Monthly Newsletter

August News
Banjima Rangers Remove & Reuse Old Fences to Protect Wildlife On-Country
The deteriorated fences — dotted around the ecologically-important Manggurdu (Fortescue Marsh) — continue to harm vulnerable wildlife on Banjima Country.
Full story + photos
Rule Book Consultations Continue
BNTAC’s Rule Book consultations continued with Banjima communities in the Pilbara this month, providing an opportunity for Banjima People to understand the Rule Book and provide input into how it is working.

Any proposed changes to the Rule Book will go to the BNTAC AGM later this year.
Full story
Successful Banjima Elders Council Meeting in Tom Price
The Banjima Elders Council recently held their second meeting in Tom Price. Over the two day meeting the Elders considered a number of new membership applications, BNTAC's Rule Book, BCM's Caring for Country projects, and much more.

The next Elders Council Meeting is expected to be held in October 2019.
Banjima Country Management Quarterly Update
Our Banjima Rangers have travelled across Banjima Country over the past three months for prescribed burns, feral cat trapping, rabbit control, and fence removal.

This important work is part of the Banjima Yurlubajagu Strategic Plan — Banjima's vision for country and culture.
Full story
World Suicide Prevention Day
World Suicide Prevention Day was on Tuesday 10 September, but it's important to keep raising awareness of this issue. Alarmingly, the likelihood that Aboriginal people will self-harm is six times greater compared to non-Aboriginal people.

If you need help or know someone who does, there are many places you can call. Click on the button below to find out more.
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BCM is now on Instagram!
Banjima Country Management’s is now Instagram!

Follow us on @banjima_rangers keep update on BCM’s Caring for Country projects, Ranger team, and stories from the Banjima community.
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A Reminder to MIB Members: Policies On Hold
MIB support programs are still on hold and are expected to be accessible later this year. MIB Members will be contacted when a new service provider is selected by the MIB Decision Making Committee.

You may still access BCT Healthy Living funds through BNTAC.
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Do You Have a BNTAC Member Portal Log In Yet?
Our new Member Portal allows Members to view their Healthy Living funds balance, submit applications, and check an application's progress anytime.

If you don't have a Member Portal log in yet, please contact our Member Services Team and we'll set one up for you.

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Percentage of Healthy Living applications received by BNTAC through our online Member Portal in August.

The more online applications we receive, the quicker our processes will become for everyone.

Thank you to everyone using the Member Portal so far!
Job + Training Opportunities
Make sure you visit our Opportunities page to see loads of job openings, traineeships, and educational opportunities relevant to our Banjima community.
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