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  • 31 August 2016
    Most Yindjibarndi people now live in Roebourne, which is commemorating one hundred and fifty years since it was founded by white settlers in 1866. With so much unique material relating to the history of our town held by the Juluwarlu Archive, we were able to contribute extensive material to the book produced by the City ...
  • 25 August 2016
    There are two seasons in Yindjibarndi; Mulu – the cold time and Garrwarn – the hot time. When you still see caterpillars on the ground it is still the cold time.
  • 12 August 2016
    Six awardees will embark on three-month intensive internships in Australia and the United Kingdom after being chosen for the inaugural 2016 Encounters Indigenous Cultural Workers Scholarships, sponsored by the National Museum of Australia (NMA) and The Prince’s Charities Australia (PCA). One of those six are our very own Finola Woodley. The National Museum of Australia explains: [She ...
  • 23 August 2014
    A spirit man journeys with a terrifying serpent, ripping up trees with an angry wind, smashing the land with floods and changing the country forever. Available from the apple itunes store