17 August, 2022 #News

BNTAC sharing FOI Documents on the Iron Ore (Wittenoom) Agreement Act

BNTAC is sharing the documents of Asbestos Management Plans for activities taking place on Banjima Country. These documents are held by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety and have been released following a Freedom of Information application by Chapple Research Pty Ltd on behalf of BNTAC. The documents relate specifically to the Iron Ore (Wittenoom) Agreement Act  (which is...

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27 July, 2022 #Opportunities

Indigenous Land and Sea Council - wants to hear from you

The Indigenous Land and Sea Council (ILSC) wants to hear from you about how they can help more communities. ILSC supports the return and management of Country to deliver positive changes for Indigenous people, communities and corporations. They fund projects and activities that create outcomes which are valued by owners and managers of Country. They are seeking input into the development of the ...

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12 July, 2022 #Opportunities

MIB Traffic - Job and Community BBQ events

MIB Traffic are seeking interested people to come for a chat at any one of their Community days in July. See their flyer for more info here

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7 July, 2022 #Opportunities

EOI to be part of The Karijini Experience 2023

You can be a part of The Karijini Experience in 2023. If you are a performer, artists, story teller, CMS Events who are managing this process, are keen to hear from Traditional Owners from across the Pilbara who are keen to come to Karijini to showcase Pilbara Aboriginal culture. The event will be held in NAIDOC Week, 5-9 July 2023. The EOI form is here 

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30 June, 2022 #News

BNTAC June Newsletter is published

The BNTAC June newsletter is now available. Be sure to have a read as it has some great announcements - for eg Expressions of Interest for The Karijini Experience 2023, and update forms for Member Benefits. Read more here.

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