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15 Mar 2019
Gunbalanya community members celebrated International Women’s Day in style this year through a joint venture between Gunbalanya School’s Deadly Daluks and West Arnhem Regional Council Youth, Sport...Read more
14 Mar 2019
West Arnhem has made a regional effort to improve environmental sustainability with all five communities holding successful Clean Up Australia Day events recently. After placing a great focus on...Read more
15 Feb 2019
Public WIFI internet has recently been installed at three separate sites in Gunbalanya, Maningrida and Warruwi as part of an NT Libraries (NTL) initiative supported by West Arnhem Regional Council...Read more
31 Jan 2019
Gunbalanya Community School celebrated the achievements of their students with a special ceremony on January 17. There were many special guests, family, friends and community members who attended to...Read more
15 Jan 2019
Youth in Gunbalanya had a memorable time at the first disco held during the school holidays on Monday, 17 December. More than 100 people attended the high-anticipated event which was held at the...Read more
15 Jan 2019
On December 18th, Gunbalanya Community Care got into the Christmas spirit and celebrated by putting on a lunch for Clients and their carers. The Community Care Team put in an amazing effort to making...Read more
12 Dec 2018
Six West Arnhem Regional Council Night Patrol staff members graduated with their Certificate III in Night Patrol Operations in Jabiru on Tuesday, December 4. Tuteis Tapera, Jonah Walamaka, Elijah...Read more
11 Dec 2018
The Gunbalanya airport is now accessible all year round following the completion of vital upgrades to the Airport Access Road. Thanks to the support for the Northern Territory Government’s Natural...Read more
21 Nov 2018
West Arnhem communities including Jabiru, Maningrida, Gunbalanya, Warruwi and Minjilang have been recognised for the huge efforts in environmental sustainability in 2018. After placing a great focus...Read more
09 Nov 2018
Clear communication is paramount when dealing with an emergency. That’s why the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS), is assisting emergency...Read more

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