Five questions to Sophia Romano: this week on IndigenousX - The Guardian
Tell us about who you are, where you are from, and what you do.
My name is Sophia Romano; my family is a real mixed bag. My grandmother, Polly Rose Agale, who was removed from Murray Island during the second world war, met my Italian grandfather Francesco Romano at a dance in far north Queensland in the 1950’s. At first she refused to dance with h...
New exhibition shows there's much more to Torres Strait than Eddie Mabo - The Canberra Times
The powerful message behind NBA champion Patty Mills donning the Torres ... - Herald Sun
Killer budget bad news for Aboriginal people - Green Left Weekly
Big business and mining giants are the acknowledged big winners of the recent federal budget, and it is Aboriginal people who will be the hardest hit.
The transformation of the Australian health and...
SOCIAL: Torres Strait students get a taste of Tasmania - Lloyd's List Daily Commercial News
Twelve students from the Torres Strait islands have journeyed to Launceston for a seafood industry training course at the Australian Maritime College.
The students were selected to take part in the next evolution of training delivered under the Torres Strait Maritime Pathways Project, an initiative supported by the Torres...
Patrol boats flagged for Torres Strait - Sky News Australia
Fast new patrol boats will be used to combat drug traffickers and people smugglers in the Torres Strait between Australia and Papua New Guinea.
The area is rife with crime syndicates, and the federal government wants to ensure it doesn't become a haunt for people smugglers whose operations out of Indonesia have been...
Dancers evoke secrets of the Torres Strait - Sydney Morning Herald
Winds of Woerr tells the tale of seasons of northern Australia. Photo: Gregory Lorenzutti
Until May 11 Winds of Woerr
Next Wave Festival
Northcote Town Hall
Until May 11
In the vein of the best storytellers, Ghenoa Gela directs her tale to each and every member of her audience in Winds of Woerr.