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    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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    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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    Ready 4 Action Sister show

    4:00 pm 4:30 pm
    Malya Samson is the host of Ready 4 Action Sister show.
    She'll bring you the latest news in basketball and new music from her favorite artists
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    Shidrae

    4:30 pm 5:00 pm
    Shiloh Mourambine is 8 and the proud host of Shidre She's a proud Ngarluma girl that loves to share her music an cultural stories
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    Blue Monday: 2 hours of blues every Monday from 5pm till 7pm
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    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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    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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    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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    Roebourne High School Show

    11:00 pm 11:30 pm
    The Roebourne High school show is full of fun and laughs, these young leaders are in the studio every week to fill you in on whats going on in their world!
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    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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    Roebourne Boys Show

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    The Roebourne Boys show is a taste of this generations love in music with question and answers from and by the boys here in Roebourne town.
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    Pure Music

    12:01 am 6:59 am
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    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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    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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    Ranz Reggae Rhythmz

    5:00 pm 7:00 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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    Pure Music

    12:00 am 8:00 am
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    Ngaarda Breakfast Program

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    Start your morning with Tangiora Hinaki on the Ngaarda breakfast program bringing new local stories from the Pilbara and Kimberley
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    Wendyl country music

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    Ngaarda Medias superstar broadcaster Wendyl Alec has a request show booked out every show!
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    Tommo's Music time

    10:00 am 1:00 pm
    Join Yamatji man, Terry Thompson every Thursday between 10 and 12pm.
     
    Terry brings a diversity of music from the 60s, 70s, 80s and today!
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    Pure Music

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    Pure Music

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    Ngaarda Breakfast Program

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    Start your morning with Tangiora Hinaki on the Ngaarda breakfast program bringing new local stories from the Pilbara and Kimberley
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    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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    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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    Weedeewanii Inni

    4:00 pm 5:00 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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    Pure Music

    12:01 am 8:00 am
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    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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    Pure Music

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Ngaarda Media shared Western Australia Police Force's post.7 hours ago
Tom Price Police are coordinating a land search operation in the vicinity of Mount Nameless after information was received that 36-year-old woman Felicity SHADBOLT failed to return from a walk yesterday, Sunday 13 January 2019.

Ms Shadbolt was last seen about 11:30am. She regularly walks in this area but has not returned home.

Ms Shadbolt is described as being 150-155cm tall, of slim build, and has blonde hair which is braided in two ponytails. She is believed to be wearing blue pants and a black t-shirt, and is in possession of a bright light blue CamelBak hydration pack.

Tom Price Police and DFES State Emergency Service volunteers deployed to the area yesterday and conducted a search operation into the evening.

The search will continue this morning with additional resources deployed into the search area. Resources today include:
- Tom Price Police
- Karratha Police
- DFES SES volunteers
- A local helicopter will conduct an air search, with a DFES SES volunteer on board as an Air Observer.

Anyone who sees Ms Shadbolt is asked to call Police immediately on 131 444.
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Ngaarda Media17 hours ago
#ICYMI on #NITV news

Hundreds of people gathered on Ingaada country in Western Australia last week to remember Indigenous ancestors forcibly taken in chains to Bernier and Dorre Islands, 50kms off the coast from Carnarvon, after they were diagnosed by government authorities with having venereal diseases.

While confined in the ‘Lock Hospitals’ on the two islands between 1908 and 1919, over 200 people died, with the men interred on Bernier and the women on Dorre Island.

During this period, hundreds more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people were held as patient prisoners, with many regularly subjected to medical experiments.

Archeologist Jade Pervan addressed the audience at the Centennial.

“Archeological evidence shows that patients were interred on the islands, they were deprived of certain liberties and decision-making powers until deemed cured,” she said.

“Many patients probably didn’t have the disease in which they were incarcerated for. We know that there are hundreds of burials on the Islands of the ancestors and unmarked graves and most of these deaths were due to poor living conditions.

Archaeologist Jade Pervan addresses the audience at the Centennial.
Archaeologist Jade Pervan addresses the audience at the Centennial.

