Meet Peter Riley – our inaugural Deputy CEO

Meet Peter Riley – our inaugural Deputy CEO

Peter Riley is a Wiradjuri Weilwan man who grew up in Bathurst and Dubbo, in Central Western NSW. The eldest of six, with 19 nieces and nephews and 20 great nieces and nephews, family has always been a big part of Peter’s life. Heading to Sydney after high school,...
Tjutangku Kanyintjaku: looking after all our people

Tjutangku Kanyintjaku: looking after all our people

Published by PARTYLINE Rates of chronic kidney disease in Central Australia are disproportionately high. Life on dialysis is tough. For many people it means living off country, away from their homes and families – spending 5 hours a day, 3 days a week hooked up...
LAUNCH: Strategic Plan 2023-2026

LAUNCH: Strategic Plan 2023-2026

We’re celebrating 20 years since Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation was incorporated (our proper name!) AND a new plan to guide the next four years. It reflects the priorities of our Pintupi bosses and holds closely their...
From Perth to Nyinmi

From Perth to Nyinmi

In early August, over 30 people from Balgo, Wangkatjungka, Mulan and Billiluna joined families from Kiwirrkurra, Kintore and Kunawarritji at Nyinmi outstation, located west of Kiwirrkurra in the Gibson Desert.For three days, elders reconnected with important places...
Making medicine from the bush

Making medicine from the bush

**Published by Partyline Magazine High on the rocky slopes surrounding the Central Australian community of Utju (Areyonga) grows a strong-smelling, needle-leafed plant known as Irmangka Irmangka (Eremophila Alternifolia). Aboriginal people from the Western Desert have...