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Australian Federal Government Announces 38 New Community Projects to Tackle Indigenous Health Challenges

Written on August 5, 2011 at 8:46 am, by

Red Dust is proud to announce that as part of the Government’s ‘Get Active, Eat Good Tucker, Live Longer’ campaign, we have been successful in receiving a grant to help facilitate communities to develop their own health promotion strategies.

The …

Vodafone Employees Raise Nearly $30,000 for Walkabout Week.

Written on July 12, 2011 at 10:05 am, by

Red Dust would like to formally thank the wonderful Vodafone staff members who participated in Walkabout Week back in May.  With 562 participants in total across the country this is a fantastic effort. Congratulations to the winners of the tour …

Tiwi Youth Leadership Tour In Melbourne (May 20 – 24)

Written on May 31, 2011 at 12:12 pm, by

Red Dust recently collaborated with the Australian Red Cross Program based in Nguiu and Tiwi Shire by supporting a Youth Leadership Tour to Melbourne. This gave 6 identified youth leaders from the Tiwi Islands the opportunity to visit Melbourne for …

Creative Program a Hit at Centralian Middle School

Written on December 15, 2010 at 4:33 pm, by

Music Production was the final program delivered at Centralian Middle School in Alice Springs for the year.  Artist/Producer Wayne Glenn did an amazing job, working around the clock with different students to produce five songs for the week.

Most students …

Aspiring Indigenous journalist awarded Clinton Grybas Media Scholarship

Written on September 3, 2010 at 12:52 pm, by

Karina Hogan is aiming to follow in Clinton’s footsteps as the first ever recipient of the Clinton Grybas Media Scholarship.

The Clinton Grybas Media Scholarship is a prestigious award administered by Red Dust that supports and provides assistance to Indigenous …

Red Dust partners with the Western Desert’s Pintupi people to record local stories

Written on June 21, 2010 at 2:30 pm, by

To mark the anniversary of the return of the Walungurru people from Papunya to their land at Kintore, Red Dust as part of their Lifestyle Education Program is working with the Western Desert people to capture and record stories associated …