Byron High students Hunter Mains and Kiahn Ladkin have been selected to join the 2018 NSW Public Schools Aboriginal Dance Company. Over 1,000 students applied to participate in the program statewide and only thirty children are selected for the Sydney-based workshop.
Formal exhibition of the draft Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Management Plan period has been extended until Friday 19 January.
Federal Community Children’s Centre is holding a Connecting to Country day to celebrate Aboriginal culture and respect for the environment on Sunday June 25 over 10am–2pm.
Funding available to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and Aboriginal people during NAIDOC week.
Deadly Dancers are celebrating their ten-year anniversary at NAIDOC week at Mullumbimby High School.
In a report to be tabled in Parliament today, the Acting NSW Ombudsman, Professor John McMillan, has recommended measures to ensure that government’s efforts to foster economic development for Aboriginal people in NSW are successful. ‘This report sets out the... Read More →
Tony Abbott’s brain snap describing the indigenous outstation movement was not only crass, unthinking and deeply offensive; it was just plain wrong, and wrong on a whole series of different levels, writes Mungo MacCallum.
Action group SOS Blak Australia is calling for a stop to the Western Australia government plans to close down remote Aboriginal communities. ‘We who live in the remoter areas of Australia do not believe it is a lifestyle choice but an... Read More →
The Echidna Dreaming Corroboree at Durrumbul Hall in Main Arm on Saturday drew hundreds to celebrate and learn from inspirational leaders and performers such as Kerrianne Cox, Archie Roach and many more.