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14.12.18

Documentary Sharing Stories of Agent Orange Spraying in Australia

Ngikalikarra Media are producing ‘On Australian Shores: Survivor Stories’, a series of short interviews, episodes, and documentaries from differing Australian regions with people who...

14.12.18

Bawoorrooga Self - Help Earth House

Claude Carters house burned down, now with the support of the Foundation for Indigenous Sustainable Health, he and his community are rebuilding it. 

 

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14.12.18

Undermined - New Kimberley Documentary

Award-winning director Nicholas Wrathall investigates the true costs of development in the world-famous Kimberley, where mega-mining and pastoral developments threaten not just the pristine...
14.12.18

Fracking allowed in the Kimberley

The Western Australian Government has decided to allow fracking to occur in the Kimberley, including the Fitzroy Valley.

 

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26.11.18

New Bush Medicine Study

A new study into Aboriginal bush medicine is taking place, Dylan Storer and Ben Storer both spoke with Dr Greg Leach from the Menzies School of Health Research about the study.

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07.11.18

"Money Better Spent Elsewhere" Old Crossing To Stay Closed

Fitzroy Crossing's Old Crossing will remain closed for the indefinite future as the money to fix it is "better spent elsewhere". Speaking on Wangki Radio t...

16.10.18

Work For The Dole - Is It Driving Aboriginal People Into Poverty?

The Community Development Program or CDP is the Government’s work for the dole scheme for remote areas. In it, participants are required to work or undertake training...
18.09.18

Irrigating the North: Australia's Untapped Goldmine or a Gem too Precious to Develop?

The Fitzroy River in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia is the lifeblood of the many communities in its catchment. Whether it's fishing, hunting or just swimming, you would be hard...

10.09.18

Short, Ugly & Stinky: The World of "Little People" Folklore

There is a mythology swirling around Aboriginal nations right across Australia and up until now the broader public hasn't heard anything about it. Dr Curtis Roman from Charles Darwin University has...
29.08.18

Healing Begins as Community Reburies Remains

It was an emotional day in Fitzroy Crossing as the remains of more than 60 Aboriginal people have finally been reburied, after floods in 2017 destroyed the pioneer...
24.08.18

Are You Okay?

Wayne chats with Brendan Maher, CEO of R U OK? a national organisation aimed at starting conversations about mental health. 

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17.08.18

"White Guilt" to blame for silence around Indigenous Domestic Violence: Josephine Cashman

Indigenous Lawyer Josephine Cashman has blamed "White Guilt" for the silence around the disproportionate levels of domestic violence Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women face compared to Non-...
14.08.18

Designing World Class Fashion, In The Bush

Marnin Studio is a social enterprise art and textiles studio based in Fitzroy Crossing, Western Australia for the past few years they have been travelling out on the country to design pieces of...
09.08.18

Further Push For Indigenous Voice To Parliament

The Joint Select Committee into Constitutional Recognition has handed down its interim report. This follows large consultation with Indigenous people right across Australia. The committee found that...
03.08.18

Wangki in Sydney for the 2018 NAIDOC Confrence

Wayne Bynder was recently in Sydney for the 2018 NAIDOC Events, whilst there he interviewed some well known Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women that were attending the NAIDOC Womens...

03.08.18

Fitzroy School On Air!

Through our Youth Media Hub with support from SYN Media, Wangki Radio has sucsessfully engaged a large number of students from Fitzroy Valley District High School in creating a weekly radio...

03.08.18

Old Cemetery Repatriation Project

Neil Carter from KALACC and Dickie Bedfore from Marra Worra Worra talk about the progress of the old cemetery repatriation project.

 

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03.08.18

Aspire UWA Program

Mitch chats with Ray and Sasha from The University of Western Australia's Aspire Program.

 

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