Highest NAIDOC honour to Ned Cheedy
The most prestigious NAIDOC prize, the Lifetime Achievement Award, has been awarded to Ned Cheedy, a respected elder and custodian of Yindjibarndi country, where he was born a century ago at Hooley Station on Cheedy Creek in Western Australia.
At 105, Ned still contributes tirelessly to caring for Yindjibarndi law, country, culture, language and the future of his people.
11th Remote Indigenous Media Festival
Tadum Lockyer accepted an award on behalf of Juluwarlu for best documentary - "Juluwarlu Journey" - at the 11th Remote Indigenous Media Festival at TEABBA (Top End Aboriginal Broadcasting Association) in Darwin.
Meeting with Rio Tinto
The Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation PBC has met with Rio Tinto Iron Ore negotiating team and a representative of Rio Tinto Exploration to discuss potential developments on Yindjibarndi country.
Andrew Forrest in Roebourne
On Monday 10th March, 2008, Fortescue Metals Group Chairman Andrew Forrest met representatives of Yindjibarndi People in Roebourne for the first stage of negotiations for a comprehensive land access agreement on Yindjibarndi country.
Happy birthday Ngurrawaana!
The 25th Anniversary of the founding of Ngurrawaana Community was celebrated at a party on the 29th of Feburary 2008
Join us in 2008
We are currently seeking volunteers with skills in ﬁlming, editing, directing, multimedia or web design to work on producing cultural documentaries and interactive CD-ROMs for our organisation.
Yindjibarndi Oral History Project
A major project to Collect, Research and Record the history of the Yindjibarndi Language Group of the Pilbara region. The traditional lands of the Yindjibarndi encompass a vast tract of the central Pilbara, that stretching far inland to include areas like Millstream and the Chichester Ranges.
Minister's Award for Excellence
Juluwarlu Aboriginal Corporation received the 2006 Minister's Award for Excellence for Employers of Australian Apprentices for the Northern Western Australia Region.
Ngurra: Two Rivers
A video documentary about the Fortescue and the Lower Sherlock rivers that run through our minds, souls and hearts.
An interactive game which will take players on a virtual tour of Millstream.
Wankangarra: Family Histories, Relationships & Respect
A documentary that draws on the JULUWARLU's extensive historical collection to tell the story of families, the skin system and their origins in country.
Archive Donation October 2005
On the 14 October 2005 Juluwarlu Group Aboriginal Corporation received 40 years of history, a gift from two long-term members of Roebourne community.
Ngarluma Yindjibarndi Native Title Determination
In a ceremony on the Old Reserve outside Roebourne, on the 2 May 2005, The High Court of Australia recognised some Ngarluma and Yindjibardi Native Title rights.
Ngarluma Yindjibarndi Cultural Centre Consultation
Juluwarlu Aboriginal Corporation was assigned the task of undertaking the community consultation process for the Ngarluma Yindjibarndi Cultural Centre proposed by the Ngarluma - Yindjibardi Foundation between 2005 and 2006.
In April and May 2005, Juluwarlu held two week-long fieldtrips to Millstream to record oral histories and the elders’ traditional knowledge of animals and plants.
The Juluwarlu Elders Biography Project is a detailed biography of Ned Cheedy's life.
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