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03 Oct 2014
'Travel' in basketball is not usually a good thing. But for this group of Warruwi women, travelling to Barunga for an Indigenous community basketball challenge was a top move.Read more
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03 Oct 2014
The Jabiru Bombers are getting warmed up for their first game of the season against Waratah Warriors this Sunday, with the sweat flying in training at Brockman Oval last night.Read more
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01 Oct 2014
The Culture First class from West Arnhem College were leading the flock when it came to finding and identifying birds during a recent trip to Yellow Water as part of Kakadu Bird Week.Read more
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01 Oct 2014
I Billy Nawaloinba am sharing some church news to remind those who wish to attend the celebration for the 100th Anniversary of the landing of Rev. J. Watson at Warruwi, Goulburn Island.Read more
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01 Oct 2014
If you squinted you could imagine you were anywhere in the Pacific. Friends and families of the Papua New Guinea community in Jabiru celebrated their Independence Day on 13 September with traditional dancing and singing and a feast of cassava, kumu, sago, fish, buffalo and more ...Read more
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30 Sep 2014
SCONES and lamingtons were on the menu for morning tea on Australian Citizenship Day as the Mayor of West Arnhem Regional Council, Lothar Siebert, officially welcomed two Jabiru residents as new Australian citizens.Read more
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30 Sep 2014
Students, families and community members got together at the Warruwi Recreation Hall for a wonderful, windy Wednesday of kite flying recently. There were colourful kites and clever kite pilots galore!Read more
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30 Sep 2014
Council works crew from Jabiru spent a couple of days recently learning the dog handler's tricks of the trade.Read more
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30 Sep 2014
The artistic skills of young people in Warruwi were on display recently when the Mardbalk Arts and Culture held a local community exhibition in the art space.Read more
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30 Sep 2014
Jabiru is really splashing out this time, and the pool may never be the same! The Jabiru community has managed to raise just shy of $15,000 to in order to purchase a new pool inflatable.Read more

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