Wattle Tree House’s Real Impact on Homelessness They were once called “Itchy and Scratchy” and most Bathurst crisis services had washed their hands of them. […]
Two Decades Back in Business If necessity is the mother of invention, change is most certainly the father of re-invention. And for Brungle-Tumut Local Aboriginal […]
New Skills, New Futures through the Girrawaa Creative Work Centre, Bathurst Broadening skills, crafting horizons and building new futures are three of the goals of […]
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 […]
Community Development Fund sharing Land Rights wealth base Twelve Local Aboriginal Land Councils are getting on with the job of building community facilities through the […]
Barooga Karrai back in the hands of its rightful owners As part of a new policy to build closer ties to the Land Rights network, […]
Hand-ups, not hand-outs – Bathurst LALC investing in local community Powered by just two staff members, Bathurst Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC) is a community […]
Brungle-Tumut Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC) Acting CEO Sue Bulger has created history by becoming the first Indigenous Mayor of Tumut.
A Griffith Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC) claim over the old police station has been granted by the NSW Government.
The past and the future nurture next generation in Wagga Wagga
In 2003, Wagga Wagga Local Aboriginal Land Council had an important decision to make.