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Nyngan work together for a shared future this NAIDOC week

Nyngan NAIDOC was celebrated in the community last week from July 1 to 5. Monday started with a 'walk with us, together as one' walk from the helicopter to the Bogan Shire Council chamber when a yarning circle was formed for the opening ceremony. Raylene Weldon led our community in Acknowledgement to Country, encouraging everyone to speak it in Ngiyampaa- Wongaibon language, which is being taught in our school. Guest Speakers Roy Ah-See former NSWALC chairperson spoke about his life and the opportunities he has had to speak on behalf of Aboriginal people. How he made choice in life that would be better for his and his families future. Other guest speaker were Kristy Neill from Nyngan Public School P&C and Neralie Quarmby from Nyngan High School P&C both ladies spoke about how working together brings unity and strength for the education of all children and our community Students from Nyngan High, Nyngan Public, St Joseph's Primary, Hermidale and Girilambone had st..

Nyngan NAIDOC was celebrated in the community last week from July 1 to 5. Monday started with a 'walk with us, together as one' walk from the helicopter to the Bogan Shire Council chamber when a yarning circle was formed for the opening ceremony. Raylene Weldon led our community in Acknowledgement to Country, encouraging everyone to speak it in Ngiyampaa- Wongaibon language, which is being taught in our school. Guest Speakers Roy Ah-See former NSWALC chairperson spoke about his life and the opportunities he has had to speak on behalf of Aboriginal people. How he made choice in life that would be better for his and his families future. Other guest speaker were Kristy Neill from Nyngan Public School P&C and Neralie Quarmby from Nyngan High School P&C both ladies spoke about how working together brings unity and strength for the education of all children and our community Students from Nyngan High, Nyngan Public, St Joseph's Primary, Hermidale and Girilambone had students speak about the theme of NAIDOC and what it means to them. Mr Charles Dwyer the Director of Education spoke about the importance of us coming together, and Mayor Ray Donald spoke about us as one community, and how we move forward as one community. Tiarna Stafford Nyngan High School Teacher choreographed and a powerful dance from the student of our local schools about coming together for ceremonies. The flag was raised by an Elder Uncle Tommy Ryan, who has been an advocating for the rights and needs of Aboriginal people for many years and has been volunteering at Nyngan NAIDOC events for many years. The cake was cut by the board and CEO of Nyngan LALC, for their dedication to the NAIDOC in our community. After the closing ceremony community was invited to Bogan Shire Early learning Centre Cultural Showcase session where children sung and danced for the Community and a morning tea was held. In the Afternoon Nyngan Preschool Cultural showcase and afternoon tea, where the children danced and sang and played activities in the yard. Tuesday was Nyngan High School Cultural show case day where we heard song sung in Ngiyampaa- Wongaibon Language, Aunty Thelma Dowton raised the Aboriginal Flag, students had activities such as dance with Jamie McClelland, Johnny cake baking, TIG games, And the school unveiled the beautiful painting on the container near the gym which represents the Weilwan people. Wednesday was Nyngan Public School Cultural showcase day where we were welcomed to an opening ceremony and children showcased traditional dance and spoke about NAIDOC. Aunty Lesly Ryan raised the Aboriginal flag and children participated in activities interactive session with Uncle Ralph Naden, dance and listening to Castlereagh Connections, who are young Aboriginal boys playing instruments and singing songs. Children enjoyed face painting and TIG games. Thursday was St Joseph's Primary school Cultural Showcase, starting with a liturgy and acknowledging what they were taught at the Brewarrina Fish traps tour. Each activity was lead with a story before undertaking games, and cooking of Johnny cakes. Friday was the Community day at Rotary Park on the Bogan River, service providers from Nyngan and surrounding communities attending. From Bike helmet exchange programs to face painting, jumping castles, drumming, fishing competition, (sadly no fish were caught) and then to top it off an awesome BBQ cooked by Jodie Smith and her son Trae. Friday evening was the NAIDOC dinner, where community enjoyed a lovely two course meal and a farewell message to Mr. Michael Gibson who was the Principal at Nyngan High School, who has been dedicated to our whole community and is moving closer to own family. We wish him all the best in the future. Thank you to everyone who came along and assisted in a great week. Thank you to the sponsors Aboriginal Affairs, Aeris Tritton Mines, AGL, and Early Rise Bakery. Thankyou to anyone who contributed to the NAIDOC week celebrations, those who helped in any way please know how much we appreciate it. It's a great opportunity for us to come together and be united. As this year themes states: lets work together for a shared future.

