2022/23 Annual Report

2023 Marks the 21st year IBN was established and 21 years of supporting the Yinhawangka, Banyjima and Nyiyaparli people. We are proud to present the Annual Report for the 2022/23 Financial Year. Please click on the below link to view/download the Annual Report. IBN Annual Report – 2022/23 Financial Year

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IBN Strategic Plan 2023

We are pleased to present to our members and stakeholders IBN’s Strategic Plan for Agreement Years 22 to 24. First and foremost, we would like to acknowledge all our Traditional Owner groups, Yinhawangka, Banyjima and Nyiyaparli, and our Elders past and present and emerging. It was the hard work and determination of our Elders and

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CEO Update

Dear Members, Our CEO, Dale Brown’s, contract expires at the end of February 2024. Following that Dale will be moving back to Perth and is looking forward to the opportunity to spend more time with his Perth based family. Dale has made a significant contribution to IBN during his tenure including improvements in the processing

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IBN Wins Business Awards

IBN was nominated for 4 awards on Saturday 16 September 2023 at the Port Hedland Chamber of Commerce Inc (PHCCI) Business Excellence Awards. PHCCI noted that there were a record number of submissions this year. They went on to add that IBN to have four nominations accepted was a significant achievement. IBN was nominated for:

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NAIDOC 2023 Message

This year’s NAIDOC theme has raised many issues and memories that are still relevant to this day. For Our Elders who are our parents and grandparents that fought in the past. This was not long ago, and we are still told by them that it is still hard for them to talk about. The struggles

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The reconciliation process has been running for decades and a key moment came at a historic meeting of First Nations people from across the country at the First Nations’ National Constitutional Convention in 2017. As many as 250 Indigenous representatives from all around Australia met at Uluru and after many days of discussion, reached a


Have your say!

It’s time to have the constitution amended. A change to the constitution requires votes. Do you support a change to the constitution that establishes an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice? You can say ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ Let Australia know that the Pilbara has a voice! To be the change you want to see, you

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AGM Q & A Comment Box

The IBN AGM has been rescheduled for Saturday, 27 April 2024 in South Hedland. The Board had considered holding the AGM as a virtual meeting. It was decided that it was important for Members and their families to have the chance to be together if they choose to do so. You will, of course have

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