The work team at Manyallaluk made wooden toys for kids. Everyone got stuck in making toys and the results were amazing. We are so impressed with the work achieved.
Nyirrungguung-RISE Business Manager Tracy Beesley and Service Coordinator Brogan Frost donated excess food to the Salvation Army Hub for people in the local community. Many people are in lockdown, have been unable to get back to their communities, and are currently stuck in Katherine. We hope that this helps everyone that needs it.
This year RISE Ventures along with Nyirrunggulung-RISE were invited to assist with the mango distribution around our remote communities of Beswick, Barunga, Binjari, Kalano and Katherine regions. We were invited to pick the required mangoes, this gave our attending job seekers hands on work experience should any have an interest in the Harvest Trail season. See all the images from the day.
The Manyallaluk and Barunga work crews have created a stunning table and seat. The team at Manyallaluk are wanting the table to be placed outside the council office to help the community and the Barunga crew are keen to learn to sew to finish off the seats with cushions. Well done to all the hardworking teams.
Nyirrunggulung-Rise was happy to see all who attended the latest chainsaw training at Bullman. The course consisted of community members from Bulman and Wemol, along with help from the Mimal Ranger’s. See all the pictures from the training.
See the latest woodwork projects from the Barunga Work Crew. The team did an amazing job, and the quality of all items is superb. Well done team!
On Monday the 20th of September 2021, Nyirrunggulung-RISE was very proud to hold the Indigenous Women in Construction (IWIC) graduation at Beswick.
The hard-working team at Beswick has a new member, Snow White. Snow White is a very friendly horse that all the fellas love spending time with. All the team at Beswick love looking after Snow White.
The Nyirrunggulung Rise team were at Bulman where we worked alongside the Roper Gulf Council workers getting ready for the wet season. Thanks to all involved for your amazing work!
The ladies at Beswick have created an array of different artworks, clocks, plant pots, and t-shirts. Well done to all involved.