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At-Home Pfizer Vaccination for Aboriginal Families in South Western Sydney

The SWSLHD Aboriginal Health Service is now providing a home visiting COVID-19 vaccination service for Aboriginal families in South Western Sydney. If you are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and would like to get the Pfizer Jab at home,...

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Program Recap: Full Episode, Jailbreak, with QL of Landfill

From Vancouver, we've got a very special host. Canadian First Nations rapper, QL of Landfill, took control of Jailbreak's glorious hour of listening. Deep dive with Q into his music, the impact of and, life after incarceration on family,...

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Kobie Dee’s Newest Track, Doobs, Is Staunch & Powerful In All The Right Ways

Kobie Dee has graced us with another track in anticipation of his upcoming debut EP, ‘Gratitude Over Pity’, arriving later this year via Bad Apples Music. DOOBS shows Kobie reaching new heights with his music, the track itself could be...

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The reveal of world premiere, epic-scale contemporary work Wudjang: Not the Past

In a first-time co-production, two powerhouse arts companies, Bangarra Dance Theatre and Sydney Theatre Company, will join forces to present the world premiere of Wudjang: Not the Past, an epic-scale contemporary corroboree, and Bangarra’s...

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Breaking Down the Issues for First Nations People

Join us live this Thursday, Sep 30 at 10:00 am as Charles Sturt University brings together an expert panel to break down the issues for First Nations People.As well as being vulnerable to the effects of Covid 19, First Nations people are dealing...

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“Under These Streets” Is a Soulfully Slick Masterpiece

On September 17, Emma Donovan and The Putbacks released their new album, ‘Under These Streets’ featuring 8 tracks. ‘Under These Streets’ is the third album from Emma Donovan and The Putbacks. The album explores varying themes from...

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Miiesha Lands A Trifecta with “Price I Paid”

Miiesha (pronounced My-ee-sha) is a Pitjantjatjara/Torres Strait Islander artist from Woorabinda in Queensland, Wadjigal Land. With a voice that showcases vulnerability and strength, Miiesha is pioneering in Australian R&B. Off the back of...

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The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia is Calling for Indigenous Female Creatives

Are you an Indigenous female creative aspiring to tell a personal story to an international audience? Apply for RE/Vision, the chance to produce an innovative, digital work using the national audiovisual collection with the support of AusGov Office...

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WHO WE ARE

Koori Radio is Sydney’s only First Nations radio station broadcasting 24/7 from Australia’s Black Capital of Redfern. Our Live ‘n' Deadly mix of music, news, community information and discussion draws a wide audience of listeners from Australia’s largest population of Aboriginal people, the many other First Nations people who have called Sydney home and ordinary Australians who share our tastes in music and our cultural views.

Koori Radio is a community broadcasting service and needs your support to remain on air. You can support Koori Radio by becoming a member , or by making a donation here.
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Our analogue broadcast signal covers 9000 square kms with a potential audience of over 6 million listeners. We broadcast 41 niche programs in 8 Languages (English, Aboriginal Creole, TorresStrait Island Creole, Hindi, Fijian, Maori, Samoan, Jamaican Creole) and have an average of 280 000 monthly listeners.

Get in touch at marketing@kooriradio.com to discuss our various sponsorship packages, including how we can best help you reach your target audience.

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