Nyngan work together for a shared future this NAIDOC week

Nyngan NAIDOC was celebrated in the community last week from July 1 to 5.

Monday started with a 'walk with us, together as one' walk from the helicopter to the Bogan Shire Council chamber when a yarning circle was formed for the opening ceremony.

Raylene Weldon led our community in Acknowledgement to Country, encouraging everyone to speak it in Ngiyampaa- Wongaibon language, which is being taught in our school.

Guest Speakers Roy Ah-See former NSWALC chairperson spoke about his life and the opportunities he has had to speak on behalf of Aboriginal people. How he made choice in life that would be better for his and his families future.

Other guest speaker were Kristy Neill from Nyngan Public School P&C and Neralie Quarmby from Nyngan High School P&C both ladies spoke about how working together brings unity and strength for the education of all children and our community

Students from Nyngan High, Nyngan Public, St Joseph's Primary, Hermidale and Girilambone had students speak about the theme of NAIDOC and what it means to them.

Mr Charles Dwyer the Director of Education spoke about the importance of us coming together, and Mayor Ray Donald spoke about us as one community, and how we move forward as one community.

Tiarna Stafford Nyngan High School Teacher choreographed and a powerful dance from the student of our local schools about coming together for ceremonies.

The flag was raised by an Elder Uncle Tommy Ryan, who has been an advocating for the rights and needs of Aboriginal people for many years and has been volunteering at Nyngan NAIDOC events for many years.

The cake was cut by the board and CEO of Nyngan LALC, for their dedication to the NAIDOC in our community.

After the closing ceremony community was invited to Bogan Shire EarlyRead More – Source

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S&P/ASX 200 rallies 2.16% for its best daily performance this month

S&P/ASX 200 (INDEXASX:XJO) has started the week on a firm note advancing 118 points or 2.16% to 5,615.

The index outperformed the Asian markets which were mixed while US and UK markets are closed due to public holidays.

Several sectors have gained more than 2% with healthcare, consumer discretionary, energy, industrials and IT among them.

As lockdown restrictions are slowly being lifted in different states, travel retailer stocks have surged with Flight Centre (ASX:FLT) up 15% and Webjet (ASX:WEB) gaining 16%.

The miners managed healthy gains with BHP Group Ltd (ASX:BHP) rising 1.28% and Rio Tinto Limited (ASX:RIO) up 1.29%. Fortescue Metals Group Limited (ASX:FMG) rose 1.91%.

There were multiple stocks rising more than 10% including Great Southern Mining Ltd (ASX:GSN) (+14.29%), Polarx Ltd (ASX:PXX) (+27.59%), Moho Resources Lt, (ASX:MOH) (+10.29%), Nanoveu Ltd, (ASX:NVU) (+29.41%), Kin Mining NL (ASX:KIN) (+11.54%), Volt Resources Ltd (ASX:VRC) (+33.33%), Strategic Elements Ltd ..

S&P/ASX 200 (INDEXASX:XJO) has started the week on a firm note advancing 118 points or 2.16% to 5,615.

The index outperformed the Asian markets which were mixed while US and UK markets are closed due to public holidays.

Several sectors have gained more than 2% with healthcare, consumer discretionary, energy, industrials and IT among them.

As lockdown restrictions are slowly being lifted in different states, travel retailer stocks have surged with Flight Centre (ASX:FLT) up 15% and Webjet (ASX:WEB) gaining 16%.

