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22 Feb 2018
A new sport which has a focus on health, fun and fitness has kicked off in Jabiru this week and is something which is unlike any other in town. Denise House has brought the sport of underwater hockey...Read more
21 Feb 2018
In Arnhem Land both ceremonial and more contemporary music have been almost entirely the domain of men, however, a group of Maningrida women are currently creating new ways of music - composing,...Read more
21 Feb 2018
West Arnhem Regional Council commenced fencing the Minjilang sports oval late last year with the project completed over a three week period. The fencing project, which utilised local labour and...Read more
21 Feb 2018
The Jabiru Bombers Football Club (JBFC) finished a somewhat tumultuous home and away season in third place on the ladder, with 13 wins and 4 losses and 1 draw (technically a washout). The Round 18...Read more
09 Feb 2018
This week Kakadu Rangers completed their annual snake catch training at Kakadu Park Headquarters. Other service providers in the region, including West Arnhem Regional Council and Cooinda Lodge, also...Read more
08 Feb 2018
Kakadu School Kids had a great day out during the recent school holidays. Local organisations banded together to take a group of young people down the Kakadu Highway to Gagudju Lodge Cooinda, the...Read more
08 Feb 2018
The Jabiru Bombers are keeping strong this season with round 17 taking place this weekend in Darwin against Banks and all Bombers supporters are encouraged to support the team if you are in Darwin...Read more
07 Feb 2018
With their new single out, a second on the way and an upcoming album set to be released, 2018 is shaping up to be a big year for Jabiru’s very own Black Rock Band. The group, Richie Guymala, Romeo...Read more
07 Feb 2018
West Arnhem communities have seen some heavy rainfall over the past few weeks with a monsoon sweeping over the Top End. The deluge not only got the waterfalls flowing in Kakadu, it also caused a...Read more
07 Feb 2018
Members of Energy Resources of Australia's Ranger Women’s Network have swapped their regular orange high-vis shirts for bright pink as part of an initiative to help raise awareness and funds for the...Read more

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