“We thank our listeners for their support and voting for Black Star in the category of Excellence in Service Industry Award with the Mareeba Chamber of Commerce.” The awards are […]
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QRAM would like to invite you to check out and use the eSafety resources we’ve developed with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people and other community members from remote […]
“Stayin’ eSafe” QRAM and eSafety Project Launches today!! QRAM is very proud to be a part of the eSafety project to promote online safety in regional and remote Aboriginal and […]
Queensland Remote Aboriginal Media is proud to be a part of the Online Safety Grants Program represented by eSafety Commissioner and named the Stayin’ eSafe project which will provide much-needed […]
Black Star’s innovative monitoring of its network of remote stations is now beginning to pay dividends. Keeping remote Indigenous Radio Stations (RIBS) on air is no easy task at the […]
Blackstar Radio attempted to arrange an interview with Aurukun Shire Council Mayor, Mr. Derek Walpo, regarding the recent unrest that has occurred in Aurukun. Unfortunately, he was unable to do […]
Mark Hogan interviews Mick Gooda and Mick DeBrenni about new ways of distributing Aboriginal housing money.
Andy Paine described as a climate change warrior, spoke to Greg Reid on Black Star of his concern about coal its effect on climate change and about the threats and […]
TEABBA is QRAM’s sister network and the premier Aboriginal Radio broadcaster in the Northern Territory. A significant milestone was achieved on this year, when TEABBA celebrated 30 years of broadcasting […]