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Koori Radio News

Exploring the Journey: Lola Forester Interviews Richard Frankland on BlackChat

The Voice to Parliament: Where to from here and what is our collective...
13 February 2024

How You Can Enjoy Yabun 2024: 3 Ways to Join the Celebration

Yabun 2024 is fast approaching, and excitement is building as we prepare for a day filled with culture, music, and community spirit. Whether you plan to attend in person or join us virtually, here are three ways to make sure you don't miss out on...
24 January 2024

Yabun Festival excited to announce sponsorship from Australian leader in supplier diversity, Supply Nation

The Yabun Festival is thrilled to announce its partnership with Supply Nation, the Australian leader in supplier diversity. The vibrant celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures is scheduled for Friday, 26 January 2024, on...
19 January 2024

Gadigal Information Service Presents: Yabun Festival 2024

Australia's largest one-day celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, the Yabun Festival, is set to return on January 26th, taking place at Victoria Park on the traditional lands of the Gadigal people.  Established in...
19 January 2024

Photographer Barbara McGrady looks back

In a career spanning over 30 years, Gomeroi (Gamilaraay)/Murri photojournalist Barbara McGrady has built up a long list of achievements. “I have always been interested in our mob, connected to our own surroundings,” she told Koori Radio’s...
27 November 2023

“You Need Everyone to Work Together”: Victor Steffensen

Writer and fire practitioner Victor Steffensen says he hopes his new book The Trees: Learning Tree Knowledge with Uncle Kuu will encourage people to look after the land better. “The key is adaptation and understanding the land and how we adapt...
27 November 2023

“It can lurk in places you’d never expect”: Asbestos awareness ambassador Cherie Barber

2023 marks 20 years since asbestos was banned in Australia, but campaigners warn that there’s still a huge amount of asbestos out there making people sick. As this week is National Asbestos Awareness week, Australian renovation queen Cherie...
27 November 2023

2024 Koori Knockout Details Announced

The 2024 Koori Knockout will be held on October 4th to 7th at the newly completed Hereford Street Rugby Complex in Bathurst. Walgett Aboriginal Connection won the rights to host next year's knockout after defeating Wiradjuri Aboriginal Rivers...
27 November 2023

“Connection through story”: Lucas Proudfoot

Multi-platform storyteller Lucas Proudfoot has stressed the importance of First Nations educators and his concern at their under representation in an interview with Koori Radio’s DJ BrothaBlack. The Minyungbal and Goodjinburra story teller...
27 November 2023

“Helping People Find Their Superpower”: Juliet Middleton

Disability support provider Live Big CEO Juliet Middleton says she sees her role as helping people figure out what their potential is and how they can achieve it. "The people we care for are just as capable as anyone else, it's just about being...
15 November 2023

“It’s about uplifting Indigenous Fathers”: Kobie Dee

Gomeroi Artist and story teller Kobie Dee's latest single is a haunting and uplifting ode to Aboriginal fathers. Called Father's Eyes, and created in collaboration with Stan Walker, Kobie Dee says the track is the result of him trying to...
15 November 2023

“Truth Telling Begins Now”: John Maynard

Eminent Worimi historian John Maynard has called for a truth telling process to begin in the wake of the failed Voice to Parliament Referendum. Australians last month voted against the proposal, which would have enshrined an Aboriginal and...
9 November 2023
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