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Monday

  • Monday

    Pure Music

    12:01 am 7:00 am
    This is our normal radio schedule without live broadcasters, a perfectly curated list of music you WILL love! Put together with years of love!
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  • Monday

    Ngaarda Breakfast Program

    8:00 am 9:00 am
    Start your morning with Tangiora Hinaki on the Ngaarda breakfast program bringing new local stories from the Pilbara and Kimberley
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  • Monday

    Mawarnkarra

    2:00 pm 3:00 pm
    Mawarnkarra Health Services provides primary care and outreach services to the Roebourne community and surrounding areas of Western Australia.
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  • Monday

    Blue Monday

    5:00 pm 7:00 pm
    Blue Monday: 2 hours of blues every Monday from 5pm till 7pm
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Tuesday

  • Tuesday

    Pure Music

    12:01 am 6:59 am
    This is our normal radio schedule without live broadcasters, a perfectly curated list of music you WILL love! Put together with years of love!
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  • Tuesday

    Ngaarda Breakfast Program

    8:00 am 9:00 am
    Start your morning with Tangiora Hinaki on the Ngaarda breakfast program bringing new local stories from the Pilbara and Kimberley
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  • Tuesday

    Inside Soundz

    9:00 am 11:00 am
    Bringing the requests and messages from those who reside on the inside of Roebourne Regional Prison to family and friends on the outside
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  • Tuesday

    Wangka Maya Radio Show

    2:00 pm 3:00 pm
    The Wangka Maya Radio Show is a weekly program brought to you by the Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre in South Hedland.
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Wednesday

  • Wednesday

    Pure Music

    12:01 am 6:59 am
    This is our normal radio schedule without live broadcasters, a perfectly curated list of music you WILL love! Put together with years of love!
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  • Wednesday

    Ngaarda Breakfast Program

    8:00 am 9:00 am
    Start your morning with Tangiora Hinaki on the Ngaarda breakfast program bringing new local stories from the Pilbara and Kimberley
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  • Wednesday

    Gospel Breakfast

    9:00 am 10:00 am
    Josie and Tim are on every Thursday morning at 8:00 to deliver you an inspirational message about life, love, and religion.
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Thursday

  • Thursday

    Pure Music

    12:00 am 8:00 am
    This is our normal radio schedule without live broadcasters, a perfectly curated list of music you WILL love! Put together with years of love!
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  • Thursday

    Ngaarda Breakfast Program

    8:00 am 9:00 am
    Start your morning with Tangiora Hinaki on the Ngaarda breakfast program bringing new local stories from the Pilbara and Kimberley
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  • Thursday

    Wendyl country music

    4:00 pm 4:30 pm
    Ngaarda Medias superstar broadcaster Wendyl Alec has a request show booked out every show!
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Friday

  • Friday

    Pure Music

    12:01 am 7:00 am
    This is our normal radio schedule without live broadcasters, a perfectly curated list of music you WILL love! Put together with years of love!
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  • Friday

    Ngaarda Breakfast Program

    8:00 am 9:00 am
    Start your morning with Tangiora Hinaki on the Ngaarda breakfast program bringing new local stories from the Pilbara and Kimberley
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  • Friday

    Marion's Cultural Hour

    1:00 pm 2:00 pm
    Marion has developed a keen eye for interesting topics to discuss on air and in between all the serious and important issues are some amazing indigenous artists.
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  • Friday

    Weedeewanii Inni

    2:00 pm 3:00 pm
    Weediwanni Inni: Join Elder Tootsie Daniel with an hour of classic music and stories from the past, 1pm till 2pm.
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  • Friday

    Ranz Reggae Rhythmz

    4:30 pm 6:30 pm
    Ranz Hinaki has been a lover of reggae music since he was a boy and grew long dreads back in the day because of his admiration for the King of Reggae, Bob [...]
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Saturday

  • Saturday

    Pure Music

    12:01 am 8:00 am
    This is our normal radio schedule without live broadcasters, a perfectly curated list of music you WILL love! Put together with years of love!
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  • Saturday

    Get Your Praise On

    8:01 am 9:00 am
    Get to know Mitsy every Saturday’s on ‘Get Your Praise On’ between 8-9am as she shares testimonies, the word and praise music to encourage your day.
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Sunday

  • Sunday

    Pure Music

    12:01 am 11:59 pm
    This is our normal radio schedule without live broadcasters, a perfectly curated list of music you WILL love! Put together with years of love!
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Join Tangiora Hinaki daily from Monday to Friday between 8 and 9am for the Ngaarda breakfast program where you'll hear a range of topics from: current affairs, breaking news, sports, fishing, music, history and indigenous culture.
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Ngaarda Media1 minute ago
Ngarluma Elders Village in Roebourne town is in Lockdown!
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Ngaarda Media12 hours ago
STORYTIME WITH 8-YEAR-OLD JONNI OCKERBY

Homeschooling because of coronavirus doesn’t have to be dull. 8-year-old Jonni from the Bardi tribe has begun reading on social media to help get through these challenging times.

‘I really like to read and one day I thought of this really cool idea of reading books for kids and luckily we had heaps of books in my house so we were able to read stories and that’s how we came up with the idea of Story Time With Jonni’.

