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4 Steps to Accessing the Aged Care You Want 

Supporting the elders in our community   Larrakia Nation is the largest provider of aged care services in Darwin with over 170 clients. We offer a variety of support services to assist not only our First Australians, but all elderly to remain living independent and in their homes for as long they choose. Michelle McCall […]

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Show Day at Larrakia Aged Care

Undeterred by the cancellation of the Darwin Show, Larrakia Nation Aged Care had a show day of their own on July 21. “We came up with the idea because the show was cancelled in Darwin and I am great believer in doing a variety of activities with the elders, so we decided we would organise […]

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Laticha and Clarrise’s story 

  Clarisse and Laticha are sisters at primary school in Darwin. Two years ago, they were removed from their parent’s care and placed into an out of home care foster care placement by Territory families. Laticha and Clarisse’s parents love them but were having challenges in their relationship because of substance misuse and weren’t coping […]

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Adversity breeds opportunity 

A mix of adversity and opportunity has been true of the impact of COVID19 on Larrakia Nation in 2020. It’s been a tough year, as we have had to adapt to keep our clients, staff and families safe, but as an organisation that specialises in connecting to people at a grass roots level, limiting contact […]

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Colourful NAIDOC shirts that connect us as one 

My Mum Kathy Arbon, my niece’s Lylah Quall and Meleeka Quall and myself, Natalie Quall   The story behind the design  Larrakia/Arabana artist, Natalie Quall has designed this year’s NAIDOC shirts and they are a colourful expression of connecting as one. Natalie has designed the shirts to represent the difference and similarity of Aboriginal and Torres […]

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Commercial kitchen finally approved

Time to celebrate  As far as the Aged Care team is concerned it’s time to celebrate. After years of begging, it looks like Natalie Quall the cook and Jeff Smith the kitchenhand won’t be cooking for Meals on Wheels in the tiny staff kitchen anymore because funding for a commercial kitchen has finally been approved. […]

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You can still return to your community to protect yourself from Coronavirus

On Thursday 26 March, remote communities in the Northern Territory (NT) were closed to all non-essential travel in response to concerns about the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Residents of remote communities wishing to re-enter their community must now quarantine for 14 days at particular locations in the NT prior to re-entering their community.  In Darwin Larrakia […]

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In My Blood It Runs Documentary

In My Blood It Runs, the newest heartwarming and timely documentary from Maya Newell (Gayby Baby) in collaboration with Arrente and Garrwa families from the NT is available for viewing IN YOUR LIVING ROOM! In light of COVID-19, the film team have designed a unique series of online Virtual Cinema with Q&A events.   WATCH […]

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Do you want to return to your community to protect yourself from Coronavirus?

If you do, contact the Return to Country office next to Centrelink Casuarina, call us on 8945 5211 or 1800 290 659 or talk to any of the Larrakia Patrols. If you take advantage of this offer there will be no cost to you if you usually live in your community. NTG is taking additional […]

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Director Nominations Now Open

Click on the forms below to download: Rules for nomination 2019 Director Nomination Form

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