On Apr. 13th, KAI starts its 2015 land development work in Goomig.
KAI welcomes The Hon. Bronwyn Bishop, Speaker of the House of Representatives on Apr. 14th.
The Premier and Ministers toured KAI farmland under development and D4 office.
Premier Colin Barnett and Regional Development Minister Terry Redman witnessed the signing of an Aboriginal Development package between MG Corporation and Kimberley Agricultural Investment.
The ADP signed on 27th Oct 2014 covers the 6000ha Knox Plains site and is worth about $9 million to the Miriwung Gajerrong. It includes cash, employment and joint venture opportunities.
These are vip guests who sat at our table on the amazing night of Kimberley Moon Concert.
Some KAI's guests have a tour to Lake Argle. The source of water in our land.
We have cleared one third of Goomig land since last year. And we are doing earthmoving work in mean time. Looking forward to develop all Goomig land this year.
Every year KAI would send some outstanding staff to China for travelling. There are 4 nominee (two of them won't go because of delay in getting passport) in the year of 2013.
Shanghai Zhongfu has bought Kununurra Country Club aiming to develop the best place for local people and tourists.
This is the end of 2013 work. Wet season is coming.
The Our Living Land exhibition was a collection of 41 paintings by 24 artists from Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, and the Warmun and Kira Kiro Art Centres.
The channel is part of a $322million State Government investment - including $311million through Royalties for Regions - to deliver key infrastructure for the second stage of the Ord Irrigation Scheme and to service future expansion into the Northern Territory.
Kimberley Agricultural Investment (KAI) is the proponent to lease and create 13,400ha of irrigated farmland as part of the Ord-East Kimberley Expansion Project.
Land will be leased to KAI for terms ranging from 10 to 50 years with options for a 25-year extension, subject to performance.