Rugby league superstar Jonathan Thurston has been named 2013 National NAIDOC Sportsperson of the Year, and accepted his award by video. Our national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander newspaper, 100% Aboriginal Owned & Self Funded Since 1991. I AM a proud Bundjalung woman and pictured here with me are all six generations of my family.  The newspaper is based in Lismore. I spent my childhood in Fingal, NSW, and in my early years I worked in Brisbane as a seamstress. Emma’s family instilled in her from a young age, the importance of taking opportunities denied to her forebears because of their Aboriginality. Koori Mail has proudly been ‘The Voice of Indigenous Australia’ since 1991. , The Koori Mail was founded in 1991, by Owen Carriage. Currently the council flies the Aboriginal flag in NAIDOC week and on Reconciliation Day. EMMA Langton’s great- grandmother (maternal grandfather side) was a Birri Gubba woman who was forced to work on a cattle station when she was nine years old as part of the Stolen Generations. , More than 9,150 copies of the Koori Mail are sold each fortnight. Mr Johnstone, 43, was handcuffed, shackled and shot in the back while running away from two NSW Corrections officers outside Lismore Base Hospital in northern NSW on March 15 last year. Koori Mail Magazine 25 issues per year View Reviews | Write Review From $1.00 per issue Newspaper reporting on issues that matter to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. She was my mentor and continually inspired me to be the best person I could be. These days I live in a nursing home in Chinderah.
Our names are Michael and Matthew and we go to Oberon Public School, where we are in Year 1 and this is our story about animals and plants on our Pop and Nan’s property. From ‘The Boys’ Michael & Matthew (CJ) Oberon, NSW. Rudi Maxwell is the current editor of the newspaper. Marilyn Butler, Kerry Crawford and Al Shanahan. I recently celebrated my 100th birthday with my beautiful daughters Junee and Noelene, her daughter Sarina and my great granddaughter Pisila. Koori Mail, Lismore, NSW. She lived with six other family members in a two bedroom wooden hut with a tin roof and dirt floor. Well that’s our story, hope you enjoyed it.
For our latest edition, buy a copy of the Koori Mail at your nearest major newsagency. Pop is now looking every day for an extremely rare orchid, Buttercup Doubletail, which should start to come up and flower in the next few weeks.
 It has correspondents and contributors throughout Australia. The Fortnightly National Indigenous Newspaper – 100% Aboriginal-Owned 100% Self Funded. It was a significant moment for so many following the case. Emma Langton has won the Michelle Crowther PSM Excellence in Government Legal Service Award from the Law Society of NSW. , Kirstie Parker, CEO of the National Centre for Indigenous Excellence, is a former Koori Mail editor. An inquest into Mr Johnstone’s death began in Lismore last week, with counsel assisting the coroner Dr Peggy Dwyer telling the inquest that the coroner, Teresa O’Sullivan, must suspend the inquest if she “forms the opinion that there is evidence capable of satisfying a jury beyond reasonable doubt that a known person had committed an indictable offence”. Koori Mail Our national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander newspaper . They waited patiently as the landmark decision to commit the Northern Territory police officer charged with murder for the shooting death of the Yuendumu teen was made. After treatment, while being escorted back to the van by two corrections officers – one of whom was armed with a revolver – he started running. Mum was an Aboriginal woman who married Alphonso Fay, who was also Aboriginal and part Philippino. As one of the prominent focal events in the ongoing campaign against Aboriginal deaths in custody, in the climate of Black Lives Matter and as another marker for the continuous struggles of First Nations peoples, the landmark decision gave people a moment of hope that they might see justice. And Emma’s mother, a strong Aboriginal woman, worked as a childcare and community worker to provide for her daughter while they resided in a Housing Commission home.
