Sunraysia Fruit & Veggie Swap

Sunraysia Fruit and Vegetable Swap

Sunraysia Fruit and Vegetable Swap is a new community food swap program, organizing fortnightly get togethers where people can swap home grown produce, share information and learn more about growing fruit and vegetables. Phoenix Online provided 100% sponsorship of the site, and provides on-going technical support and promotional services

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Healthy Together Mildura

Healthy Together Mildura

Mildura is involved in a major new initiative to improve people’s health where they live, learn, work and play by addressing the causes of health problems. It’s an initiative that puts the emphasis of healthy living back into local hands. The new prevention initiative is called Healthy Together Victoria (HTV). On a local level, Healthy Together […]

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Australian Inland Botanic Gardens

Visitors and scholars from overseas have thrilled at what has been achieved in just two decades. University students from Michigan recently explored the sustainable watering system. Tourists on train tours driven by volunteers have marvelled at the scale of the site and the variety of plants. Phoenix Online provided the Australian Inland Botanic Gardens with […]

NILSMC

National Indigenous Land and Sea Management Conference

In the UN International Year of Biodiversity, the Broken Hill Aboriginal community and the National Indigenous Land and Sea Management Conference Committee will host the National Indigenous Land and Sea Management Conference for 2010. The Steering Committee is also pleased to announce Professor Marcia Langton will be a Patron of the National Indigenous Land and […]

Yijala Yala

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Yijala Yala Project is a long-term, multi-platform arts project based in Ieramugadu (Roebourne) focused on telling the story of the community’s culture, history and future in a range of media: theatre, film, games, iPad applications and music. Through arts and digital media skill development and content creation, it explores the inter-connection between past, present and […]

Nothing Rhymes with Ngapartji

Nothing Rhymes with Ngapartji

Nothing Rhymes with Ngapartji, follows the journey of acclaimed Pitjantjatjara actor, Trevor Jamieson, as he returns to his traditional country to perform his hit theatre show – Ngapartji Ngapartji – to an all-Indigenous audience, in the remote Australian aboriginal community of Ernabella, South Australia. Trevor has struggled to hold onto language and culture while living […]

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Ngapartji Ngapartji

Conceived in 2004 based on research undertaken since 1999 Ngapartji Ngapartji was based on Arrernte country in Mparntwe (Alice Springs) from early 2005 – mid 2010. Ngapartji Ngapartji had many layers involving language learning, teaching and maintenance, community development, crime prevention, cross cultural collaboration and creating new literacy training models as well as film, art, policy and theatre […]

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Ngaparti Ngaparti (Ninti)

Ngaparti Ngaparti Ninti

Since we updated and relaunched our main project website – www.ngapartji.org – we’ve decided to post our regular news updates on that site instead of Ninti, so head next door for some tales of what we have been up to! The Ngapartji Ngaparjti project is currently in wind up and archival mode, but we want to make […]

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Namatjira

The Namatjira project is a multilayered, long-term arts project that is many things to many people. It includes a creative community development project, an original theatrical work, and an accompanying watercolour exhibition. It is also a celebration of the acclaimed watercolour artist Albert Namatjira’s life and legacy. The project is run by arts and social change organisation Big hART, in […]

Long Weekend

Museum of the Long Weekend

Produced by Big hART for the Centenary of Canberra SPIN program, MUSEUM OF THE LONG WEEKEND was a celebration of the national capital through the lens of recreation, holidays, relaxation and older Australians who worked hard building what we now enjoy. The Museum was exhibited in and around vintage caravans and begun in the far flung corners […]