Parrtjima wraps up for 2020 with more than 17,000 attendances
[by Vanessa Gregory]
Parrtjima is the only event of its kind in the world, celebrating Aboriginal art, culture and storytelling through extraordinary light, art and sound installations. It has gone from strength to strength since launching in 2016.
Firebirds issue late-night statement after Jemma Mi Mi Indigenous round furore
[Tim Elbra, wwos.nine.com.au]
"The decision not to put Jemma on the court was the right one from a game strategy perspective, however we misread community expectations and the significance of Jemma's court time in the game in this round.
Community invited to help shape future of Western Sydney Aboriginal centre
[supplied by AANSW]
The centre was developed in partnership with the local Aboriginal community and young people to support young Aboriginal people in Western Sydney in their transition from school to further education, training or employment.
King Billy and Marvellous fight for sovereignty at Parliament
[Dan Bourchier, ABC]
Despite almost being removed from the proceedings at Parliament House, King Billy — whose full name was Jimmy Clements — ultimately secured a meeting with the Duke of York, who would later become King George VI.