Tiga Bayles interviews Johnathon Link who works with the Royal Flying Doctors. He talks about his role in the Royal Flying Doctors and tells us also about him supporting the Mens' Group in Kawanyama.
Josie Creek who is a councellor also is interviewed by Tiga Bayles. Josie Creek works with varies services such as RFDF, CLINIC and services that come in town such as; drug and alcohol, child and youth mental health, child safety and also with the Womens' Group. Josie talks about councelling as a job.
Tiga Bayles also interviews Steven Kepper who is the RIBS coordinator at 4KO in Kowanyama. Steven Kepper engages and trains students at the local school and provides content for the BIMA Health Community projects. Elders also get involved in 4KO radio station at Kowanyama.
Tiga Bayles interviews Chris Graham who is the Editor of the National Indigenous Times. The National Indigenous Times are celebrating their 6th Birthday.
In this interview they talk abit about Anthony Mundine, NIT article issues on sex slaves in the Japanese war, housing crisis in Indigenous communities, the Northern Territory Title and much more.
Tiga Bayles interviews Larissa Behrendt who is a Professor of Law and Director of Research at the Jumbunna Indigenous House of learning at the University of Technology in Sydney. Larissa talks about the lack of Labor leadership, policy in Indigenous affairs and much more.
Tiga Bayles interviews Colleen Hattersley who is a writer. Tiga also interviews Anne and Ian Poelina who are on the phone from Broome in W.A.
Anne is the Managing Director of Madjulla Inc. Madjulla Inc have produced an educational cd about the language and culture of the Nyikina people from Derby W.A. Madjulla was the Indigenous corporation who stuck with the project and saw it through to fruition, the idea of the cd being was to raise money to assist them in preserving their language/s in particular. Colleen and Ian have worked on the project with Madjulla.
If you would like a copy of the Birrajarkoo CD please visit their website: www.nyikinaink.com
Tiga Bayles interviews Boni Robertson who is the Associate Professor of Indigenous Policies and director of the Gumurri Centre at Griffith University.
In this interview Boni talks about International Womens' Day and what it means to her. Aunty Ruth who is an Indigenous elder tells us about her thoughts on International Womens' Day. Both Boni and Aunty Ruth also talk about the 40th Anniversary of the Referendum.
Tiga Bayles interviews Geoff Scott who is the CEO of NSW Aboriginal Land Council. In this interview Geoff talks about housing, perticularly ownership and much more issues.
Tiga Bayles interviews Rachael Siewert who is the Greens Spokesperson for Aboriginal Affairs & the Western Australian Senator. In this interview Rachael Siewert talks about Centrelink breaches, progress on stolen wages in W.A and changes to Native Title issues.
Tiga Bayles interviews Tom Trevorrow who is the Chairsperson of the Ngarrindjeri Heritage Commitee.
In 2003 the Ngarrindjeri Nation recieved these Old People back through assistance of the Australian National Museum that Edinburgh University had been holding from Ramsay Smith in Scotland, after ATSIC had arranged and supported the repatriation.
Camp Coorong has been their temporary resting place since their return. Now they are to be placed back in their final resting place at Hacks Point and Parnka Point in the Coorong within their Traditional Lands & Waters from which they were illegally removed.
In this interview Tom Trevorrow tells more.
And if you're wanting to get in contact or find out further information about the Reburials contact Camp Coorong on
Telephone: (08) 8575 1557
Fax: (08) 8575 1448
This interview is focused on the Traditional Knowledge Revival Pathways project which was designed on Cape York Balkanu Cape York Development Corporation and has been applied across five regions and seven other projects in Queensland. Tiga Bayles interviews Vickie Webb who is a Program Manager, Desert Chanels Indigenous Program Facilitator David Thompson and Balkanu Project Leader Victor Steffensen. Victor has been with the original project since its inception and knows all the history and what's behind.