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24 May 2018
Kakadu West Arnhem’s very own Black Rock Band is continuing to celebrate the success of their new single ‘Struggle’ which was officially released via Wantok Musik in April this year. Not only this,...Read more
24 May 2018
There are just a few days left to register for the 2018 Kakadu Triathlon which will be held in Jabiru on Saturday, 2 June. An important fundraising event for CareFlight, the Kakadu Triathlon focuses...Read more
23 May 2018
A powerpoint presentation was delivered to the Aged Care team members from the Kakadu Community Care on Friday, 18 May. The information and ideas presented was to share ‘Community Service Culture’...Read more
11 May 2018
The upcoming film ‘Top End Wedding’ is set to feature a few familiar faces from West Arnhem as well as a number of special locations from around Jabiru and Kakadu National Park. Shooting for the...Read more
11 May 2018
On Tuesday May 1, Maningrida celebrated the NTCET graduation of eight senior secondary students. Jonah Ryan, Martha Brown, Charlene Darcy, Shianne Davis, Zenayha Doolan, Rickisha Redford-Bohme,...Read more
10 May 2018
Young people from Gunbalanya took to the microphone and camera to share their stories of belonging during Youth Week which took place from 13 to 22 April. With the support of photographer/film-maker...Read more
10 May 2018
Maningrida held its first ever dive in movie night on Friday, April 27 much to the delight of the community. The evening screening session of ‘Coco’ was very popular with over 100 members of the...Read more
10 May 2018
West Arnhem welcomed three new Australian citizens who made the official pledge in front of family on Tuesday, 8 May. See McGlynn of Malaysia and Mark and Gerardi (Sophie) Lumbania of the Philippines...Read more
10 May 2018
Kakadu will become nature’s grandest outdoor kitchen when Australia’s premier Indigenous food festival, A Taste of Kakadu, returns from 18 to 27 May. Serving up a menu of ancient cuisine with a...Read more
10 May 2018
Fifteen remote community broadcasters from across Top End communities attended the Remote Indigenous Broadcasting Service Advance Workshop recently held at TEABBA (Top End Aboriginal Bush...Read more

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