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  • Writer's pictureDemi Lynch

Australia's Only Fortnightly National Indigenous Newspaper Can FINALLY Operate Again

The Koori Mail is a 100% Aboriginal-owned newspaper proudly based on the Widjabul Wiabul lands of the Bundjalung nation in Lismore.

For 30 years the independent media outlet has been sharing the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Earlier this year The Koori Mail's office spaces were devastatingly affected by the northern NSW floods.

Because of the water damage, for the first time in three decades the beloved paper had to close its doors and stop operating.

But thanks to the generosity of community members and philanthropic groups, the self-funded paper can finally operate again.

"We had to do everything we could to ensure the Koori Mail staff had adequate office space to continue full operations and for the Koori Mail to continue being the voice for our mob around the nation," says Koori Mail General Manager Naomi Moran, "it was important also that this support aligned with the Koori Mail’s foundations as a 100% Aboriginal owned and run organisation."



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