Welcome on board to Mulga Mail our golden opportunity to advance WA's only Aboriginal Newspaper. In response to the community demand, we recognised the need of raising public awareness in the wider community of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, society and issues affecting the Indigenous population.
From July 2012, Mulga Mail commenced, in the footprints of Yamaji News and going strong today. We are confident of the future and determined for the long-term operations of Mulga Mail into the future. Are you or your group interested to become a genuine partner with shared responsibilities to grow this ambitious Aboriginal newspaper into the future?
Any business owners out there would love to make a generous donation to Mulga Mail's growth and expansion, would be appreciated very much. As a registered new company, we would appreciate any amount of donations right now, because we are Not Government funded since 2005. Please take your time to consider the long-term benefits to the Indigenous population in WA and the wider community, contact us soon.
Your investment will help ensure Indigenous employment opportunities for the present and in the future. Mulga Mail will be recruiting Indigenous reporters, sub-editors, graphic designers, columnists, advertising sales and administration staff. Our goal is to be the best representative newspaper for all Indigenous people in Western Australia and other states.
NOW IS THE RIGHT TIME TO INVEST IN THE FUTURE OF MULGA MAIL IN WA!
I look forward to working with you and your firm or organisation in 2017 and beyond.
SPONSOR MULGA MAIL & ADVERTISE YOUR SERVICES FOR LOCAL & STATEWIDE IMPACT!
Paul N Ihanimo - CEO/Managing Director
1st January 2017
P: 08 9964 3550
F: 08 9964 4690
WIM's vision for MULGA MAIL is to become the best representative newspaper for all First Peoples in WA, covering the length and breath of this great state of ours!
MULGA MAIL is about developing a forum and voice for all Western Australia's First Peoples that will encourage and develop meaningful communication between First People individuals and First People communities no matter where they live or may be located in WA and beyond. It will also be a vital link between both the Indigenous and non- Indigenous communities in WA and Australia-wide.
M: 0448 235 559
M: 0429 888 022
That all West Australians have easy access to unbiased and factual information and positive news about Aboriginal people as to inform, inspire and impact.”
Mulga Mail board and management appreciates your financial support through advertising your services and programs to help us print WA’s only Aboriginal Newspaper.
Together, we can achieve more. Mulga Mail is a self-funded project supporting diversity and all language groups and cultures in WA.
Nathaniel & Miranda Ihanimo
WT Design Studio
M: 0407 778 936
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BSB 066512 ACC 1065 2399
CBA Geraldton Branch
ABN: 63 694 09 610
Mulga Mail is a member of the Mid West Chamber of
Commerce and Industry (MWCCI) Located at
22 Sanford Street Geraldton WA 6531. Postal Address: P.O. Box 433 Geraldton Western Australia 6531
Australian Indigenous Communications Association (AICA) P.O. Box 4235 Ainslie ACT 2602
Phone 02 6262 8699 www.aicainc.org.au
Mulga Mail is printed by
Daniels Printing Craftsmen Pty Ltd
10 Walters Drive, Osborne Park
22 Sanford Street Geraldton WA 6530
Office 08 9964 3550
Fax 08 9964 4690
Sales/Ads 0429 888 022
Production 040 777 8936
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Mulga Mail would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this land, we live and work from and pay our deep respect to Elders, both past, present and future.
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