Members News

March News: Expressions of Interest - Mardudhunera Directors

At the MAC General Meeting on 11 February 2022, no Mardudhunera directors were appointed. The MAC Board is going to appoint 2 casual Mardudhunera directors to fill these vacant positions. If you are a Mardudhunera member and you are interested in becoming a director, please contact the MAC office for information. If you are a Mardudhunera member and you are interested in nominating another person as a director, please contact the MAC office for information. Director nominations close on 18 March 2022.

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August News: NAIDOC Week, Calibre Partnership, 2021 Rock Art Field School And More

While working with various organisations and groups in the area during NAIDOC Week, the theme ‘Healing Country’ sparked a deep reflection on how we as a corporation are seeking greater protection for our lands, our waters, our sacred sites and our cultural heritage from exploitation, desecration and destruction. We're proud to say Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation is leading the way in doing exactly this – healing our country. From our efforts to gain World Heritage status for Murujuga, and hosting rock art tours, we’ve not only been creating awareness but driving action.

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June News: Murujuga Heritage Grant, World Heritage Committee Meeting, Dating Murujuga's Dreaming, Archaeological Fieldwork EOI And More

As the end of another financial year approaches, we take a moment to reflect on just how much we have achieved this year as a commercial entity. Our main mission, aside from protecting our land, heritage and culture, is to transform the lives of our members - who are the centre stone of our community.

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April News: Visit from the Prime Minister, Circle of Elders visit to Dampier Salt Limited, Sing out on country recordings And More

After a few months of hard work this year by staff, the Elders, the Board and some of our members, I am extremely proud to see how far MAC has recently progressed as an effective and innovative corporation.

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February News: Green Hydrogen Project, Impact 25 Awards, Murujuga Commercial Limited Directors And More

With 2021 truly underway, our staff, the Circle of Elders and MAC members have been putting in significant collaborative efforts to progress a number of projects and initiatives. Together we have achieved so much since the start of the year.

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December news: Murujuga Commercial Limited recruiting, Future Forum, NAIDOC Week and more

Welcome to the final members newsletter for 2020. In this newsletter we reflect on the last 12 months and provide an update on NAIDOC Week events, WA Museum Boola Bardip and other important MAC projects.

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2019-2020 Annual Report Released

Our Annual General Meeting held on Friday, 20 November was a great success. Thank you to everyone who attended. Our 2019-2020 Annual Report is now available online and includes updates on our members, achievements, key projects and more.

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October News: 2020 Annual General Meeting, State Budget & trial oyster project

Welcome to our members' newsletter for October. In this months newsletter we talk about many important updates and projects currently underway.

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September News: Official Nganjarli opening, strategy and values & TEDx talk

Welcome to our September members' newsletter. Many projects at MAC have started to take shape over the past few months and it is exciting to share some of these achievements with you.

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June News: Ngajarli closure/construction, Black lip rock oyster project & World Heritage nomination

Welcome to our members' newsletter for June. Firstly, I would like to thank all MAC members, staff and the wider community who are continuing to look after one another during the challenging times the worldwide coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has brought upon us.

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April News: COVID-19 Pandemic, Aboriginal Heritage Surveys & the WA Museum

We are all currently experiencing a challenging period so the timing for the launch of our new quarterly newsletter could not be better to help us communicate with our members and remain connected.

It is of the utmost importance that we all stay informed, act responsibly and look after one another.

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