Staff profile: Brendan Oldfield, LALC Support Officer Southern Zone My mother is from Condobolin, a small country town in the middle of New South Wales […]
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Chloe Bennett, Zone Director, Far West Zone I’m Barkandji and most of my family are in Wilcannia. Growing up in the Northern Territory in Katherine […]
UNE students awarded Freddy Fricke Scholarships A nursing student from Bowraville and a social work student from Mungindi are this year’s winners of the New […]
Day of Mourning an inspiration for Land Rights NSW Aboriginal Land Council Chair Roy Ah-See used this year’s commemoration of the 1938 Day of Mourning […]
Staff Profile: Clare McHugh Hi, I’m Clare McHugh, the Executive Director of Policy and Programs at the NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC). My mob is Gamilaroi […]
Yabun: “The single greatest event” on Survival Day Described by man-of-the-moment Stan Grant as the greatest Survival Day event, Yabun again attracted a huge crowd […]
Young Aboriginal league players make history on Remembrance Day visit In 1868, 13 Aboriginal men made history as the first Australian cricket team to play […]
Redfern All Blacks win the 2015 Koori Knockout The Koori Knockout is one of the biggest cultural events of the year and this year’s competition […]
I’m Erica Smits (nee Hall). My father is Keith (Chub) Hall from Walgett. I am a proud Gnumilroi woman born in Armidale but grew up in Sydney and then my family moved to the Central Coast when I was 12. I have lived here ever since.
New team to lead the Land Rights network in NSW
Wiradjuri man Roy Ah-See and Gamilaraay woman Anne Dennis have been elected as the new Chair and Deputy Chair of the NSW Aboriginal Land Council.