Young Indigenous Actor wins tuition scholarship
[by Pip Miller]
Melanie and Katie Hava, Dave Haydon, Hansen Yuncken Project Manager & JUTE Theatre Company Creative Producer, Kathryn Ash. Image: supplied
Promising young Indigenous actor Katie Hava was chosen to be the inaugural recipient of Hansen Yuncken’s Scholarship for actor training with JUTE Theatre Company.
Yesterday, Miss Hava was presented with her scholarship certificate by Dave Haydon, Project Manager for Hansen Yuncken in Cairns.
Miss Hava will receive five consecutive terms of tuition from JUTE Actors Studio that commenced last month at the beginning of the Term 4 tuition program.
According to JUTE’s creative producer Kathryn Ash, Katie is determined young woman
who will not let anything hold her back from her aspiration to have a successful career as a stage performer.
Government votes against displaying Indigenous flags in the Senate
[Evan Young, SBS]
As Australia celebrates NAIDOC Week, the federal government has voted against an Indigenous-led motion to hang the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags in the Senate chamber.
Murgons only Aboriginal shopkeeper refuses to be broken
[Nathan Morris, ABC]
A barber, Mr Murray grew up watching his brother cutting hair at home in Cherbourg, an Aboriginal community and former mission, 7 kilometres down the road.
Indigenous OpportUNIty - national uni student recruitment campaign
[by Bella Counihan]
The benefits of a university education for Indigenous students and their communities is at the heart of a new campaign to inspire more Indigenous Australians into higher education.