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21 Sep 2020
The Gunbalanya community is continuing to enjoy the bush tucker season each week which is growing in popularity. The outdoors activity is a great way for community members and local organisations to...Read more
07 Sep 2020
The Health Centre team in Gunbalanya have been broadcasting COVID-19 updates and health messages to residents through the TEABBA radio services in the community. Located in the West Arnhem Regional...Read more
21 Aug 2020
Gunbalanya has kicked off the bush tucker season much to the delight of the community. The first bush tucker get together had a great turn out and everyone enjoyed buffalo ribs donated by Gary Shaw,...Read more
18 Aug 2020
Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner visited Gunbalanya on Wednesday, August 5 to deliver a very significant election commitment – a new health clinic and Morgue for the large remote...Read more
07 Aug 2020
West Arnhem Regional Council (WARC) continues to provides important support services in Gunbalanya through the Women’s Safe House. In order to continue to support the community with this service,...Read more
28 May 2020
Injalak Arts in Gunbalanya are very proud and excited to announce that Injalak artists Don Namundja and Titus Nganjmirra (both pictured right) are 2020 Telstra Telstra National Aboriginal &...Read more
15 May 2020
2500 basics boxes containing essential household and food items have been kindly donated to the elderly in Arnhem Land communities including Minjilang, Warruwi and Gunbalanya, and Far North...Read more
15 May 2020
A number of Council staff from across all of West Arnhem Regional Council’s communities, including Jabiru, Gunbalanya, Maningrida, Warruwi and Minjilang came together in March to undertake important...Read more
01 May 2020
West Arnhem Regional Council (WARC) are working in conjunction with TEABBA Radio to deliver community news from Gunbalanya regularly each week. WARC’s Stevie Wurrkgidj, who has been a part of the...Read more
16 Apr 2020
Injalak Arts are finding innovative ways to connect with their community and wider audience. On March 20, they launched a campaign called ‘Back Injalak’ in response to the global pandemic, which aims...Read more

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