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For you? Wipu (kangaroo tail) & damper fresh from the fire. ... See MoreSee Less

For you? Wipu (kangaroo tail) & damper fresh from the fire.

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Oh yum make me hungry looking at that. Beautiful mai, beautiful country too 🥰❤

Thanks Janet- that looks delicious!

What a gift

Aunties always sharing .... proper feed.

Looks amazing

Mum kukuwa love you 💕

Love it!! 😀❤

Yum

Yummm!

Yum

Bethany Anderson; Anderson Nyingurtaa

Yes please!

Kangaroo tail my absolute favourite. I so wish the butchers would sell it. At least I can buy kanga steaks at the supermarket. When I was a child mum would have to go to the pet shop. How have we come so far.

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Looking for a dream job? NPY has several exciting positions available. Check them out: www.npywc.org.au/jobs/ ... See MoreSee Less

Looking for a dream job? NPY has several exciting positions available. Check them out: https://www.npywc.org.au/jobs/

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Mereki Schmucker

This would be fantastic work

Nyinku Vicky Jingo

Beautiful photo. 👍🏼

☀️☀️☀️ Hiding from the sun…NPYWC style ... See MoreSee Less

☀️☀️☀️ Hiding from the sun…NPYWC  style

"Get the needle". NPYWC Director Yangi Yangi Fox

Central Australian Aboriginal Congress @Ngaanyatjarra Council Group Nganampa Health Council Pipalyatjara Anangu School Central Land Council
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Minyma (women) getting things done. Big vision & a big AGM tomorrow for all our Directors & members. ... See MoreSee Less

Minyma (women) getting things done. Big vision & a big AGM tomorrow for all our Directors & members.

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❤️💛🖤

All the best x

AGM YALTJINGKA

2 weeks ago
NPY Women's Council

🦘🦘🦘 Rocky loves Malu Wipu (kangaroo tail). NPYWC Child Nutrition. ... See MoreSee Less

🦘🦘🦘 Rocky loves Malu Wipu (kangaroo tail). NPYWC Child Nutrition.
2 weeks ago
NPY Women's Council

😍Rosemary loves mango. We are all waiting for the mango trucks from Darwin to come! NPYWC Child Nutrition. ... See MoreSee Less

😍Rosemary loves mango. We are all waiting for the mango trucks from Darwin to come! NPYWC Child Nutrition.

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Absolutely stunning cherub. I'd love to squeeze her.

Definitely worth a read! I wanted to wait and make sure it was safe first, but sure enough I've just been paid out $1,380 for the last 3 days straight into my bank. :)

I look the same after eating mango :)

Awwww lubly... these blueberry eyes 😍 Rosemary is beyond beautiful.

Oh my goodness look at that beautiful Mango face Rosemary.

Yum yum me too !! What a little sweetie ❤

What about those beautiful eyes

Rosemary is delightful 🥰

What spectacular eyes.

Bless her I love mango too

Eliza Ingram🧡🧡

Liliana McCarthy

Jameekah Howard omg too beautiful

Sooo beautiful

Adorable

Beautiful wee face❤️❤️❤️❤️

Small dolly 😍

💛

Iti wiru!! 😍😍😍

Wowzers she is soooo beautiful.

Gorgeous little cherub.

She is adorable ❤️

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2 weeks ago
NPY Women's Council

"Dont be afraid of the needle, it will save you" Rene Kulitja, NPYWC Director
Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Nganampa Health Council Tjuntjuntjara Community Resource Centre Ngaanyatjarra Council Group Pymedia @Central Land Council Tjuma Pulka 96.3 FM Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation
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Rene Kulitja Rene Kulitja

Get your Covid shot xxx

💗 YES!!

2 weeks ago
NPY Women's Council

If you are in lockdown or just looking for a healthy brain activity to do for yourself or with your kids…NPY Women’s Council is sharing healthy brain activities for National Child Protection Week. The activity comes from our special Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku – Helping the brain become stronger resource. The resource was developed in conjunction with senior Anangu women from Central Australia.

Activity 5: BRAIN STEM Music and dancing activities are good for the brain stem, cerebellum and limbic system. This is because they are rhythmic, repetitive and regulatory.. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES: Inma, (traditional song & dance), dancing, music, singing
You can find out more about Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku here: www.npywc.org.au/product/ngukunypa-kunpuntjaku-helping-the-brain-become-stronger/
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If you are in lockdown or just looking for a healthy brain activity to do for yourself or with your kids…NPY Women’s Council is sharing healthy brain activities for National Child Protection Week. The activity comes from our special Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku – Helping the brain become stronger resource. The resource was developed in conjunction with senior Anangu women from Central Australia. 

Activity 5: BRAIN STEM Music and dancing activities are good for the brain stem, cerebellum and limbic system. This is because  they are rhythmic, repetitive and regulatory..  SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES: Inma, (traditional song & dance), dancing, music, singing
You can find out more about Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku here: https://www.npywc.org.au/product/ngukunypa-kunpuntjaku-helping-the-brain-become-stronger/
2 weeks ago
NPY Women's Council

If you are in lockdown or just looking for a healthy brain activity to do for yourself or with your kids…NPY Women’s Council is sharing healthy brain activities for National Child Protection Week. The activity comes from our special Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku – Helping the brain become stronger resource. The resource was developed in conjunction with senior Anangu women from Central Australia.

Activity 4: BRAIN STEM Tactile and sensory activities encourage brain stem development. These activities can be nurturing and soothing. Different activities can activate a range of our senses including smell, touch, sight, hearing and taste. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES: Slime, clay, playdough, sand play, mud play, water play.
You can find out more about Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku here: www.npywc.org.au/product/ngukunypa-kunpuntjaku-helping-the-brain-become-stronger/
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If you are in lockdown or just looking for a healthy brain activity to do for yourself or with your kids…NPY Women’s Council is sharing healthy brain activities for National Child Protection Week. The activity comes from our special Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku – Helping the brain become stronger resource. The resource was developed in conjunction with senior Anangu women from Central Australia. 

Activity 4: BRAIN STEM Tactile and sensory activities encourage brain stem development. These activities can be nurturing and soothing. Different activities can activate a range of our senses including smell, touch, sight, hearing and taste.  SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES: Slime, clay, playdough, sand play, mud play, water play.
You can find out more about Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku here: https://www.npywc.org.au/product/ngukunypa-kunpuntjaku-helping-the-brain-become-stronger/