September 5, 2010
June 10, 2009

See screen shots below of Dumbartung first website, hosted by iinet in early 1990’s.

January 20, 2005

Irene Cunningham: Historian Journalist Perth Western Australian. Recognition and protection of Indigenous peoples knowledge and resources are profoundly ethical questions based on concepts of universal fairness and justice.

January 20, 2005

I Burnum Burnum, hereby sever all ties with the Author Marlo Morgan and the book entitled ‘Mutant Message Down Under’.

January 20, 2005

Map Illustrating Scope of Investigation. The shaded area on this map indicates the areas in which meetings where held across Australia.

January 20, 2005

In 1995 an invitation was issued to Representatives of the Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation from Mr Toshimi Mikami, Mr Harvomi Hosono and Mr Tadanori Yoko to attend a Healing Gathering in Kobe City, Japan.

January 19, 2005

As Aboriginal cultural arts maintain an extensive and varying interest to many western countries, it is imperative to strengthen our commitment to the central need of working towards the empowerment of the rights of ownership of our people over the oldest living culture of the most ancient land mass on the face of the earth.