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12 Jun 2019
The Gunbalanya Youth Sport and Recreation team have recently been very busy making a video with the youth in the community with Amy Hetherington from the Travelling Film Festival. Amy is the film...Read more
12 Jun 2019
Learning on Country and Maningrida College recently held its first school camp of the year at Nadilmuk with over 30 Kunibidji students attending. The camp focused on traditional hunting and gathering...Read more
21 May 2019
HASSELL and Architects Without Frontiers are working together with the Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation and Maningrida Arts and Culture on a proposed new precinct in Maningrida, known as...Read more
21 May 2019
The recent school holiday program was certainly one the Maningrida community will remember for a long time. The first day saw the youth collecting foods from the sea as the Youth, Sport and...Read more
21 May 2019
West Arnhem Regional Council staff recently joined experts in a Darwin forum to discuss local, national and international approaches to domestic and family violence (DFV) risk assessment and...Read more
20 May 2019
In the early hours on Thursday, April 25, West Arnhem community members commemorated the anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli known as ANZAC Day. Commemorative services were held in Jabiru,...Read more
20 May 2019
More than 130 participants took on the challenge of the seventh annual Kakadu Triathlon held in Jabiru on Saturday, May 11. Coordinated by West Arnhem Regional Council, the colourful event caters for...Read more
20 May 2019
Women in Gunbalanya have been engaging in different activities with the support of Dreamtime Solutions recently and have received great feedback on the soaps they have been making. As part of the...Read more
18 Apr 2019
Although Volleyball has a long history in Maningrida, in recent years the sport has remained dormant. The opportunity to reignite the volleyball spark and practice digs and spades came in March with...Read more
18 Apr 2019
With only a week to pack in as much fun and activity as they could, the youth of Jabiru began their school holidays by getting their groove on at a youth disco held in the Jim Jim Room of the...Read more

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