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2016 Australian Telstra Business Woman of the Year!

Posted by on Nov 17, 2016 in NPYWC News | Comments Off on 2016 Australian Telstra Business Woman of the Year!

2016 Australian Telstra Business Woman of the Year!

Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) Women’s Council directors and staff congratulate our Chief Executive Officer Andrea Mason on being awarded the 2016 National Telstra Business Woman of the Year for Special Purpose and Social Enterprise, and the 2016 Australian Telstra Business Woman of the Year award! The Telstra Business Women’s Awards are the longest running women’s awards program in Australia, championing women in diverse industries and creating opportunities for national connections and conversations. Andrea, along with...

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Congratulations! 2017 NT Australian of the Year

Posted by on Nov 3, 2016 in NPYWC News | Comments Off on Congratulations! 2017 NT Australian of the Year

Congratulations! 2017 NT Australian of the Year

Congratulations to Chief Executive Officer Andrea Mason on receiving the 2017 NT Australian of the Year Award, last night at a reception in Darwin. Andrea won this prestigious award for her dedication, commitment and work across the tri-state region of NT, SA and WA to Aboriginal women and their families. Andrea has been CEO of NPY Women’s Council since 2010 and has lead the organisation on a journey of growth and towards financial sustainability.   Congratulations are extended to the other NT Award recipients 2017 Senior...

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Tjanpi Desert Weavers runners up in Ethical Enterprise Award

Posted by on Oct 26, 2016 in NPYWC News, Tjanpi News | Comments Off on Tjanpi Desert Weavers runners up in Ethical Enterprise Award

Tjanpi Desert Weavers runners up in Ethical Enterprise Award

Tjanpi Desert Weavers have won second prize in the Moral Fairground Ethical Enterprise Award 2016, announced in Melbourne at the end of last week. The Ethical Enterprise Award 2016 recognises the most inspirational ethical enterprise in Australia – a business or organisation that has achieved the most positive social and economic impact in a local or overseas community through their innovative and ethical trade practices. Tjanpi Desert Weavers were one of 9 finalists in the national award, with the winners being Pollinate Energy, an...

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Marking 10 years of Low Aromatic Fuel in central Australia

Posted by on Oct 26, 2016 in NPYWC News, Youth Team News | Comments Off on Marking 10 years of Low Aromatic Fuel in central Australia

Marking 10 years of Low Aromatic Fuel in central Australia

  Press Release Low Aromatic Fuel 10 Years on and Going Strong: a community driven solution that has stood the test of time This month it is 10 years since Opal fuel first rolled into Alice Springs. This happened on the back of a community campaign and with the support of fuel companies, government and many retailers in the region. It has worked well and 10 years on we have reason to celebrate and highlight this good story.   CAYLUS, WYDAC and NPY Women’s Council are proud of our involvement in this campaign and ongoing work with remote...

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Congratulations Andrea Mason

Posted by on Oct 21, 2016 in NPYWC News | Comments Off on Congratulations Andrea Mason

Congratulations Andrea Mason

  Directors, members and staff congratulate our Chief Executive Officer Andrea Mason on her nomination as a finalist in the 2017 NT Australian of the Year awards. Click HERE to see the article form the Centralian Advocate published today (21 October 2016)  

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NT Telstra Business Women of the Year 2016

Posted by on Oct 7, 2016 in NPYWC News | Comments Off on NT Telstra Business Women of the Year 2016

NT Telstra Business Women of the Year 2016

Ms Andrea Mason, Chief Executive NPY Women’s Council, named NT Telstra Business Woman of the Year. Directors, members and staff of the NPY Women’s Council congratulate their CEO, Andrea Mason, for last night’s award of NT Telstra Business Woman of the Year. NPY Women’s Council provides services for women and their families to increase their capacity to lead safe and healthy lives with improved life choices in the tri-state region of NT, SA and WA, otherwise known as the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara lands. Last night at...

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2016 Telstra Northern Territory Business Women’s Awards

Posted by on Sep 14, 2016 in NPYWC News | Comments Off on 2016 Telstra Northern Territory Business Women’s Awards

2016 Telstra Northern Territory Business Women’s Awards

NPY Women’s Council directors and staff congratulate our CEO Andrea Mason on becoming a finalist in the For Purpose and Social Enterprise of the 2016 Telstra Northern Territory Business Women’s Award event series. The winners will be announced at a gala event in Darwin on the 4th October 2016.

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Never Give Up News

Posted by on Jun 16, 2016 in NPYWC News, Youth Team News | Comments Off on Never Give Up News

Never Give Up News is the annual publication of the NPY Women’s Council Youth Program. Check out the latest edition (2015) here…

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Larapinta Extreme walkers raise $139,000

Posted by on May 27, 2016 in NPYWC News | Comments Off on Larapinta Extreme walkers raise $139,000

Larapinta Extreme walkers raise $139,000

What an amazing celebration at the Telegraph Station this afternoon to mark the end the 11 day walk. The Larapinta Extreme Walk volunteers have done it again and more! They have raised funds for our women’s law and culture meeting and other operational activities of NPYWC to the sum of $139,000, and each volunteer has had a life changing experience. Thank you for exceeding last year’s effort!!! It’s now time to have a shower, relax and celebrate !!! Andrea Mason, NPYWC CEO For more information about the Larapinta Extreme...

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2016 Larapinta Extreme Walk Fundraiser

Posted by on May 10, 2016 in NPYWC News | Comments Off on 2016 Larapinta Extreme Walk Fundraiser

2016 Larapinta Extreme Walk Fundraiser From the 15th to the 26th May a team of 30 volunteers are tackling one of the most extreme trail walks in Australia, and they are doing it all for charity. A total of 27 walkers and 3 support crew, including employees from Perpetual, Telstra, IAG, Broadspectrum and NPY Women’s Council, two self-employed people and insurance brokers. Volunteers are coming from the NT, South Australia, WA, Queensland, NSW and Victoria, having trained, planned and saved they are all paying their own way to central Australia...

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