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AIM WA WestBusiness Pinnacle Awards

YMAC News issue 23

Posted: February 18th, 2014

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The latest issue of YMAC News is now available online.

Our cover story features YMACs recognition from the Western Australian business community for excellence in the area of Aboriginal Leadership Development at the inaugural AIM WA/WestBusiness Pinnacle Awards on 28 November 2013.

In this issue you can read about the historic discovery of a rare wooden artifact found in Monkey Mia.

There is also information about a number of agreements YMAC has been working on throughout the regions. As well as a except from a recently published book The Miners – Stories from the industry that drives modern Australia, by Barry Avery, in which CEO Simon Hawkins is featured.

Click here to download YMAC News issue 23 or browse earlier issues here.

YMAC wins Pinnacle Award for Aboriginal Leadership

Posted: November 29th, 2013

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Winners of the the inaugural AIM WA/WestBusiness Pinnacle Awards. Photo: West Australian

Winners of the the inaugural AIM WA/WestBusiness Pinnacle Awards. Photo: The West Australian

YMAC Co-Chairs Mrs Doris Eaton and Mr Victor Mourambine with His Excellency Malcolm McCusker. Photo: The West Australian

YMAC Co-Chairs Mrs Doris Eaton and Mr Victor Mourambine with His Excellency Malcolm McCusker.
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The Western Australian business community last night recognised Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation  in the area of Aboriginal Leadership Development Excellence at the inaugural AIM WA/WestBusiness Pinnacle Awards.

More than 600 guests, including Premier Colin Barnett and Governor Malcolm McCusker, attended Crown Perth last night with Co-Chairpersons Mrs Doris Eaton and Mr Victor Mourambine accepting on behalf of YMAC.

Mrs Eaton said, “I want to recognise the hard work and the journey of Traditional Owners, particularly the leadership of the Yamatji and Pilbara Regional Committees and Board of Directors. I also acknowledge the Noongar people, on whose country we have received this award.”

For more about the award, click here

YMAC on the shortlist for Pinnacle Awards

Posted: October 29th, 2013

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YMAC is proud to share with our readers that the organisation has been shortlisted for the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) WA WestBusiness Pinnacle Awards in the category of Aboriginal Leadership Development Excellence. The awards recognise business leadership in the Western Australian community.

All of the award winners across the several categories will be awarded prize money to go to a nominated charity of their choice.

The winners will be announced at a ceremony on 28 November. YMAC congratulates all of the other nominees.