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Posted on 28 August 2020

All About Emma Murphy

All About Emma Murphy

Emma Murphy just can’t stay away from ARDS. After stints in 2011 and 2016, Emma is back working with us as Capability Coordinator to ensure ARDS staff have the right training and support to work effectively in our important cross-cultural space. Emma says she grew up in country Victoria but decided at…

Posted on 26 June 2020

ARDS in the News June 2020

ARDS in the News June 2020

ARDS and Yolŋu Radio have barely been out of the public eye recently, with Australia’s media covering our work on COVID-19 and East Arnhem Live. Before social distancing was introduced, NITV and SBS visited our Winnellie studio to meet our team putting in long hours to translate and record COVID-19…

Posted on 26 June 2020

East Arnhem Live showcasing Yolŋu musicians to the world

East Arnhem Live showcasing Yolŋu musicians to the world

Our East Arnhem Live series has really struck a chord with the world! What started with chats between Yolŋu Radio manager Nicholas O’Riley and some local musicians about how COVID-19 had caused the cancellations of the different Arnhem Land festivals, the lifeblood of local bands, has led to tens of…

Posted on 26 June 2020

Yolŋu Radio fights the spread of COVID-19

Yolŋu Radio fights the spread of COVID-19

ARDS is playing a pivotal role in keeping Yolŋu informed and prepared for COVID-19. In mid-March, ARDS/Yolŋu Radio rapidly switched into emergency mode, dedicating almost all our capacity to Yolŋu Matha communications about COVID-19. When COVID-19 first reached Australia, there was great…

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