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23 November, 2020 #News

BNTAC's 2019-2020 Annual Plan Report is available online

The report highlights some of our key achievements in the 2019-2020 period and how we've worked together with Banjima's committees and consultation groups to get the best outcomes for our community and Country. Click below to view and download.

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18 November, 2020 #News

Remembering the 1946 Pilbara strike, Australia's longest, that paved the way for Indigenous rights

Banjima Elder Marshall Smith speaks to the ABC about the 1946 Pilbara strike, when 800 Aboriginal pastoral workers walked off stations in a campaign for fair wages and working conditions.

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9 October, 2020 #Notice

Call for Banjima People to take part in South Flank Advisory Council

BNTAC and BHP announced the establishment of a Heritage Advisory Council for the South Flank mine. Banjima people interested in being part of this important group can express their interest by contacting us before 19 October. Click below to find out full details.

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14 September, 2020 #Opportunities

University of WA program invites members to take part in Memory study

University of WA’s Dementia Prevention and Risk Management Program for Aboriginal Australians is inviting all Indigenous People aged 45 years and over, who are worried about their memory, to participate in the "Keeping Memories Strong" program. The program takes place in Perth or Geraldton. Participants will receive a $25 giftcard.

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14 September, 2020 #News

WA Gov invites communities to attend info session on new Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill

The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage invites local Aboriginal community members to attend information sessions for the new Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill 2020. The sessions will be held all over WA, including Midland (24 September), Karratha (29 September), and South Hedland (30 September). Click below for full schedule.

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11 September, 2020 #Notice

Banjima Elders to advise on South Flank Heritage

Banjima Native Title Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC (BNTAC), the prescribed body corporate for the Banjima People, together with BHP, today announced plans for the establishment of a Heritage Advisory Council, comprising Banjima Elders and senior BHP representatives, to provide input into mine planning at South Flank. 

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