Mardbalk cruising into arts tourism

May 6, 2014

DROP in to the Mardbalk Arts Centre on any given day and you’ll discover a hive of activity. Kids and dogs are coming and going, and there is a constant... Read More

Our environmental achiever

May 6, 2014

A COMMITTED environmental campaigner from West Arnhem has won the 2014 ConocoPhillips Environment Award at this year’s Young Achiever Awards in Darwin. Alice Eather received her award at a Gala... Read More

Kids connecting with Kakadu country

April 15, 2014

KAKADU is one of the most beautiful wetlands in the world. But for the Bininj kids on board the Kakadu Cultural Tours boat the Guluyambi, it goes so much deeper than that. For these children,... Read More

Kakadu Triathlon back on track for 2014

April 15, 2014

OUR triathletes are hard at it once again, preparing to take the plunge, ride it out, and do the hard yards in the build-up to the 2014 Kakadu Triathlon. Potential competitors are now... Read More

Bush fruit may combat Alzheimer’s

March 19, 2014

THE Aboriginal inhabitants of Kakadu, the Bininj, have long known of the health benefits of the native Kakadu Plum. Jenny Hunter from Kakadu Culture Camp says the bush plum, or An-morluk, is “number one bush tucker”. It has... Read More

Local Authorities: Your local voice

March 17, 2014

LOCAL people in West Arnhem will soon have a more direct voice in local government with the establishment of Local Authorities. The West Arnhem Regional Council (WARC) is now calling for leaders and community-minded people... Read More

Beware: Crocs crossing

March 17, 2014

PARKS is urging drivers to keep an eye out for wildlife, after three small crocodiles were killed by vehicles in less than a fortnight.Kakadu National Park’s Steve Winderlich said while it was highly unusual... Read More

Councils in uproar as jobs go

March 3, 2014

INDIGENOUS jobs will go and Territory Housing customers will be left in the lurch following a decision by the NT Government to ditch regional councils as maintenance providers.West Arnhem Regional... Read More

Bombers bounce back to beat Banks Bulldogs

March 3, 2014

By Ian DouglassTHE Jabiru Bombers bounced back from two comprehensive regular season defeats to win the NTFL Division 2 qualifying final against bitter arch rival Banks Bulldogs by 17 points. Despite... Read More

Creation story wins indigenous art prize

March 3, 2014

WARRUWI artist Jobie Manakgu has vision of art as a means of passing on culture, learning and stories from one generation to the next. Jobie’s efforts were rewarded recently when his... Read More