18 May, 2023 #News

Join the Karijini Experience

  The Karijini Experience 2023 is calling for expressions of interest from talented Banjima artists, performers and storytellers who want to be a part of this unforgettable event. The Karijini Experience is more than just a festival; it is a vibrant celebration of Banjima culture and heritage on Banjima Country. We believe that your unique talents and artistry can contribute to the success of...

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24 February, 2023 #Notice

Appointment of Ed Armstrong as Chief Executive Officer BNTAC

Banjima Native Title Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC (ICN 7971) (BNTAC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Ed Armstrong as Chief Executive Officer. Mr Armstrong has more than 20 years’ of senior executive experience in the indigenous, public, and private sectors and across a diverse range of commercial, financial, and operational activities. He joins BNTAC from the position of Chief...

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20 February, 2023 #News

Nominations open for Australia's Heritage lists

The Government is calling for public nominations to preserve sites of cultural and historic significance on the National Heritage List and on the Commonwealth Heritage List. Nominations of a place with outstanding heritage values can be made by anyone. The independent Australian Heritage Council will assess the values of the nominated place against set criteria and makes recommendations to the...

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13 January, 2023 #Opportunities

Expressions of Interest Open - Aboriginal Cultural Centre Steering Committee

Led by Aboriginal people and working in partnership with the State and Australian Governments, work has commenced on planning for a state-wide Aboriginal Cultural Centre for Western Australia. This presents an extraordinary opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the world’s oldest continuous living culture and share it with the nation and the world. The Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation, as...

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22 December, 2022 #News

BNTAC Board recruitment of substantive CEO

One of the first orders of business for the ‘new’ BNTAC Board has been to commence the recruitment of a substantive CEO. The Board selected experienced recruitment consultant Peter Hayes to design and deliver the CEO recruitment process. Peter has sound experience working with Aboriginal led community-based organisations and showed excellent insight into the competencies and character that may be...

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22 December, 2022 #News

BNTAC Board of Director Appointments

At the 2022 AGM, all seven (7) positions for Directors were open for election. The following people were elected to the BNTAC Board for the following terms: Three (3) year terms will be held by Wesley Carey, Johnnell Parker, Zoey Lethbridge and Paula White. Two (2) year terms will be held by Benjaman Jeakings, May Byrne and Delvene Hicks. Paula White has been selected as Chair, and Zoe Lethbridge...

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