Posts in Category: Aboriginal
FINE examples of contemporary Australian Indigenous art collected by Sydney based businessman Geoffrey Hassall are being exhibited at the Wangaratta Art Gallery.
A ‘WELCOME to Yorta Yorta Country’ sign recently erected on the Hume Freeway near Chiltern will be pulled down following concerns raised by Bpangerang advocates.
THE Bullawah Cultural Trail project in Wangaratta, a 2.4km path that recognises Indigenous culture and reconciliation, has won a Victorian award.
The Bpangerang want the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council to recognise them as a ‘registered Aboriginal party’ in their own country.
ABORIGINAL artefacts found on the site of a planned bridge over Three Mile Creek are expected to be excavated next month.
LOCAL elders and politicians weigh in on the Australia Day date change debate.
CONSTRUCTION of a new bridge over Three Mile Creek has been delayed by up to six months, after Aboriginal artefacts were found on designated land.
HUNDREDS of hours of work from dozens of people came to fruition with the official opening of the Bullawah Cultural Trail.
A DISAPPOINTING act of vandalism has left police calling for witnesses.
THE Pangerang-Bangerang people have again been rejected as a ‘registered Aboriginal party’ in their own country.
VANDALISM on two Wangaratta indigenous landmarks along the Ovens River has been described by an Aboriginal elder as a racist attack.
THREE sculptures along the trail have now been added and interpretive signage will be installed along with landscaping works