NASCA News & Media

17 June 2017

Budding Scientists in Ali Curung and Laramba

Indigenous Australia has a long and rich culture of science and scientific discovery. Aboriginal communities have been making discoveries...

13 June 2017

The Art of Storytelling Koori Style

Storytelling has always been a crucial part of people’s lives and it has formed the basis of the continuation...

10 June 2017

Volunteering in the NT

NASCA listens to what Aboriginal kids want” We caught up with Kieran who took his skills and enthusiasm to...

30 May 2017

NASCA Expands in the NT

From six communities to eight in Central Australia NASCA is pleased to announce that we have expanded into the...

28 April 2017

Reflections from a NASCA Volunteer

  Wiradjuri woman, Redfern community member and mother of four Angela Coe is one of the latest skilled volunteers...

23 January 2017

CEO’s Report 2016

Over the past couple of years, I have had the pleasure of watching NASCA raise the bar not only...

16 December 2016

Redesigned, Relaunched Results – Connecting Western Sydney Students’ Potential with a Culture of Achievement.

This is the best Aboriginal Program we have had at our school by far and we’ve had plenty come...

14 November 2016

A special visit to the Swans

Source: Sydney Swans Media. The Sydney Swans hosted some special guests last week, with more than 20 students from...

12 November 2016

Improving Cultural Understanding for Volunteers in Central Australia

For a number of years Alice Springs woman Deanella Mack has created a platform for Aboriginal cultures and concepts...

27 October 2016

NASCA Students Return from TAFSIA Games (Jakarta)

In early October, an Australian delegation led by Aboriginal young people from Western Sydney returned from an international cultural...