise, to be honest, to something we all enjoy hearing.” The didgeridoo is over 1,000 years old. It's still used to accompany song and dance in the Arnhem Land region of ...
Huge tract of Australia in 'biggest ever drought' - Channel News Asia
Channel News AsiaHuge tract of Australia in 'biggest ever drought'Channel News AsiaKnarled remains of a mangrove are seen after drought ravaged Gayngaru wetlands of Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, in 2005. (AFP/File - Torsten Blackwood). Enlarge; Caption. SYDNEY: The Australian state of Queensland is in the grip of its most ...and more »
11-year-old saves toddler after seeing CPR on TV - NEWS.com.au
11-year-old saves toddler after seeing CPR on TVNEWS.com.auCoincidentally a first-aid program was being delivered in the community through the Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation by Remote Area First Aid the day before the near drowning occurred. Lucas Dhurrkay. A relieved Janita with her son Lucas ...
Top End dancers, Djuki Mala, take the show on the road for national tour - Herald Sun
Top End dancers, Djuki Mala, take the show on the road for national tourHerald SunBefore the journey starts, preparations are taking place at home on the remote island, 550km northeast of Darwin in East Arnhem Land, and there's a lot of new choreography for the dancers to master. Producer and director Joshua Bond is sympathetic to ...CHOOKY DANCERS MIXING THE TRADITIONAL WITH THE MODERNQNewsall 2 news articles »
Remote NT fishing operation takes delivery of Bar Crusher fleet - Marine Business
Remote NT fishing operation takes delivery of Bar Crusher fleetMarine Business“Having operated Darren's Northern Territory Barra Safaris for over 15 years, Darren knows what he wants and needs in a boat,” Cleland said. “With the new operation based in remote Arnhem Land, those requirements are stepped-up yet another level.and more »