“Getting back country, looking after country and getting control of the future...”
For the first time in more than 10 years the KLC is preparing to resolve native title through litigation with the Bindunbur claim set for trial in the Federal Court in September.
State Government reforms to address community closures are more about appeasing public outrage than improving the lives of Aboriginal people.
The Ngurrara Women Rangers hosted a two-day cultural camp to strengthen the bond between young women and elders and foster the sharing of traditional knowledge.
The Bardi Jawi Rangers have been tagging turtles with satellite transmitters to discover more about their genetics, life cycle, travel and feeding patterns.
KLC Chairman Anthony Watson explains why Aboriginal people will always be here despite threats to close remote communities in the Kimberley.
Closing the Gap in employment and education requires investment in Indigenous enterprises that support culture, regional governance and social outcomes.