The Voice of Indigeous Australia - Fortnightly National Indigenous Newspaper - 100% Aboriginal-owned and 100% Self-funding. Subscribe to Koori Mail now to receive fortnightly news, views, advertisements and other material of vital interest to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians and Australians interested in Indigenous affairs. One of the most exciting moments of my birthday celebration was when I was presented with a letter from the Queen honouring…, Western NSW Primary Health Network (WSNW PHN), Victoria State Government – Justice and Community Safety, Dandenong and District Aborigines Co-operative Limited, Victoria Government – Justice and Community Safety, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), Australian Government – Department of Education, Skills and Employment. The Koori Mail is an Australian newspaper written and owned by Indigenous Australians. The Koori Mail’s first edition was just 24 pages, all black and white (except for the masthead), and read by about 25,000 people. International customers should please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details & to subscribe. The staunch and proud First Nations of central Australia came together in solidarity at the Alice Springs Law Courts barely a week after the burial of Kumanjayi Walker. Ald Richard James reasoned the fourth flag pole be kept empty for any visiting organisation wishing to fly their flag, saying he was aware of one occasion this had…. Today, the newspaper averages close to 100 pages, is alive with colour, and reaches more than 100,000 readers right around Australia every fortnight. The Fortnightly National Indigenous Newspaper – 100% Aboriginal-Owned 100% Self Funded. We are 100% Aboriginal owned and all profits go to Indigenous Australians We give indigenous Australians a voice often missing in the mainstream media. Use the links above to view/download the employment pages from recent editions. The officers cannot be named for legal reasons. The Koori Mail’s job advertisement pages are read by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people Australia-wide. 61K likes. Pop and Nan said this condition is very rare in animals and they hadn’t heard of it before in a pikipila so we must ensure it is looked after and protected. Emma is a proud Yaegl woman and Legal Aid lawyer who has just won one of the most…. IT was an historic step for justice for First Nations people in the fight to stop deaths in custody. • MOSQUITO's first game in the AFL will forever be remembered as the day football’s Dreamtime headed to Darwin for the annual centrepiece fixture between Essendon and Richmond. The Koori Mail was founded in 1991, by Owen Carriage.. Please note that subscribing through this page is for Australian customers only. Koori Mail has proudly been ‘The Voice of Indigenous Australia’ since 1991. Industry, Science, Energy & Resources, Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS), Victorian Government – Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Blue Mountains Aboriginal Culture and Resource Centre (ACRC), Australian Government – Services Australia, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications, Queensland Government – Department of Housing and Public Works, Victorian Aboriginal Community Services Association Ltd, Australian Government – Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council of New South Wales (AH&MRC), The Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council of New South Wales (AH&MRC), Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC), Community Restorative Centre (CRC) – Sydney, St Vincent’s Private Hospital – Darlinghurst, NSW, 100% Aboriginal Owned & Self Funded Since 1991. Subscribe to Koori Mail now to receive fortnightly news, views, advertisements and other material of vital interest to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians and Australians interested in Indigenous affairs.
, The Koori Mail is owned by Indigenous Australians through five Aboriginal community organisations based in northern New South Wales. Several hundred little Aboriginal flags were planted on the lawns of the Clarence City Council in response to a decision to not fly the Aboriginal flag permanently on a pole that stands empty outside the municipal offices. Haynes and Morrison were both selected by the Dockers in the 2020 AFLW draft with selections 30 and 46 respectively after being rewarded for outstanding WAFLW seasons at Subiaco and Swan Districts. On Tuesday, the inquest heard that Mr Johnstone, who had a history of escaping custody, had been taken to hospital while on remand after suffering an epileptic seizure in the cells of Lismore Court House, where he had been denied bail on assault charges. Welcome to the Koori Mail Advertising Department. Danny Bromot, a Yolngu man working in the mining industry at Nhulunbuy, is the 2013 National NAIDOC Apprentice of the Year. The Gold Coast will host next year’s NAIDOC national focus celebrations. There was every chance Fremantle would have won that premiership, but now with the…. Alderman Sharyn Von Bertouch (the council voted against calling elected representatives ‘councillors’ last year) said she could not support it without a workshop. But trepidation turned to relief when the crowd heard the decision to commit Constable Zach Rolfe to stand trial in the Northern Territory Supreme Court. For more on this story, subscribe or grab the next edition. , National Centre for Indigenous Excellence, "Milestone for the Koori Mail | Northern Star", "National Indigenous newspaper, the Koori Mail, marks 25 years in print", "Local Bundjalung woman appointed Koori Mail boss – Echonetdaily", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Koori_Mail&oldid=953429406, All Wikipedia articles written in Australian English, Articles with unsourced statements from December 2011, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Bunjum Co-operative; Buyinbin Inc; Kurrachee Co-operative; Bundjalung Tribal Society; Nungera Co-operative, This page was last edited on 27 April 2020, at 07:10. Andrew Jackomos appointed Victoria's - and Australia's - first Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People. , It is published fortnightly and available by subscription and in newsagents in every Australian state and territory. The inquest heard the armed officer fired three shots after shouting a warning, and the third shot hit Mr Johnstone in the mid- back, going through his aorta, liver and diaphragm. Research indicates that it averages around 100,000 readers, many of whom access the newspaper through community councils, land councils, health and housing services, educational units, and Indigenous businesses. Queensland Police descend on roadblock.  Its board of directors and editor are all Aboriginal people.  Naomi Moran is the paper's general manager. She also attended a makeshift school run by the reserve manager. Lowah (nothing),” she said. It was a beautiful day and I loved being able to get together with all the people who were able to drop in. When Clarence City Council voted down a motion to fly the Aboriginal flag permanently, community members planted flags of their own.
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