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Accounts Payable Officer

Based in Darwin – this is an excellent opportunity to work with exceptional, motivated people who enjoy what they do and are committed to achieving outstanding results. Reporting to the Financial Accountant, you will be passionate about delivering great service to our internal Business Units. Role includes:  Accurate and timely coordination and administration of

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Creating role models

CEO Blog – June 2020 Writing children’s books is not a core business for a CEO, but it is a passion of mine and certainly takes care of any potential downtime. I recently wrote and published a children’s book set in Maningrida titled Ngayi Nga-ngeydi Patricia/My name is Patricia. The concept had been germinating for

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Maningrida children’s book leaps the ditch

More than 250 rural New Zealand children learned about the daily life and language of nine-year-old Patricia, an Aboriginal girl growing up in Maningrida, West Arnhem Land, when their school principal shared a book reading on Facebook. Kim Gordon, Principal of Bulls School in Manawatu, posted her reading of children’s book, Ngayi Nga-ngeydi Patricia/My name

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My Name is Patricia – a bilingual children’s book

“My name is Patricia” tells the story of a 10-year-old Aboriginal girl living in Bottom Camp, Maningrida. Her ambition is to graduate from school, Balanda way, whilst staying true to her culture and heritage. She wants to make her mother proud. The story is written for children aged 5-10 years old and was initiated by

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So how is it going in Maningrida? So Glad You Asked!

Blog by CEO, Ingrid Stonhill If you look around your local town, you will see many small businesses affected by the coronavirus. Your supermarket will have depleted shelves and fewer customers. The cafe will have stood down staff because people are drinking coffee in isolation. The museum and art gallery are shut because the tourist

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