Latest News & Announcements

Welcome to KARI’s latest News page, your gateway to staying informed and inspired.

Explore a collection of articles, updates, and stories that showcase our unwavering commitment to fostering positive change. From groundbreaking initiatives and impactful partnerships to heartwarming success stories from the communities we serve, this curated hub keeps you connected to the pulse of our mission. Discover how we’re breaking new ground in empowering lives, promoting education, and driving sustainable progress.

2016 KARI Unity Day

The KARI Unity Day is a free community event with the aim of bringing together Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities in a day of celebration and sharing information. The 2016 Unity Day took place on Friday 22nd April at The Whitlam Centre, Liverpool. A total of 27 services and organisations within the area participated in the…

KARI film Walking the Land Together premiers

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On Monday 18 July we rolled out the red carpet for the premier screening of Walking the Land Together – The Paul Ralph and KARI Story. The first in the series of brand new KARI documentaries, the film was produced by Know My Life who collaborated with the Commonwealth Bank on the…

Exciting new ways to get involved with KARI

If you’re looking for a new way to get involved with KARI, this could be it. The KARI team are working on an exciting new project which is aiming to further engage potential and existing partners. The initiative involves the introduction of an exclusive KARI Membership, which will give organisations…

2016 KARI Deb Ball a huge success for families and all

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The 5th Annual 2016 KARI Deb Ball was held with community members, special guests and the families of the Debutantes attending. Alongside the NSW Police Force, the Debutantes were introduced to their community. The annual KARI and NSW Police Force Debutante Ball is run in partnership with our local Police commands –…

2016 KARI Cultural Camp a hit with the community

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Our first Community Cultural Camp was a whole lot of fun and a huge success! The turnout for the camp was fantastic with 24 children attending over two days. The camp was an opportunity for Aboriginal children living in the South West Sydney region to experience their culture through a…

Membership Packages Launched for Potential Partners

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We are excited to announce the launch of this new initiative. KARI’s exclusive Membership Packages will give organisations access to exclusive events, cultural initiatives, marketing exposure and tailored training opportunities. The KARI team have been working on this exciting new project which is aimed at our potential and existing partners.…

CEO Message – September 2016

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It saddened me deeply when I saw the recent media around the failures of the Juvenile Justice system in the Northern Territory and as we now know, there have been similar occurrences within that system in most states. News such as this only makes us more determined in our resolve…

Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food a Hit with Community

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The latest installment of KARI’s fresh Cooking Program concluded on the 20 July. The program was hosted at Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food in Wetherill Park. Nine participants completed the seven-week course, which was aimed at increasing each participant’s knowledge around healthy eating and food preparation. Those taking part also…

Indig Art Program Continues with 8-week series of workshops

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The current Indig Art program is underway at Thomas Acres Public School with artist Danielle Mate facilitating the eight-week series of workshops. The purpose of this program is to teach Aboriginal school students about Aboriginal Art, both traditional and contemporary. The program aims to provide students with the skill set…
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