“Getting back country, looking after country and getting control of the future...”
A bird native to South East Asia and the South Pacific has been discovered in Western Australia’s Kimberley region by Indigenous ranger group, the Bardi Jawi rangers.
Kimberley Land Council Chairman Anthony Watson has put forward a series of recommendations to the United Nations in New York in relation to the implementation of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People.
The Kimberley Land Council has applauded a decision of the Senate to throw out changes to Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act
The Kimberley Ranger Network is starting its annual fire management program across the region this month.
Indigenous rangers from across the Kimberley have gathered in Fitzroy Crossing in an effort to better understand and protect the iconic Australian bilby.
Kimberley and Pilbara Aboriginal people came together in Broome over the weekend for an important meeting discussing Constitutional reform.