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iBase: new name, same great service.

The welcoming smiles and accounting expertise of David and the team at iBase are certainly familiar to many businesses across the East Kimberley community – however the business name might be new to you. That’s because the Kimberley’s Indigenous business…


Wunan welcomes first Indigenous CEO

The Wunan Board of Directors have announced the appointment of Jim Lewis as new CEO for the organisation following an extensive search process.


KEEP Expands to Perth

The Kimberley Educational Excellence Program (KEEP) has been extended to Perth. Officially launched on the 4 March, the event was marked with a traditional smoking ceremony conducted by Noongar elders, the traditional custodians of the Perth area.


Nominations now open for the EKAAA!

Do you know someone special in your community? This is your chance to show them how much you appreciate them and the amazing work they do! Nomination forms and information can be found at wunan.org.au/ekaaa


Spotlight on Staff- Elizabeth “Liz” Boyd

Liz Boyd hails from Perth and is a Whadjuk Wiiman woman of the Noongar nation. She is the HIPPY Coordinator (Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters) and provides opportunity for parents to become involved with their kids learning at…


Spotlight on Wunan Staff- Courteney Topliss

Courteney is the Accommodation Coordinator at Burraluba Yura Ngurra Worker’s Hostel. Courtney is passionate about working with Aboriginal people to improve health and well-being through employment, education and affordable housing.