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June 11, 2021
Are you a member director or independent? Independent What attracted you to sit on the LNAC Board? I’ve been keen to understand Larrakia aspirations generally and through LNAC, in particular. Now I have the opportunity to do so and I’d like to meet and listen to as many members as possible. I am also […]
June 2, 2021
Larrakia Nation in collaboration with the Palmerston Indigenous Network have just successfully finished delivering the Trauma Training Session at the YMCA Palmerston Youth Centre in Palmerston. The three day workshop was about identifying cultural and intergenerational trauma on the body and on our community. Building a better informed community Kay Villaflor is the coordinator […]
May 18, 2021
The LNAC board chairperson Richard Fejo is a man of many talents, one of them is making people laugh. A founding member of the Aboriginal stand-up comedy group Deadly Darwin, Richard and other Larrakia Nation members are taking to the stage over the dry season to promote healing through laughter. “We believe laughter is the […]
May 10, 2021
It can no longer be tolerated was the resounding message at a meeting of Aboriginal services on April 29 in Darwin. The meeting was organised to address the worsening issue of long grass camps and the drinking behaviour that goes hand in hand with people camping around Darwin. “We have community visitors coming to Darwin […]
May 1, 2021
It’s safe to say the Aged Care section of Larrakia Nation is where the fun is at. We have an impressive regime of entertainment for our clients, and we take pride in providing interesting, enabling, engaging and fun activities. But with all things, it costs money, so the team have recently committed to a fundraising […]
April 22, 2021
Yesterday was National Youth Homelessness Day and to recognise the resilience of young people who are homeless, a whole mob of young people met in Civic Park in Darwin for couch racing. The Larrakia Nation Team won! Pushing the couch they designed, the team was made up of five boys from Palmerston who beat all […]
April 15, 2021
“I’m not teaching them makeup to go out to Discovery. I’m teaching everyday women and girls how to feel good about themselves” said Barkindji woman Kani Tezaris who ran the hugely successful Youth Empowerment Program at the Larrakia NationHosts shop in town on Monday April 12. Massive turn out for first session Seated around long tables […]
April 12, 2021
Podcast brings Indigenous people across the world closer The US Consul General Mike Kleine and his entourage visited the Larrakia Hosts shop yesterday to acknowledge the Parallel Heart podcast created in 2020. The six-part podcast explores the similarities and differences of two Indigenous groups who sit on the opposite sides of the world. Set […]