IBN Members Survey

  Thanharru! Your contributions matter. The timing of this survey ensures that your responses contribute to the review and development of the 2024/2025 Community Programs and IBN service delivery. The survey will open on Friday 1st of March and close on Sunday 24th March 2024, at midnight. All members who fully complete the survey and submit it within […]

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Rescheduled 2023 BAC AGM

ICN 3825 | ABN 86 350 045 955 All members of the Banjyma Aboriginal Corporation (BAC) are advised that an AGM of the members of the Corporation will take place as follows: Date:Thursday 7th March 2024 Time: 9:30am – 3:30pmRegistrations from 8:30am – 9:30am Place: Milpaku Kuma Port Hedland Community Centre McGregor Street, Port Hedland

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AGM Deferment FAQ

Q: I drove to Hedland to attend the AGM before the announcement was made to defer the AGM. What can I claim? A: Send a tax invoice for your fuel costs through to IBN AGM agm@ibngroup.com.au IBN will pay the travel allowance as per the IBN travel policy. Q: I was driving to Hedland to

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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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IBN Directors Board Announcement

At the 25th May 2023 IBN Board meeting, as part of the normal review of Board roles, the Board appointed Christina Stone and Geoff Parnell as Co-Chairs, and Darren Injie as Deputy Chair. https://ibngroup.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/f_-ibn-directors-announcement_cs_gp_bjt_edit_2023-06-23.mp4 The decision to appoint Co-Chairs was based on boosting IBN’s leadership capacity through complimentary knowledge, skills and experience, and for each

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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


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