Day One of the festival was opened by Traditional Owners with an Inma…Day Two will also have an Inma to the delight of visitors and special guests.
South Australia’s Income Management action group says there has been a 700 per cent increase with forced Income management and the basics card in the shire of Playford in north, Adelaide.
Justin Fenwick and spokes person from the Stop The Income Management action group talk about ways in which we can manage our income and what needs to be done to ensure this roll out doesn’t affect any others who simply don’t need to be on it.
A fantastic line-up of traditional and contemporary Indigenous musicians and bands including Shellie Morris, Casey Donovan, Warren H Williams and Marcus Corowa hit the stage at the Tjungu festival. Marcus Corowa is a Blues, Jazz & Funk Artist who will create a soulful sound for those attending.
Jack is well credentialed to share his thoughts on British royalty having spent many years behind bars … at her Majesty’s pleasure.
The creators of a new culturally acceptable screening tool which helps diagnose depression in older aboriginal people believe that it will allow the start of new processes in diagnosing a range of other mental health issues.
University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Professor Osvaldo Almeida says he expects the tool will be useful to medical professionals and others who are working in remote areas.
Suggestions by the Federal Government that it will seek commercial adventures at both Uluru and Kakadu National Parks- including more camping options and seasonal visitor fees has angered Uluru traditional owner and Elder Bob Randall who says “enough is enough”.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are coming to the Centre to visit one of he worlds natural wonders Uluru. While staying at the Rock the Royal Couple will be able to experience the special magic that Uluru has to offer.
One Territorian who will have the chance to meet with with future King and Queen of England is Northern Territory Minister for Tourism Matt Conlan who shares his excitement with CAAMA broadcaster Damien Williams.
It’s a chance of a life time to meet the royal family. Three lucky Centralian students will get the chance to do just that!
The three students from Central Australia will get the chance to get up close and personal with the royal couple. Alessandra Pecorari, Alice Springs local girl from Centralian Senior Collage expressed her excitement!
Justin Fenwick sat down with Alessandra a head of her meeting Wills and Kate.