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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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

MMR2006 Bunbury Noongar Boodja

Stories form the Noongar people in Bunbury.

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...

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...

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
Wed, 27 Aug 2014 17:33:45 -0700

The Western Australian Government hopes a $1.3-billion native title deal with the state's Noongar people will be sealed by the end of the year, nearly 18 months after making its final offer. Negotiations began in 2009 to settle claims over land ...

SBS

SBS
Tue, 09 Sep 2014 05:56:15 -0700

They started to think that the spirits were walking, theespirits of the other Noongar people, were trying to retrieve it and bring it back. See they wanted to reunite it. The skull would eventually be kept in a deposit box at a bank in the heart of ...

The West Australian

The West Australian
Mon, 01 Sep 2014 15:07:30 -0700

That letter, obtained by Mr Wyatt under freedom of information laws, reveals the Premier requested $350 million over 12 years for the South West's Noongar people. The December letter asked for $200 million for the Noongar Boodja Trust investment fund, ...
 
SBS
Mon, 01 Sep 2014 00:30:00 -0700

His case has been taken up by Liberal member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt, like Mr Schnaars from the Noongar people of WA. Mr Wyatt told Schnaars he is forwarding letters of appeal to Immigration Minister Scott Morrison. Former Liberal Senator Chaney has ...
 
The Conversation UK
Tue, 02 Sep 2014 22:38:33 -0700

Not to mention the seven millennia of the Noongar people, through which one character has “sojourned”. Boundaries of all kinds are profoundly breached as the tangible everyday world of human lives (the “bone clocks”) is permeated by the fantastical, ...
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