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Calibre Ventures appointed to monitor Murujuga rock art

New contract to continue the Murujuga Rock Art Monitoring Program The arrangement ensures no delay to the commencement of monitoring studies The McGowan Government is committed to the program and to ensuring it is completed to the highest standards The monitoring of one of the most significant collections of rock art in the world remains on track, with the appointment of Calibre...

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Dreamtime AFL Ticket Contest: T&Cs

Information on how to enter forms part of the terms of entry. Entry into the competition is deemed acceptance of these terms and conditions. Entry is open to residents of Australia only. To enter, participants must be a current Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation (MAC) member (includes eligible MAC staff members) and available to attend the AFL match in Perth (WA) on Saturday 5 June 2021,...

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April news: Staffing restructure, Prime Minister visit, Circle of Elders visit to DSL, Sing out on country 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. In this months newsletter, we talk about; MAC staffing restructure Visit from Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison Circle of Elders visit to Dampier Salt Limited Senator...

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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. In this months newsletter, we talk about; Murujuga Commercial Limited Board of Directors Green hydrogen project Impact 25 Awards Changes to...

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New commercial ventures on horizon for Murujuga Commercial Limited

Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation (MAC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Murujuga Commercial Limited (MCL) Board of Directors. Murujuga Commercial Limited is responsible for generating economic sustainability through the development and operation of commercial ventures. MCL is an independent entity with Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation as its single shareholder. To ensure a robust...

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Impact 25 Awards – Vote for Peter Jeffries

We are pleased to announce our CEO Peter Jeffries has been nominated for an Impact 25 Award. The awards celebrate Australians who are dedicated to positive social change and embody the values of the social sector. The nomination provides MAC with an opportunity to raise awareness and advocate our mission, vision and values with individuals, groups and organisations across Australia and...

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

As the end of the year arrives, I want to take the time to reflect on the last 12 months – as it has certainly been more eventful than we could ever have anticipated. In this months newsletter, we talk about; Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation's 2020 AGM Our newly released Annual Report Murujuga Commercial Limited recruiting WA Museum Boola Bardip World Heritage Update...

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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. Click here to read the...

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October news: 2020 Annual General Meeting, State Budget & Trial Oyster Project

Welcome to our newsletter for October. 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. In this months newsletter, we talk about; MAC 2020 Annual General Meeting 2020-21 Federal Budget WA State Budget Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill Tropical black lip oyster trial project Murujuga...

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Hatchery-bred oysters transferred to Pilbara trial sites

Establishing a commercial Tropical Rock Oyster industry in the Pilbara is a step closer with more than 30,000 hatchery-grown spat (juvenile oysters) transferred to new trial sites off the Karratha coast as part of the WA Tropical Rock Oyster Research and Development project, as announced by the Minister for Regional Development and Minister for Fisheries today. In partnership with Murujuga, who...

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