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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...

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...

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...

Proposed Noongar Native Title Settlement Documents Released

Glen Kelly, CEO of the South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council, announces the release of the documents for the proposed Noongar native title Settlement an...

MMR2006 Bunbury Noongar Boodja

Stories form the Noongar people in Bunbury.

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 from Forrestdale Lake

Hear fascinating stories about camping on the shores of the lake and the abundant bush tucker that the Noongar people relied upon.

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...

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...

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179 news items

ABC Local
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 21:26:15 -0800

When Birak does finally come around, Noongar people will begin to make the Christmas tree drink. The Noongar Christmas tree is the moodjar, a sacred tree. "It's the only time we can disturb that tree. We gather its flower, and the flowers from the ...

The Stringer

The Stringer
Sat, 13 Dec 2014 17:21:21 -0800

The Kyana festivals from 1991 to 1993 are still the largest cultural gatherings in the living memory of Noongar people,” said Mr Eggington. “More than 30,000 people attended the first Kyana festival and this number nearly doubled during the second ...
ABC Local
Sun, 02 Nov 2014 20:32:55 -0800

Money, land, self determination: new agreement for Noongar people. By Sharon Kennedy (Cross Media Reporter). A package of land, money and access has been agreed to in principle in return for dropping native title claims in the South West. Print page ...


Tue, 02 Dec 2014 19:11:15 -0800

In the film, Mr Hansen talks about the innovative ways Noongar people used natural resources, which included creating waterproof tents from paperbark tree, making belts from Bluedale plant and using tea tree as a medicine and charcoal as teeth cleaner.

Daily Mail

Daily Mail
Fri, 28 Nov 2014 14:50:42 -0800

The young joey, whose name means “halo of the moon” in the language of the Noongar people from Western Australia, is already growing in confidence. Bec has spent weeks carrying around a makeshift pouch and waking at 2am for one of five daily bottle ...

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
Thu, 10 Jul 2014 19:52:22 -0700

Two free maps of the City of Perth describe the significant historic sites of the Wadjuk Noongar people of the Perth area, both before and after colonisation. Created by Professor Len Collard, University of Western Australia researcher and a ...
The Conversation
Mon, 26 May 2014 17:27:03 -0700

Noongar people engaging with karaoke created a contemporary process for cultural healing and wellbeing that dealt at a profound level with the anguished politics of death in their community. Leading the charge was the “deadly Noongaroke singing DJ” Jim ...

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