Category: Martu in the Media

Lines in the Sand

February 26, 2024

Lines in the sand The Monthly, March 2024 By failing to take Indigenous knowledge seriously, […]

Out of the Western Desert, a resounding Yes to be heard

July 13, 2023

Senior members of the remote Martu community believe the voice will make listening to Aboriginal […]

Martu people to manage Warla-Warrarn Martu Indigenous Protected Area

July 11, 2023

The protection of 2.2 million hectares on the Native Title lands of the Martu people […]

Remote residents deliver food for thought in the Gibson Desert

July 4, 2023

A cluster of dilapidated houses in the Gibson Desert is providing Martu people with respite […]

Half homes in remote lands of Martu people are fit for demolition

June 30, 2023

The first comprehensive survey of living conditions of the Martu people, in the Western Desert, […]

Time for the Indigenous voice to parliament: Western Desert people should not have to struggle to be heard

Martu leaders say no Indigenous people should have to struggle as hard as their people […]

Martu Say Yes to the Voice

June 13, 2023

It’s a YES for the Martu native title trustee as it officially backs the Voice […]

First Peoples’ knowledge leads scientists to reveal ‘fairy circles’ and termite linyji are linked in Australia

April 26, 2023

Nature, April 2023 In the past, when scientists encountered and studied ‘new’ environmental phenomena, they […]

Martu knowledge leading scientific research

April 12, 2023

Indigenous know-how has helped solve the scientific mystery of how polka-dot fairy circles occur in […]

VIVID 2022!

October 24, 2022

The much anticipated ‘Yarrkaalpa – Hunting Grounds 2022’ by 8 Martumili Artists (Janice Yuwali Nixon […]

BBM Interview with Anne Mitchell

August 31, 2022

Aired Friday 2nd September Discussion on Martu Hostel. Bumma Bippera Media 98.7FM is the first […]


ABC Interview with Melvin Farmer

August 26, 2022

Aired 29th August Discussion on the history of Wadjemup. ABC Pilbara Breakfast program with Kelly […]


Facing off mining giants with art

See Saw Magazine, August 2022 Unlikely weapons have enabled a group of Martu artists to […]