The miners managed healthy gains with BHP Group Ltd (ASX:BHP) rising 1.28% and Rio Tinto Limited (ASX:RIO) up 1.29%. Fortescue Metals Group Limited (ASX:FMG) rose 1.91%.

There were multiple stocks rising more than 10% including Great Southern Mining Ltd (ASX:GSN) (+14.29%), Polarx Ltd (ASX:PXX) (+27.59%), Moho Resources Lt, (ASX:MOH) (+10.29%), Nanoveu Ltd, (ASX:NVU) (+29.41%), Kin Mining NL (ASX:KIN) (+11.54%), Volt Resources Ltd (ASX:VRC) (+33.33%), Strategic Elements Ltd (ASX:SOR) (11.11%), PNX Metals Ltd (ASX:PNX) (+14.29%), St George Mining Ltd (ASX:SGQ) (+12.36%), Castillo Copper Ltd (ASX:CCZ) (+26.32%), Chase Mining Corporation Ltd (ASX:CML) (13.33%), Aeris Resources Ltd (ASX:AIS) (+16.28%), Argosy Minerals Limited (ASX:AGY) (+12.28%), Alice Queen Ltd (ASX:AQX) (+16.67%), Archer Materials Ltd (ASX:AXE) (+29.91%), Broken Hill Prospecting Ltd (ASX:BPL) (+27.78%), European Lithium Ltd (ASX:EUR) (+13.79%) Australian Mines Limited (ASX:AUZ) (+11.11%).

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Archer Materials a market mover with shares up as much as 35% to record high


Archer Materials Ltd (ASX:AXE) is a strong ASX market mover today with shares up as much as 35% on the previous close to a new record high of 78 cents. The previous all-time high was 45 cents on May 1, 2012. Archer has been performing well this month on the back of strong newsflow with shares up from 18 cents on May 1 and a market cap of approximately $114.1 million.

Nanoveu shares surge as antiviral technology independently validated against human coronaviruses


Nanoveu Ltd (ASX:NVU) has more than doubled on receiving further successful independent testing of its antiviral technology against the human transmitted coronavirus strain OC43 by Bioscience Laboratories, at its testing facility in Montana, USA. Testing involved placing a solution containing OC43 strain coronaviruses on a thin film containing the antiviral technology. The company's antiviral protectors protect smartphone and tablet users from viruses and bacteria.

TNT Mines to acquire high-grade US uranium project as the metal price rallies 36% year to date


TNT Mines Ltd (ASX:TIN) has entered into a binding agreement to acquire Vanacorp Aust Pty Ltd which owns the East Canyon Uranium-Vanadium Project in Utah, US. The project comprises 200 unpatented lode claims prospective for uranium and vanadium in the Dry Valley/East Canyon mRead More – Source

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Archer Materials a market mover with shares up as much as 35% to record high

Archer Materials Ltd (ASX:AXE) is a strong ASX market mover today with shares up as much as 35% on the previous close to a new record high of 78 cents.

The previous all-time high was 45 cents on May 1, 2012.

Archer has been performing well this month on the back of strong newsflow with shares up from 18 cents on May 1 and a market cap of approximately $114.1 million.

Strong volumes[hhmc]
Trading volumes have also been high with more than 92 million shares traded so far this month compared to a daily average below 1 million for the previous three months.

The announcement on May 5 of an agreement with International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) to work together on advancing quantum computing saw more than 20 million shares traded on that day and shares more than doubling to a new 8-year high of 38 cents.

Collaborating with IBM[hhmc]
As part of this agreement, Archer is now a member of the IBM Q Network and associated IBM Quantum Experience for Business program.

Archer is..

Archer Materials Ltd (ASX:AXE) is a strong ASX market mover today with shares up as much as 35% on the previous close to a new record high of 78 cents.

The previous all-time high was 45 cents on May 1, 2012.

Archer has been performing well this month on the back of strong newsflow with shares up from 18 cents on May 1 and a market cap of approximately $114.1 million.

