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21 Sep 2020
The Youth Diversion Program run by the Community Wellness Service at Mala’la in Maningrida has made some changes this year. In an aim to increase preventative measures, all young people at risk are...Read more
07 Sep 2020
Maningrida had the opportunity to watch the Dreamtime match featuring Essendon and Richmond on the big screen in the community recently. As all tickets to the big match live in Darwin were sold out,...Read more
21 Aug 2020
The Maningrida oval will undergo an upgrade and staged redevelopment thanks to funding and support from the Maningrida Local Authority and the Northern Territory Government. It is well-known that the...Read more
07 Aug 2020
The Maningrida Health Centre has received a new ambulance to help provide healthcare to the community and homelands. The new ambulance fit-out includes high quality beam torches, central locking,...Read more
07 Aug 2020
West Arnhem Regional Council have purchased new emulsion spray units for each of the five communities in the region including Minjilang, Warruwi, Maningrida, Jabiru and Gunbalanya. The units, which...Read more
22 Jul 2020
On behalf of all West Arnhem communities, West Arnhem Regional Council wish to recognise and thank Charlie Gunabarra OAM for his service in healthcare in the Maningrida region. Long serving Senior...Read more
26 Jun 2020
West Arnhem Regional Council (WARC) in collaboration with Malala in Manignrida and Express Studios from Darwin delivered dance workshops for the youth in Maningrida recently. During these workshops,...Read more
26 Jun 2020
Maningrida Remote School Attendance Strategy (RSAS) love Fridays because they get to visit the classrooms and hand out certificates for excellent and improved attendance. Well done to these two boys...Read more
12 Jun 2020
Orange Sky and Mala'la Health Service have been working in partnership in Maningrida over the last four months to improve access to laundry facilities. To date, they have provided nearly 100 shifts...Read more
12 Jun 2020
More than 250 rural New Zealand children learned about the daily life and language of nine-year-old Patricia, an Aboriginal girl growing up in Maningrida, West Arnhem Land, when their school...Read more

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