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Ngarralinyi (The Listening Place)

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What's New? For February 2017 @ 2TLP Website


Our Artist Ernie Dingo Is the talent of the Month"
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Recipe of the Month - Garlic Flat Bread
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CD on review is Bran Nue Dae - Soundtrack

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Ernie Dingo

Ernie Dingo

Ernest "Ernie" Ashley Dingo AM (born 31 July 1956) is an Indigenous Australian actor and television presenter, comedian, teacher and promoter originating from the Yamatji people of the Murchison region of Western Australia. He is a designated Australian National Living Treasure.

Dingo hosted the television program The Great Outdoors> since 1993. He has also appeared in many Australian television series such as Blue Heelers, The Flying Doctors, Heartbreak High and Rafferty's Rules.

He appeared in the TV mini-series' The Cowra Breakout (1984), A Waltz Through the Hills (1987), (for which he won an AFI Award for Best Actor in a Television Drama) and Kings in Grass Castles (1997), as well as co-starring with Cate Blanchett in the Australian television drama series Heartland (Heartland is known as Burned Bridges in the United States).

Dingo narrated the Indigenous segment of the 2000 Olympic Games opening ceremony in Sydney, New South Wales.


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2TLP Elders Dinner


2TLP Naidoc Week

2TLP Harmony Day


LATRELL MITCHELL

Check out Latrel Mitchell Trae Clarke Christian Hazard on our Footy Page Here
Latrel Mitchell Click the links below to view video's of Latrell in action!

QLD 16s - (no sound)

France U18 vs Australian Schoolboys 18.12.2014

Latrell Mitchell highlights

Latrell Mitchell Part 2







Two new links for you to visit:
Kevin Gilbert's Books available to buy from
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(NSWALC) New South Wales Aboriginal Lands Council Here!



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FUNDAY FUNDAY FUNDAY

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New Video's for you to enjoy - View all the new video's here on the Local Page.
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Biripi Sharks Taree R.L.F.C

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Watch the video Raymond Terrace 2013 - Taree Biripi Sharks Knockout Footy Team

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Minning @ The Manning River

Image-1.-Introduction.jpg, 165kB The Manning River is made up of over 358 rivers and creeks sustained through springs, alpine wetlands and swamps. The geology supporting Manning River water and its environment is full of heavy mineral. These minerals remain dormant in their natural settings and have, through mineral processing the potential to interact. Processing of heavy minerals has the potential to release radioactive elements into the environment. The existing coal mine has permission to discharge its waste dam into the Manning River system during flood. An application for a second open cut coal mine has been submitted to Gloucester Council. The main elements of coal are uranium and thorium, radioactive contamination of water and soil is irreversible and can affect the reproductive system of plants, animals and humans which can cause birth defects under development and cancer.


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Welcome to Ngarralinyi (The Listening Place) an Indigenous community Radio Station located in Taree. It exists to facilitate the need for an independent voice in a region with a high indigenous population. Ngarralinyi strives to provide an essential service by way of radio broadcasting to the local area.
Ngarralinyi strives to provide workplace opportunities to the youth, unemployed and the unskilled. Mid North Coast Indigenous Broadcasting Association Corporation (MIBAAC) was incorporated on 2nd August 1999 and Ngarralinyi was established in 2000, with it's first licence to broadcast granted November 1999.

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David R Horton is the creator of the Indigenous Language Map. This map is based on language data gathered by Aboriginal Studies Press, AIATSIS and Auslig/Sinclair, Knight, Merz, (1996). The map attempts to represent all of the language or tribal or nation groups of Indigenous people of Australia.

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2TLP Acknowledges: The Department of Broadband Communications and the Digital Economy


2TLP is a member of the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia



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