Big things are happening at Tenant Creek this week at the RISE-Ngurratjuta ladies activities!
Exquisite artwork is being produced showcasing our flora and fauna and bringing to life the magical colours of our land The precision and vibrancy of the work in these paintings is a testament to their talent.
Spin-off from NAIDOC week
Six bands from across the NT and the Tri-state region have been chosen to perform
At this year’s Annual Bush Bands Bash held in Alice Springs on Sunday 8th September.
The Mutitjulu and Docker River Band are two of the six chosen this year.
This was a spin off from the wonderful week we held here in Region 21 for NAIDOC Week.
Rise Ngurratjuta was the main sponsors and we should ensure we capitalise on their continuing success.
The team from Region 21 are going to Alice Springs to support our local communities.
Rise-Ngurratjuta opens offices in Tennant Creek 1 July, providing Community Development Program (CDP) services to boost employment and education opportunities for job seekers in the South East Barkley Area.
Mundine Means Business, a national program highlighting the success and entrepreneurship of Australia’s Indigenous society, recently visited RISE-Ngurratjuta to see the Community Development Program in action. Warren Mundine met with local representatives and community members to learn more about training, employment and business opportunities for the communities in this region.