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0 Community Partnership with Incite Arts

Since 2004, Incite Arts has been enlivening Central Australia with a cornucopia of arts programs, events and ideas. A community-led organisation working with young people, people with disability, Aboriginal communities and other Alice Springs and central desert region communities, Incite Arts has evolved into a dynamic and prolific organisation and a cornerstone of our arts

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Ordinary Women Extraordinary Lives
0 Enid Harland

At an age when Enid Harland could have retired and chosen an easier life, she chose to embark on a whole new career. She has been a tireless worker for over twenty years with the Alice Springs Prison Fellowship, helping prisoners connected to their families. From the series Ordinary Women Extraordinary Lives, produced by 8CCC Community Radio

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Alice Springs
0 Telka Williams

Telka Williams – unconventional, persevering, inspiring and dedicated to improving the lives of many in the Alice Springs Community. From the series Ordinary Women Extraordinary Lives, produced by 8CCC Community Radio and the National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame with support from the NT Government and the Community Broadcasting Foundation. This episode involved the following

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8CCC Interviews & Chats
0 Quentin Bryce

Dame Quentin Bryce, academic, lawyer, mother, community and human rights advocate, university college principal, Governor of Queensland and the first woman appointed to the role of Governor General of Australia. . We acknowledge the support of the Northern Territory Government, Community Broadcasting Foundation and Women in Adult and Vocational Education.

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8CCC Interviews & Chats
0 Clare Martin

Clare Martin – journalist, politician and the first female Chief Minister of the Northern Territory.     From the series Ordinary Women Extraordinary Lives, produced by 8CCC Community Radio and the National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame with support from the NT Government and the Community Broadcasting Foundation. This episode involved the following people: Research, scripting,

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Alice Springs
0 Pitchi Richi Open Day – SAT 16 April

This Saturday, 16th April, between 9.00am and 12.00 noon, Heritage Alice Springs will hold an Open Day at the Pitchi Richi Sanctuary as part of Alice’s Heritage Festival. Entry is via gate on Palm Circuit, opposite the Heavitree Shops. Guided tours on the hour and half-hour. Entry charge of $ 10.00 pp or $ 15.00

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Ordinary Women Extraordinary Lives
0 Isobel Nampitjinpa Gorey

Isobel Nampitjinpa Gorey lives in Papunya in the Central Desert, is an internationally recognised artist, a leader for women’s song and dance in the region, a community leader and a strong advocate and support for families in remote communities, helping community people speak up strong. Some examples of projects Isobel Nampitjinpa Gorey has been involved with are

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8CCC Interviews & Chats
0 Ruby Payne Scott

Ruby Payne Scott, pioneer radio physicist, mother, teacher, bush walker and strong advocate for women’s rights.  Ruby Payne Scott was one of the best physicists that Australia has ever produced. From the series Ordinary Women Extraordinary Lives, produced by 8CCC Community Radio and the National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame with support from the NT

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8CCC Interviews & Chats
0 Lesley Oldfield

Leslie Oldfield, a true Centralian pioneer, first female Mayor of Alice Springs and founder and supporter of many community organisations in Alice Springs and across Central Australia. From the series Ordinary Women Extraordinary Lives, produced by 8CCC Community Radio and the National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame with support from the NT Government and the Community Broadcasting

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8CCC Interviews & Chats
0 Nova Peris

Nova Peris, Australian pioneer, sporting and political record-breaker, and advocate for Aboriginal Australians’ rights.                     From the series Ordinary Women Extraordinary Lives, produced by 8CCC Community Radio and the National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame with support from the NT Government and the Community Broadcasting Foundation.

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