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Kimberley Girl 2013 finalists.
Stories | 1 Apr 2014

More than 800 people attended the catwalk show at the Goolarri Amphitheatre in Broome for the tenth Kimberley Girl competition, created to support leadership and self-confidence among Indigenous girls in the region.

Announcements | 28 Mar 2014

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, and the Member for Durack Melissa Price said today a key priority for the Government was to help reduce incidents of self-harm and suicide among Indigenous people.

Beagle Bay Store’s new managers, Steve and Kerry Clayton.
Stories | 18 Mar 2014

Beagle Bay Store on the Dampier Peninsula of Western Australia is under new management, providing employment opportunities and a bigger variety of fresh food for the local community.

Lil’ Man’s Saints at the 2013 Garnduwa Festival.
Stories | 10 Mar 2014

When Halls Creek football team Lil’ Man’s Saints took out the 2013 Garnduwa Festival, they had more than just sport on their minds.

Djarindjin Youth Drop-In Centre’s new coordinator, Simon Enosa.
Stories | 5 Mar 2014

Torres Strait Islander Simon Enosa moved to the Kimberley in Western Australia about a year ago and is loving his new job working with young people in Djarindjin Community.

The Bardi Jawi Rangers’ new boat arriving in Ardyaloon.
Stories | 28 Feb 2014

The Bardi Jawi Rangers are set to become a professional marine unit charged with the mission to look after country and assist police in sea rescues.

June Oscar AO with Governor-General Quentin Bryce at June’s Order of Australia investiture ceremony.
Stories | 2 Oct 2013

Bunuba woman June Oscar was officially recognised for her service to the Indigenous community of Western Australia at a recent investiture ceremony for the Order of Australia.

Kimberley Money Management staff Martina Kingi, Johannah Kitching and Shannon Ellis, Derby, WA.
Stories | 8 Jul 2013

It’s tax time again and this year the ATO is celebrating 25 years of Tax Help – a free service that helps people at tax time.

Early learning fun at La Grange Remote Community School, Bidyadanga, WA
Stories | 8 Feb 2013

Extra hours of Government-funded kindergarten for all children in the Bidyadanga community has been good news for La Grange Remote Community School, located 180km south of Broome.

Marilynn Bin Omar with her son Anthony, 9, and daughter Breannah, 11, Broome, WA. Photo: Red Dirt Photography.
Stories | 17 Oct 2012

Anthony and Breannah Bin Omar from Broome, Western Australia are two of the thousands of young Australian carers who are looking after family members with a chronic illness, disability, mental health issue or who are frail aged.

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