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Sponsored, WA -

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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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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OPINION, WA -

Many were, and continue to be, dumbfounded by the historically untrue and ignorant statements coming from Prime Minister Scott Morrison these past weeks. Indicating Australia is an equal country not experiencing similar issues to the United States and claiming slavery didn’t exist are two such sentiments that make it obvious Morrison needs a bit of […]

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NEWS, WA -

The Aboriginal Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Limited (ABC Foundation) has collaborated with community-based partners in Western Australia’s Gascoyne and Midwest regions to deliver emergency relief in the midst of COVID-19 restrictions. Previous to COVID-19, Carnarvon and Meekatharra had been identified by West Australian Council of Social Services (WACOSS) as areas of high food stress; stress which […]

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NEWS, WA -

At least 10,000 people gathered in full force at Perth’s Langley Park over the weekend to rally against the treatment of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC), brought about by the murder of African-American man, George Floyd. Enduring wind, rain and shine, protestors seemed unphased by the somewhat chaotic weather, banding together to unite […]

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