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26 July, 2019 #News

Fires and Feral Baiting, Banjima Rangers Continue to Care for Country

July saw our Banjima Rangers undertake a number of projects in partnership with WA's Parks and Wildlife Service (PAWS), including one of the first trials of combined fire management - feral cat baiting trial in Australia!

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26 July, 2019 #News

BNTAC Welcomes Our New CEO

Banjima Native Title Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC would like to welcome Johanna Ramsay, our new Interim CEO. Johanna brings a wealth of experience to our organisation having previously worked at Edith Cowan University's Kurongkurl Katitjin Centre for Indigenous Australian Education and Research, held the position Director position at the Tourism Council WA, and headed Skywest as CEO for four year

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26 July, 2019 #Opportunities

Join Our New Remote Ranger Program!

Applications are now open for Banjima Country Management's new Remote Ranger Program. Join our BCM team for a unique and flexible opportunity to look after Banjima Country!

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26 July, 2019 #News

Keeping Culture Stays Strong Through Song & Dance

Banjima community members recently spoke to the Pilbara's Ngaarda Media about the importance of practicing cultural dances that have been passed down from generation to generation.

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26 July, 2019 #News

Banjima Community Elects New Trustee, DMC and Council Members

The Banjima People successfully voted in a new Trustee, Banjima Charitable Trust Decision-Making Committee (DMC) and Council members at a community meeting held in Porth Hedland on 11 - 12 July. BNTAC's Board and Interim CEO would like to congratulate Australian Executor Trustees (AET) for being elected Banjima's Trustee for the next three years. The long-term appointment of AET — which won 90%...

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7 July, 2019 #News

Celebrate NAIDOC Week!

We invite our community to come together and celebrate this year's NAIDOC Week — themed Voice. Treaty. Truth. Visit the NAIDOC Week calendar to join an event in your local area and celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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