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Dambimangari April/May 2018 Newsletter
Posted on 01 May 2018
The Latest newsletter includes a farewell to former CEO Peter MCumstie, who has retired this year to tackle some health issues.
Right time burning begins
Posted on 20 Apr 2018
The Australian Wildlife Conservancy in collaboration with Dambimangari Aboriginal Corporation is conducting a fire management program across Yampi Sound Training Area and the Dambimangari Indigenous Protected Area.
Investing in Dambimangari Country
Posted on 11 Apr 2018
Dambimangari Aboriginal Corporation has reaffirmed the group’s commitment to transparent assessment processes for investment
Peter McCumstie Steps down
Posted on 22 Mar 2018
Dambimangari Aboriginal Corporation’s Chief Executive Officer, Peter McCumstie has retired for medical reasons.
Edmund Jungine - Ranger of the Year
Posted on 26 Feb 2018
Edmund Jungine, Dambimangari’s Ranger of the Year for 2017, has become an ambassador for the group’s programs and people in the Kimberley region.
Agreement lays the foundation for a major Dambimangari program
Posted on 18 Dec 2017
A unique partnership between the Australian Wildlife Conservancy and Dambimangari Aboriginal Corporation will lay the foundations for one of Australia’s most important environmental management programs.
New Chairman for a “special place”
Posted on 30 Nov 2017
Rowena Mouda is confident that the Dambimangari dream of a successful, self-sufficient community will soon be a reality.
Celebrating the life of the Wandjina Man
Posted on 03 Nov 2017
A tribute to Donny Woolagoodja, a living treasure, by Stephen Arrow.
Donny Woolgoodja, who turned 70 last month, remains an iconic figure in the Dambimangari community.
Francis Woolagoodja steps down
Posted on 20 Oct 2017
Chairman of Dambimangari Aboriginal Corporation, Francis Woolagoodja, has stepped down from the Board and retired as a director of the organisation.
Healthy country is good business for Dambi
Posted on 19 Oct 2017
Initiatives to maintain economic growth and healthy country have been the key features of the Dambimangari 2018 program presented to the Annual General Meeting by the corporation CEO Peter McCumstie on October 6.
The program details a plan for new business ventures and the revival of iron ore mining on Koolan Island to improve the corporation’s revenue. The potential growth will be supported by increased corporate governance training for the Board of Directors.