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y separately published work icon Koori Mail newspaper  
Date: 2004-2006
Date: 1991
Issue Details: First known date: 1991... 1991 Koori Mail
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'Produced fortnightly, Koori Mail is distributed Australia-wide, providing news, views, advertisements and other material of vital interest to Indigenous Australians and Australians interested in Indigenous affairs. We have been doing this since 1991, and the newspaper has grown to the point where it is recognised as "The Voice of Indigenous Australia". Koori Mail is not just a successful national publication - it's also a true Aboriginal success story. The newspaper is owned jointly by five small Aboriginal organisations in Bundjalung country, on the far north coast of New South Wales. Every cent of profit made by the newspaper goes to Indigenous Australians - either in the form of dividends, sponsorships or scholarships to help our people'. Source: /www.koorimail.com/ (Sighted 07/01/2009).

Notes

  • The website contains highlights of the latest edition, contact details for the Koori Mail and details of the paper: http://www.koorimail.com

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Koori Mail Stands with Devastated Community Nick Paton , 2022 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 20 April no. 171 2022; (p. 26-27)
'The big white building sitting on the bank of the Wilsons River in Lismore has been home to the Koori Mail since 2002.'
Hocking Rejoins Koori Mail Team 2021 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 6 October no. 761 2021; (p. 6)

'Warlpiri Woman Rachael Hocking has joined the Koori Mail team as a journalist.'

Former Editor Reflects on the Strength of the Koori Mail 2021 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 2 June no. 752 2021; (p. 4)
''WHEN Yuwallarai woman Kirstie Parker was editor of the Koori Mail, from 2006-2013, she used to love opening the paper and looking at all the Black faces from different walks of life. She still does. ' 
Owen Carriage Creates a Voice for Our People Darren Coyne , 2021 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 2 June no. 752 2021; (p. 2)
'THE mob around the campfire at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra thought Owen Carriage was joking. "I'm going to start a newspaper." the young Walbunja man told them, and their laughter filled the cold night air of Australia's capital city. '
 
Bundjalung Country Prepares to Host a Celebration of First Nations Media 2021 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 24 March no. 747 2021; (p. 8)
'ARTS and media personality Rhoda Roberts has been announced as the keynote speaker for CONVERGE. the First Nations Media National Conference. The conference is being organised by First Nations Media Australia, and co-hosted with the Koori Mail.'
Koori Mail i "Go buy the paper", Leslie Purcell , 2003 single work poetry
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 21 May no. 301 2003; (p. 12)
Farewell, but Not Goodbye Todd Condie , 2003 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 17 December no. 316 2003; (p. 13)
Many a Highlight in 10 Years Todd Condie , 2003 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 17 December no. 316 2003; (p. 13)
Message Stick to Koori Mail i "In ancient days, the use of", Malcolm Champion , 2004 single work poetry
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 7 April no. 323 2004; (p. 27)
y separately published work icon Talk Softly, Listen Well : Profile of Bundjalung Elder, Charles Moran Charles Harold Moran , Glennys Moran , Lismore : Southern Cross University Press , 2004 Z1154325 2004 single work biography

Talk Softly, Listen Well details Charles Moran's family history, including his early life in the Northern Rivers region and describes how he survived the clash of cultural expectations. (Source: Publishers website)

PeriodicalNewspaper Details

ISSN: 1038-8516
Frequency:
Fortnightly
Advertising:
Yes
Note:
Contents indexed selectively.
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