National Talk Black 080324

National Talk Black 080324

On todays National Talk Black via NIRS – National Indigenous Radio Service we have:

Fred Gela, CEQ General Manager – Stakeholder Engagement, talking about a six year-long journey reaching its pinnacle with Kirriri (Hammond) Island’s only convenience store now transitioned into a Community Enterprise Queensland (CEQ) IBIS supermarket, joining CEQ’s IBIS store network across the Torres Strait.

https://www.ceqld.org.au/…/boost-as-kirriri-hammond…/

Nyoka Morgan, Director of NYYANI, talking about Empowering Aboriginal Futures: NYYANI’s Commitment to Positive Change. NYYANI is a family coaching and consultancy service dedicated to empowering Aboriginal communities. Founded by Nyoka Morgan, NYYANI offers comprehensive support to families facing crisis or intervention, with a focus on promoting healthy family dynamics and cultural resilience.

Mark Holden, Mobstrongs Senior Solicitor and Policy Advocate, talking about how First Nations financial counsellors, advocates and policyholders from the Save Sorry Business Coalition have welcomed the Full Court upholding ASIC’s case against ACBF Funeral Plans Pty Ltd (ACBF) and Youpla Group Pty Ltd (Youpla).

https://financialrights.org.au/…/media-release-youpla…/

Jules Steer, President of Cairns Tropical Writers Festival, talking about The Cairns Tropical Writers Festival beginning today, through to Sunday the 10th, as the Official Opening has taken place. The festival invites you to share books, writing and ideas by engaging with authors and joining in workshops, readings, conversations and social events – some free, some paid – all within a stone’s throw of the stunning Cairns Esplanade.

Have something happening in your community, and you want to talk about it, give us a call on 1800 422 416. Or Give us a text on 0457 140 550!

We would also like to thank the Community Broadcasting Foundation and National Indigenous Australians Agency for their support here at BBM 98.7FM.

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