Local Aborigines Back SA Windfarm

Local Aborigines Back SA Windfarm

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 20.02.17

Despite massive controversy in Canberra about the benefits of renewable energy and its effect on statewide blackouts in South Australia, the irony has emerged that Parliament House's lights are actually going to be powered in future by the wind blowing...» Read More

 

FURTHER THOUGHTS ON KATTER'S BILL

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 16.02.17

The generally positive reception for Bob Katter MP's introduction into Parliament of a Bill to prohibit “unfair practices in supplying and trading in Indigenous art and merchandise”, about which I wrote on Tuesday, lead me to think further and recall...» Read More

 

KATTER'S LAW

KATTER'S LAW

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 14.02.17

Yesterday independent MP Bob Katter introduced a private bill to the Federal Parliament which he hopes will stop non-Indigenous people - including foreigners - from exploiting and profiting from the "oldest culture on earth" through the sale of fake Aboriginal...» Read More

 

Warlpiri Act of Memory

Warlpiri Act of Memory

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 09.02.17

Today, the UNESCO 'Memory of the World' Australian Register has accepted on to a list of just 57-precious items a collection of drawings made by Warlpiri people in the 1950s. It consists of 169 crayon drawings collected by noted anthropologist...» Read More

 

Japanese 'Didg' Star in Sydney

Japanese 'Didg' Star in Sydney

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 07.02.17

News Source: Press Release Japanese artist and musician, Hiroki Morimoto, more popularly known as the artist Goma, is being brought to Sydney for the first time by The Japan Foundation for a special performance of his didgeridoo music for one...» Read More

 

WHAT BLOODY MAN IS THAT?

WHAT BLOODY MAN IS THAT?

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 23.01.17

To be honest, I thought I was going to hate this show – being greeted by a hearty drag queen, his language ripe and his ear-rings glittering. This act continued from the stalls for a while, telling a distinctly queenie...» Read More

 

1967 CELEBRATION

1967 CELEBRATION

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 18.01.17

As mentioned in my commentary on Vernon Ah Kee's 'Not an Animal or a Plant' exhibition, this year's Sydney Festival is taking early advantage of the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Referendum which officially acknowledged Ah Kee's humanity – and...» Read More