Ngaarda Media was a proud part of this years Karijini experience the events were so much fun and everyday had something special on offer. If you are thinking about coming to the 2020 Karijini experience, we will see you there, we wouldn't miss it for the world. ps- Bring a fly net 😛
TONI CHILDS PERFORMS IN THE PILBARA FOR THE FIRST TIME
Ngaarda Media's Tangiora Hinaki was thrilled to interview the legendary Toni Childs ahead of her performance tonight at Red Earth Arts Precinct
Toni is on her way to Karratha from Exmouth and while she was there she swam with the whale sharks and is enjoying the national tour of Australia.
"We are doing 56 theatre shows around regional Australia to celebrate my 30 year anniversary of Union, my very first album," she said.
"When you are travelling like this it is really important to do things that bring a lot of joy to the band members."
"This tour has touched people in so many different ways. There has been a couple of people that have come out of a coma which is just shocking .. (laughs), but this gentleman he came out of the coma too 'Stop Your Fussin' it was really lovely and a complete shock when he shared it with me, I think it was in 2010 when he shared that story it was really remarkable."
#ICYMI Minister Roger Cook along with the MInisterial expert panel was in Karratha yesterday to hear from the community about Volunteer Assisted Dying.
It’s the biggest consultation project undertaken by the Health department in WA.
Karratha resident Debbie Allcott supports Volunteer Assisted Dying and is dissappointed her mother didn’t get to choose when she was alive and suffering with neurodegenerative disease.
“My mother was diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disease which was untreatable, terminal, incurable and ugly," she said.
“It was the best palliative care on offer but it didn’t actually relieve our mothers suffering, there are people who are newly diagnosed and it would be great comfort to them to know if they were diagnosed with something that is untreatable, that if they so choose they could seek an early release, that is up to them."