Funds for the Vibe Project will be directed to the Australian Government’s programs that deliver front line services from 1 July 2014. We are currently in a transition arrangement.
Everyone at Vibe is extremely proud and humbled by the work we do on behalf of the community and of the support we receive from community, and the wider Australian public. This announcement is made in good faith to inform you of the current situation.
Each year the Deadlys reflects ‘the year that was’ in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia, highlighting the best Indigenous talent and achievement across music, sport, the arts, and community. Australian boxer and former world champion Daniel Geale won the 2013 Deadly for Male Sportsperson of the Year. Photo: Ben Symons With less than two […]
This September will mark 20 years of the Deadly Awards® acknowledging, celebrating, and awarding our trailblazers, leaders, and innovators past, present, and future for excellence in music, sport, the arts, health, education and community. Twenty years of bringing the community together in recognition, and hosting goose-bump inducing performances. With the performances being a highlight of […]
She’s entered Deadly Dressed four times, three of which she was successful, but she hasn’t won yet. Will 2014, the 20th year of the Deadlys, be Caressa Sengstock’s lucky year? Now in its fifth year, the Gumbayngirr woman has been entering the Deadly Dressed competition since it first began. Despite not being selected one year, […]
National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander
Music, Sport, Entertainment & Community Awards
The 2014 Deadly Awards will be held at the iconic Sydney Opera House on Tuesday the 30th of September 2014.