- Thursday 13 April 2017
- Written by Baydon Widdicombe
Four teenagers from Bendigo are about to head to the Northern Territory on the trip of a lifetime as part of a pilot scheme aimed at developing indigenous leaders of the future.
BDAC would like to welcome Dr Thileepan Naren who has commenced this week in a full-time capacity. He has previously in Melbourne and also at an Aboriginal Medical Service in QLD. He is is available for appointments now so please book in by calling (03) 5442 4947
Bendigo and District Aboriginal Co-operative invites Indigenous youth from across the region to attend a free BBQ on Thursday, October 27, and have their say in future youth-focused activities.
The BBQ is the first major step in setting up a new regular Koori Youth Group in Bendigo, aimed at 12 to 18-year-olds.
BDAC’s involvement in the Section 18 Rural Pilot Program aimed at improving outcomes for vulnerable Aboriginal children is another step along the road to self-determination...
The final siren has sounded on the Murrun Dhelk Statewide Koori Football Netball Carnival for 2016.
Congratulations to all the athletes and officials who took part in the competition, as well as the many supporters who came along to cheer on their family, friends and community members.
Bendigo and District Aboriginal Co-operative took part in the recent release of the landmark Taskforce 1000 report into Koori children in Victoria’s child protection system.
Here are final results from football matches played across the Murrun Dhelk Carnival.
Doctor Gary Bourke returns to the BDAC medical clinic after a period of extended leave.
Final results from the Murrun Dhelk Carnival netball competition are now available.