“Many of the Aboriginal people continued their cultural traditions. They undertook ceremonies, they made glass spears and grinding stones. They made message sticks, they fished, hunted and foraged for food and bush medicine."

Ingaada elder, Kath Ryan shared a story her mother told her from the early 1900s.

“As they were camping there, they could hear a mob in chains coming along … up the river and those people were their ancestors … the people were crying and couldn't communicate.”

Not many people know about the history of the medical incarceration of First Nation people.

Another Ingaada elder, Merle Dann, told NITV News her grandfather was a local tracker in the early 1900s. Ms Dann’s grandfather told her mother of the difficulties he faced.

He had no choice but to go and catch the Caranua people who were stealing, said Ms Dann.

“He used to say, ‘I don’t want to end up at the islands for not telling the truth,’” said Ms Dann.

Chairperson of the Carnarvon Aboriginal Medical Service, Gail Belotti said her ancestors got a life sentence for a disease that can be treated in 15 minutes today.

“[It] was a lifetime, they were there until they died … how tragic is it that our people had to suffer,” she said.

“All of us as Aboriginal people know about the islands …, we also know that our families on the mainland are still grieving about the fact that those islands were death islands, and right now there are people all over Australia that treat them as islands for recreation.

"I look at it exactly the same as us going and having picnics and dancing on the graves of their ancestors, that’s what disappoints me. So, for us, we need to be healed … the islands need to be healed .. for us, we see them as sorrow and grief.”

“Look, learn and listen, and then you’ll understand .. we just helped the old people go through and they did come and they whistled as they went past … you can feel it now, they’re all here,” said Ingaada elder, Marion Crowe.

Traditional owners performed a smoking ceremony to send the spirits of their ancestors home.
Traditional owners performed a smoking ceremony to send the spirits of their ancestors home.

The Lock Hospitals Working Group has developed a year-long commemoration program.

Lotterywest funded Wednesday's commemoration ceremony, with the Shire of Carnarvon also providing support.

A sculpture partially funded by the State Government along with the Shire of Carnarvon will be installed by the Lock Hospitals Working Group in March.

Titled, 'Don't Look at the Islands' the work will feature a young girl covering her face and pointing to the Islands as she stands alongside her brother. Other projects will follow throughout the year.
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Ngaarda Media added 3 new photos.1 day ago
BUSH FIRE

Bush fires are burning along the North West Coastal Hwy in both directions between Pannawonica Rd and Fortescue Roadhouse Fortescue - Reduced Visibility (fog, smoke over road)
TRAFFIC IMPACT

Smoke Over Road. Exercise Extreme Caution.
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Ngaarda Media added 5 new photos.2 days ago
Have you seen the sign along Dampier Highway?

Are you okay?

Karratha friends, Frankie and Sarah have painted a couple of trees blue along the Dampier Highway in Karratha to raise awareness about suicide prevention.

"Northern Western Australia has been impacted by multiple suicides in recent weeks. We would like to make it noted that you matter and your life matters!!!!! Spread the love and talk to people that you may not know and make it known that everyone is fighting their own battles, we are all in this earth together," Frankie and Sarah said.

The pair were inspired to do this after hearing about the six deaths during December last year in the Pilbara.

The Blue Tree Project encourages people to Paint a Tree Blue as an act to prevent suicide & send a message.

"We are stronger than we believe, braver than we think and loved more than we know."

LIFELINE: 13 11 14

#youcantalk #beyondblue

https://www.facebook.com/bluetreeproject.com.au/?hc_location=ufi
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Ngaarda Media updated their cover photo.3 days ago
Yingarrda elders at Lock Hospital Centennial 2019
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Ngaarda Media added 68 new photos — with Kath Ryan.3 days ago
Hundreds, gathered on Yingarrda country this week in Carnarvon WA to remember their ancestors who were forcibly taken in chains to Bernie and Dorre Islands because they were accused of having vineral diseases. Many did not return home.

A Healing circle was held and everyone shared their stories from the heart.

The Lock Hospital Carnarvon working party and the @Shire of Carnarvon put on the event and will be working towards other projects this year.

MORE INFO: https://www.lockhospital.com.au/

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