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LIVING BLACK, 14 April 2014

Season 20 Episode 2: This week we report from Perth where the Noongar people are close to sealing a native title deal with the State Government worth close t...

Mercedes apologises to Noongar people

The head of Mercedes Benz in Australia has travelled to Western Australia's iconic Wave Rock, to apologise for a stunt that upset the site's traditional owne...

Landmark recognition for Noongar people

It's a historic moment in Australia's history. The Noongar people of Western Australia have been recognised in State Parliament as Traditional Owners. WA Pre...

Celebration for Noongar people

It's been a week of celebration for the Noongar people of the South West of WA- after Wednesday's historic submission to State Parliament to recognise them a...

MMR2006 Bunbury Noongar Boodja

Stories form the Noongar people in Bunbury.

Aboriginal Noonga dance and music

The Noongar are indigenous Australian people who live in the south-west corner of Western Australia. Archaeological evidence from Perth and Albany suggests t...

Aunty Janet Hayden a highly respected Noongar Elder and JP talks with Eugene Eades

Aunty Janet Hayden a highly respected Noongar Elder and JP talks with Eugene Eades about life around Narrogin WA, stolen generation kids, justice diversion c...

Noongar Stories at Forrestdale Lake

Lake Forrestdale is a shallow, seasonal lake of approximately 220 hectares, situated 25 km southeast of Perth in the City of Armadale. The largest in Perth's...

Pre 1980 Found Ancient Stone Tools of the Western Australian Noongar Aboriginal People

Since I was a small kid growing up in Dumbleyung, I have always been fascinated with Ancient Aboriginal Tools and I have found many of these tools on the Bus...

Noongar Boodja

Kaya!! This is a song I wrote to pay my respects to Australian Culture and the people who spread awareness and love for Aboriginal People. For hundreds of ye...

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5 news items

ABC Message Stick

ABC Message Stick
Tue, 07 Oct 2014 03:52:30 -0700

Irene and Albert McNamara tell yarns about their lives and experiences as Aboriginal elders to help mental health service providers better understand Noongar people. Their stories are central to the Looking Forward Project, which aims to improve the ...
 
ABC Online
Tue, 28 Oct 2014 04:17:11 -0700

Traditional owner Franklin Nannup said: "This was the biggest meeting place for Noongar people. Our mob led a resistance down here." "But they came with guns and were used to killing with no resistance. They were shooting for nearly an hour and a half.
 
Central Midlands & Coastal Advocate
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 20:33:45 -0700

"This coincided with much upheaval for the Noongar people who bore the brunt of the early British colony in WA," Mr Willaway said. "We consider that Bishop Salvado was a friend of the Yued people. Bishop Salvado gained the trust of the Yued people who ...
 
The Guardian (blog)
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 20:10:39 -0700

Described by Guardian critic Carol Birch as “an exercise in lush impressionism, evoking a time when the Aboriginal Noongar people of Western Australia first encountered the 'horizon people' … British colonists, European adventurers, and whalers from ...

Perth Now

Perth Now
Thu, 02 Oct 2014 00:14:57 -0700

Though the Bibbulmun is a relatively new trail, it is based on much older traditions and is named after the Bibbulmun Noongar people who walked long distances to care for and celebrate their land. Described as southwestern Australia's answer to the ...
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