ALNF wins Living First Language Platform award in Texas

ALNF so excited that the Living First Language Platform was a winner at the 2019 Innovation Awards in Austin, Texas today. Receiving this international recognition is a win for First Languages in Australia, with the potential to impact individuals and communities across the globe. ALNF is incredibly honoured to be a...

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Beer made from Boab tree!

Boab beer maker among Indigenous business owners tasting success in WA’s Kimberley Rhiannon ShineSun 11 Nov 2018, 5:30 AM AEDT ABC Kimberley PhotoRobert Dann has recently added beer and ginger beer to the range of products he’s making using boab nuts. ABC Kimberley: Rhiannon Shine An Aboriginal entrepreneur who is...

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Singing the Archive – presenting Ara Irititja

Singing the Archive – presenting Ara Irititja Rene Kulitja and Linda Rive with John Dallwitz and Susan Lowish   Rene Kulitja preparing for her presentation at the International Australian Studies Association (InASA) Conference at Notre Dame University, Fremantle, 8 December 2016. She is decorated with Pukara Tjukurpa designs. AI-0184265 Linda...

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Winner Winner – Victorian Early Years Awards!

How exciting – last night the Community Connect Traralgon East Project supported by KSF and KSE won the award for Creating Collaborative Community Partnerships at the Victorian Early Years Awards.  The award is presented to a service or initiative that promotes collaborative practice to support and demonstrates positive outcomes for children...

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Community Connect in Traralgon East receives Award nomination

Kindred Spirits is delighted to congratulate and support the wonderful work of our partner Traralgon East Community Centre as finalist in the Victorian Early Years Awards, under the Organisational Category; Creating Collaborative Community Partnerships for their inspiring program Community Connect. This award is for a service or initiative that promotes collaborative...

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Developing Northern Australia CRC backs Kakadu plums

The CRC for Developing Northern Australia believes the Kakadu plum industry is poised to take advantage of the $US130 billion functional foods market. In Darwin today, the CRC helped to launch a three-year, $2.7 million project for Kakadu plum research, which brings together researchers and industry from across the north....

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Bush tucker doughnuts and curries for Melbourne diners the latest tastes of harvest from Arnhem Land

Bush foods that have been harvested for thousands of years in a remote Aboriginal community are being turned into products such as doughnuts and curries. Melbourne-based native foods wholesaler and retailer Outback Chef has partnered with traditional owners in Maningrida to develop a commercial bush tucker enterprise where the food...

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Please support Frog Hollow

Frog Hollow – a wonderful organisation providing support to our community If you can only support one cause this year, make it this one This is their story: We’re going big for our littlest students We are the community of Wurreranginy, commonly known as Frog Hollow, in the beautiful Kimberley...

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