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SPONSORED: While COVID-19 restrictions ease across WA’s Kimberley region, Winun Ngari Aboriginal Corporation has been travelling to communities to educate and update residents. As part of their COVID-19 trip, Winun Ngari presented their COVID-19 video and education package to the communities’ members and visitors. After this trip, staff planned travels up to Kandiwal with Colin […]

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NSW, OPINION -

I remember freezing cold mornings in July when I’d climb off the bus at McGrane Oval for the sports carnival dressed head to toe in a violent blue. Our school teams were named after rivers; Bogan, Darling, Castlereagh and Macquarie. No matter what anyone tried, Macquarie would always take gold. Growing up in central west […]

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EDUCATION, Sponsored, WA -

SPONSORED: In 2019 MADALAH introduced a mentoring program which saw MADALAH Alumni and/or current tertiary students return to their secondary schools to mentor the 214 Year 7-12 students who were on a scholarship with us. Mentoring is a proven approach to drive learning and personal development, with other benefits including increased engagement and support (both […]

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EDUCATION, Sponsored -

SPONSORED: Generating true, meaningful and long-lasting societal change is an ideal that countless people across the national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community are working hard for every day. Across local community projects and national initiatives there has begun a growing and long overdue awareness from those outside of the community that First Nations people […]

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NEWS, NSW -

Australia’s Black Lives Matter Movement has prompted the New South Wales Parliament to launch a cross-party parliamentary inquiry into the processes involved in state investigations of deaths in custody. The motion, moved by the Greens party, acknowledged the “unacceptably high level of First Nations people in custody in New South Wales” and was amended by […]

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