As part of her home-schooling schedule, Jonni creates updates to her Facebook page which poses the question ‘how will you read today?’. Jonni answers the question about her own practice by posting photos of herself reading in a cupboard, on a windowsill and on top of a fridge.

Asked about feedback on her page, Jonni said ‘One of my mum’s friends said that her two sons love my page heaps’.

Describing the COVID-19 virus as very unhygienic and very unhealthy in the world, and really serious, Jonni said she felt a bit sad and a bit excited when told she would be staying home from school because of her mixed feelings about school sometimes.

Jonni’s mother, Helen Jonni Ockerby said they had previously home-schooled their daughter via school of the air and Jonni’s love for books stemmed from that time when she was about 3 years of age. Jonni was a fluent reader by age 4 but there have been stages when mobile devices had to be confiscated and the rule of reading enforced.

Jonni’s grandmother has always provided new books for Jonni.

‘My favourite book of all time is probably Esio Trot by Roald Dahl because it is a very interesting book to me and it always, like always has all sorts of rhymes and all these poems, it’s really interesting and mind-blowing for me’ said Jonni.

Jonni’s mother, Helen, also encouraged people to think about sharing language lessons on the internet during the COVID-19 period.

LISTEN HERE:
https://bit.ly/2ynlDoW

Check out Jonni's FB page:
https://www.facebook.com/Story-Time-with-Jonni-111428280501051
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Ngaarda Media14 hours ago
#COVID19 UPDATE 31 March 2020

The Department of Health has reported nine new cases of COVID-19 overnight, bringing the State’s total to 364.

All the new cases are from the Perth metropolitan area and all are self-isolating at home.

Four of the confirmed cases are travellers who have returned from overseas and three are close contacts of overseas travellers.

There are currently 54 confirmed COVID-19 patients in Perth metropolitan hospitals, with 12 in ICU.

The number of recovered cases in WA is now 48.

To date, 14,340 Western Australians have tested negative for COVID-19 – 1,946 of these are from regional WA.

See WA Health’s HealthyWA website for the latest information on COVID-19 and self-isolation.
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Ngaarda Media16 hours ago
INTRA-STATE TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS START TONIGHT IN WA

New intrastate travel restrictions
To assist in reducing the spread of COVID-19, the WA Government has introduced further restrictions on travel within Western Australia. After 11:59pm Tuesday, 31 March 2020, Western Australians will not be allowed to travel outside their designated region.

If you are currently outside of your region, you should return home immediately.

Western Australian intrastate travel is defined as movement through the boundaries of the regions of Western Australia.

These regions are:

Perth and Peel (due to their proximity, the Perth and Peel regions will form one region)
South West
Great Southern
Goldfields-Esperance
Mid-West
Wheatbelt
Gascoyne
Pilbara
Kimberley.
Police have the power to enforce these restrictions, and issue fines of up to $50,000.

Exemptions will apply for:

people travelling to work
attending medical appointments
transporting freight
attending school or an educational institution where necessary
those who do not have access to groceries or supplies within their region
approved compassionate grounds.
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Ngaarda Media18 hours ago
NEW ZEALANDER'S URGED TO BECOME AUSTRALIAN CITIZENS

New Zealand nationals in Australia have not been forgotten. The "Jobkeeper" subsidy announced yesterday, a $130 billion dollar fund, applies to full-time, part time and casual workers who have been with a business for more than 12 months, and includes New Zealand nationals.

The subsidy will pay A$1500 a fortnight to employers to keep employees "on the books".

New Zealand migration agent, @Erina Morunga, said it was good news, and it did not matter when New Zealanders had come to live in Australia as long as they had a 12 month track record with an employer.

Mrs Morunga said it was important that people understood what their immigration status was, and it was quite complex. Ms Morunga also urges people to rely on government websites for their information, not social media.

‘A lot of people that have been living here particularly for many many years call themselves permanent residents. And I mean the logical, it’s a logical explanation and description because when you live somewhere permanently, you consider yourself a permanent resident. There is a legal definition behind ‘permanent resident’ and that legal definition that comes from migration law and that can really impact how we move forward’.

Only Australian citizens and permanent residents can apply for Centrelink. Even New Zealanders who arrived before 2001 could still be temporary residents if they had not applied for Australian citizenship.

The recent announcement indicated to Ms Morunga that there was a now also a change to the stand-down period of 4 years during which new permanent residents cannot access Centrelink assistance. She said as of 25 March, the government removed that stand down period because of the Coronavirus outbreak.

LISTEN HERE: https://soundcloud.com/ngaardamedia/erina-morunga-from-morunga-migration
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Ngaarda Media19 hours ago
HEADSPACE PILBARA: A SAFE PLACE FOR YOUTH

headspace, a Karratha-based youth service, recognises the pressure placed upon ‘at risk’ youth by the current health crisis and community worker Diana Juskov reassures youth in the area that the headspace website would be a safe place to visit and that services would continue.
headspace Pilbara is currently providing online and phone sessions as the services have fully transitioned from in-person services to online and phone services.
headspace is stepping up efforts to create interesting and fun content with things to do during the coming months, and they encourage youth to visit their Instagram accounts @headspacepilbara and @kcityteens
https://www.facebook.com/pg/headspacepilbara/posts/
https://headspace.org.au/eheadspace/

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