Politicians step up for Jabiru and Kakadu
Mirarr have welcomed Coalition and ALP backing for town's masterplan and for the revitalisation of Kakadu
Kakadu site of Australia's oldest home
New proof that Aboriginal people have been in Australia for at least 65,000 years confirmed on Mirarr country.
Weevil project success
Djurrubu Rangers, working in partnership with NT government staff, have had great success breeding salvinia weevils for release into Kakadu waterways. The weevils will help control the destructive and highly invasive weed Salivina molesta which is causing immense damage to rivers and billabongs across the Top End.
Native Title win for Mirarr
Friday November 9th was a powerful day in Jabiru as Mirarr were finally recognised as Native Title holders of the township in an historic on country hearing of the Federal Court.
Mirarr vision for Jabiru revealed
The Northern Territory Government and Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation have revealed a $500 million vision for the post-mining future of Jabiru
Ranger uranium mine clean up must be ERA priority
The Mirarr traditional owners are increasingly concerned about rehabilitation at the Ranger uranium mine site in light of the comments made today by Mr Richard Magides as a shareholder of Energy Resources of Australia (ERA).
Djurrubu Rangers welcome new staff
Djurrubu Rangers are very happy to welcome two new staff members: Shay Wrigglesworth and Jane Blackwood. Shay has recently come on board as Djurrubu Coordinator and Jane as Djurrubu Manager.