Early Nyungar hunter-gathers understood the efficacy of pain-relief using techniques similar to those employed in acupuncture or acupressure. These included rubbing, applying pressure and sucking painful areas on the human body. As we know ourselves the body’s natural response to pain, such as that of a headache, is to automatically rub the area (e.g. … Continued
Yesterday we went walking in the Drummond Nature Reserve, northwest of Toodyay. It was a relaxing day as we walked through bushland of Xanthorrhea (grass tree), she-oak, wandoo, marri and wildflowers. We tried to capture some impressions of the place and the wildlife that we encountered.
This book can be purchased at Hesperian Press. The collected known works of James Browne have been annotated with explanatory notes by Ken Macintyre and Dr Barb Dobson in order to provide a biographical and ethnohistorical context. Where Browne has omitted to use the traditional Noongar terms for artefacts and known ceremonial rituals, these have been … Continued
The official declaration of the fish habitat protection area at Cottesloe & Leighton by the Minister for Fisheries, Hon. Minister Kim Chance Most members of the community are pleased that we now have a hard-won Fish Habitat Protection Area at Cottesloe. It has taken a lot of hard work and effort especially on the part of … Continued