Ngurra Kujungka Wins Award

Ngurra Kujungka is excited to announce that it is the recipient of the Regional Excellence Awarded as part of the 2016-17 Sport and Recreation Industry awards conducted by the Department of Sport and Recreation. In front of an audience of 200 people from throughout the industry at a ceremony held in Kings Park, Perth,  Ngurra

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Community Services Award Finalist

After winning the Aboriginal Health Award from the WA Public Health Association of Western Australia last November, Ngurra Kujungka was nominated as a finalist  in the Department of Local Government and Community Services Awards. Ngurra Kujungka was one of about one hundred applicants from across eight separate categories to nominate for the awards. Ngurra Kujungka was shortlisted

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Pilot School Holiday Program a Success

As part of the further development of Ngurra Kujungka and to continue to greatly assist in achieving the objectives of the communities, Ngurra Kujungka has ‘piloted’ the delivery of school holiday programs in both the January and April school holidays. January saw programs delivered in Nullagine, Punmu, Warralong and Parnngurr followed by programs in Kunawaritji and

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Softball WA guides Clinics and Coaching courses

In a further acknowledgement of the strong partnership with Softball WA, Ngurra Kujungka recently hosted Participation and Development Officer Saskia Kosterink to undertake school clinics and a level one coaching course in Marble Bar and Warralong. On the 3rd May Seniors ISDO Callan Hatchman and Saskia travelled to Marble Bar

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Medibank Funding for Ngurra Kujungka

Ngurra Kujungka has been successful in receiving funding through the Medibank Community Grants. The funding will help support the implementation of a structured junior competition as part of the existing Western Desert League. Ngurra Kujungka’s  application was selected in a shortlisted group of 19 from more than 300 applications received from organisations throughout Australia. The shortlisted 19 applications were then

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Ngurra Kujungka wins award

Ngurra Kujungka has been recognized for its work in remote indigenous communities by being awarded the Public Health Association Australia (PHAA) – WA Branch, Aboriginal Health Award. The award recognises Ngurra Kujungka’s continued dedication and contribution to improved health outcomes in Aboriginal communities. Program Manager – Dan Barnes, pictured with

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