Strong volumes


Trading volumes have also been high with more than 92 million shares traded so far this month compared to a daily average below 1 million for the previous three months.

The announcement on May 5 of an agreement with International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) to work together on advancing quantum computing saw more than 20 million shares traded on that day and shares more than doubling to a new 8-year high of 38 cents.

Collaborating with IBM


As part of this agreement, Archer is now a member of the IBM Q Network and associated IBM Quantum Experience for Business program.

Archer is the first Australian company developing a quantum computing processor and hardware to join the invitation-only, IBM Q Network.

Archer CEO Dr Mohammad Choucair said: “We are the first Australian company building a quantum chip to join into the global IBM Q Network as an ecosystem partner, a group of the very best organisations at the forefront of quantum computing.

“Ultimately, we want Australian businesses and consumers to be one of the first beneficiaries of this exciting technology, and now that we are collaborating with IBM, it greatly increases our chances of success.

“We look forward to working with IBM and members of the network to address the most fundamental challenges to the wide-scale adoption of quantum computing, using our potentially complementary technologies as starting points.”

Patent application proceeds


Also, this month shares rose on news that a licensed European Patent (EP) application filed under the Patent Cooperation Treaty for AXEs 12CQ quantum computing chip materials technologyRead More – Source

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Nanoveu shares surge as antiviral technology independently validated against human coronaviruses

Nanoveu Ltd (ASX:NVU) has more than doubled on receiving further successful independent testing of its antiviral technology against the human transmitted coronavirus strain OC43 by Bioscience Laboratories, at its testing facility in Montana, USA.

Testing involved placing a solution containing OC43 strain coronaviruses on a thin film containing the antiviral technology.

The company's antiviral protectors protect smartphone and tablet users from viruses and bacteria.

Betacoronavirus targeted[hhmc]
In line with Nanoveus testing of the MHV-A59 strain, which demonstrated 90% elimination of the virus in just 10 minutes, this recent research on the OC43 strain has targeted a betacoronavirus, which are single-stranded RNA viruses emerging from animals and are typically associated with respiratory ailments.

SARS, MERS, and COVID-19 are all forms of betacoronavirus.

Shares have been as much as 106% higher to 17.5 cents intra-day and are well up from 2.5 cents at close on April 2.

“Str..

Nanoveu Ltd (ASX:NVU) has more than doubled on receiving further successful independent testing of its antiviral technology against the human transmitted coronavirus strain OC43 by Bioscience Laboratories, at its testing facility in Montana, USA.

Testing involved placing a solution containing OC43 strain coronaviruses on a thin film containing the antiviral technology.

The company's antiviral protectors protect smartphone and tablet users from viruses and bacteria.

Betacoronavirus targeted


In line with Nanoveus testing of the MHV-A59 strain, which demonstrated 90% elimination of the virus in just 10 minutes, this recent research on the OC43 strain has targeted a betacoronavirus, which are single-stranded RNA viruses emerging from animals and are typically associated with respiratory ailments.

SARS, MERS, and COVID-19 are all forms of betacoronavirus.

Shares have been as much as 106% higher to 17.5 cents intra-day and are well up from 2.5 cents at close on April 2.

“Strong validation”


Nanoveu executive chairman and CEO Alfred Chong said: “Nanoveu has again received a strong validation from further independent testing of its antiviral technology, which has all but eradicated the coronavirus in half an hour.

“It is particularly pleasing to see that the antiviral technology is not only proven as an effective agent at killing certain strands of coronaviruses but is highly successful at killing viruses capable of infecting humans.

“Given the strong public health focus on COVID-19, these test results represent fantastic news for Nanoveu as well as to the broader population and I am proud to say we are another step closer to providing safer devices for all digital screen users.”

TGA submission


With the completion of the Bioscience Labs testing, Nanoveu now possesses multiple independent research results demonstrating the effectiveness of its antiviral technology against pathogenic betacoronaviruses affecting animals, as well as humans.

These test results wiRead More – Source

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