Tasmanian Aboriginal food business spreading culture

[Phoebe Hosier, ABC]

The tiny, spicy berry is native to Tasmanian Aboriginal land — known as palawa country — and is said to have been a key ingredient in bush tucker hundreds of centuries ago.

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Outback mediation: Aboriginal women create mindfulness app

[Katrina Beavan, ABC]

On a warm Alice Springs morning, Wanatjura Lewis closes her eyes, puts in some headphones and gets ready to relax and meditate.

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Bangarra farewells Elma Kris

[supplied by Bangarra]

As our regional tour of Bennelong draws to a close, one of Bangarra’s longstanding and much-loved dancers, Elma Kris, will perform for Australian audiences one last time as part of our permanent ensemble of dancers.Elma’s journey with Bangarra will continue as she takes the next steps in her creative career. 

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Time for Aboriginal housing in Aboriginal hands

[by Mandy Taylor]

Tangentyere Council CEO Walter Shaw said while both Governments abandon their responsibilities to Aboriginal communities, organisations such as Tangentyere stood ready to take up the challenge of providing appropriate and professional housing services.

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