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Six blokes and an old boat with a nice arse. The ‘Selamat Dua’

Six blokes and an old boat with a nice arse. The ‘Selamat Dua’

The loss of the 'Selamat Dua' is one of the great nautical regrets of my life, because two years later I was living and working in East Timor following the crisis and the 'Selamat Dua' would have been perfect over there - Tony Haritos.

Send in the troops – Arnhem Land has been ‘smashed’

Send in the troops – Arnhem Land has been ‘smashed’

"I'm mystified why the Territory and Federal governments haven't sent the troops in to help with the utter devastation in Arnhem Land. We have Robertson Barracks in Darwin that is full of troops on standby to do this kind of work. We have people living with no water, no power and in houses that have been smashed by fallen trees and they need help and now." Alastair King, CEO, Arnhem Land Progress Association

Gurrumul, Sammy Butcher, ‘mature quail’ and great footy. Barunga Festival day 2

Gurrumul, Sammy Butcher, ‘mature quail’ and great footy. Barunga Festival day 2

Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu came to Barunga, captured our hearts and left us all better for it. My report from day 2 of the 2013 Barunga Festival.

Vale Mr. Yunupingu 1956 – 2013

Vale Mr. Yunupingu 1956 – 2013

Vale Mr. Yunupingu. Taken too soon. 1956-2013

The best fun you’ll have out bush all year…the NT’s Barunga Festival

The best fun you’ll have out bush all year…the NT’s Barunga Festival

The Barunga Statement painting combined several clan designs from Yolngu country in northeastern Arnhem Land on the left with a large design featuring traditional Central Desert iconography on the right. As such it visually affirmed the unified demands of the Aboriginal people of the Northern Territory and the Land Councils that represented the interests of those who had already attained the first measure of self-management promised by the Land Rights Act (NT) 1976.