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The Tiwi people, properly Tunuvivi, are one of the many Indigenous groups of Australia. Nearly 2,000 Tiwi live in the Bathurst and Melville Islands, which make up the Tiwi Islands. The Tiwi Islanders are known for music, art and athletics. The stolen generation saw many indigenous people brought to the Tiwi Islands but not of direct Tiwi descent. The Tiwi population is around 2000.
Tiwi is an Australian Aboriginal language spoken by the Tiwi people on the Tiwi Islands, within sight of the coast of northern Australia. It is one of about 10% of Australian languages still being learned by children.
Tiwi,, is a 1st class municipality in the Province of Albay, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 53,120 people.
Tiwi is a small settlement and beach resort in Kenya. It is located north of Diani Beach, and is approximately 17 kilometres (11 mi) south of Mombasa. The area is served by Ukunda Airport, and is on the A14 road. Matatus to Diani serve the area, via the Likoni Ferry and Mombasa Island.
Ṭīwī is a town in Oman. It is known for an archaeological site in the area known as al-Jurayf, in Ṣūr Wilayat Sharqiyah. The town and the site are located between Wadi Shab and Wadi Tiwi on the Gulf of Oman.
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Albay is a province located in the Bicol Region in southeastern Luzon of the Philippines.
Melville Island, known in the Tiwi language as Yermalner, is an island in the eastern Timor Sea, off the coast of the Northern Territory, Australia. It is west of the Cobourg Peninsula in Arnhem Land and north of Darwin, with a tropical climate.
Bathurst Island is one of the Tiwi Islands in the Northern Territory off the northern coast of Australia along with Melville Island.
The Tiwi Islands are part of the Northern Territory, Australia, 80 km to the north of Darwin where the Arafura Sea joins the Timor Sea. They comprise Melville Island, Bathurst Island, and nine smaller uninhabited islands, with a combined area of 8,320 square kilometres (3,212 sq mi).
The Northern Land Council (NLC) is in the Top End of the Northern Territory of Australia. It has its origins in the struggle of Australian Aboriginal people for rights to fair wages and land. This included the strike and walk off by the Gurindji people at Wave Hill, cattle station in 1966. The head office is located in Darwin. It was established in 1973.
The Northern Territory Football League (NTFL) is an Australian rules football semi-professional league operating in Darwin in the Northern Territory.
Severe Tropical Cyclone Thelma was a tropical cyclone that affected northern Australia from 6 December 1998 until 12 December 1998. Cyclone Thelma was one of the most intense tropical cyclones to be observed off the coast of Australia. Thelma formed in the Arafura Sea north of the Northern Territory while intensifying rapidly into a Category 5 cyclone, passing very near the Tiwi Islands and posing a severe threat to Darwin, but passed by at a distance of 200 km (120 mi). It then moved across the Timor Sea before hitting the north Kimberley coast. Thelma was the first known Category 5 cyclone to be observed in the Timor Sea, and was also the most intense cyclone to threaten Darwin since Cyclone Tracy on Christmas Eve in 1974. Ten months after the storm's passage, the skull of an 81-year-old man, who was believed to have been swept away by flood waters, was discovered.
Australian Football in the Northern Territory has a history dating back to the 1910s and is the most popular sport in the territory, particularly with indigenous Australian communities in Darwin, Alice Springs and the Tiwi Islands.
The Legislative Districts of Albay are the representations of the province of Albay in the various national legislatures of the Philippines. The province is currently represented in the lower house of the Congress of the Philippines through its 1st, 2nd and 3rd Districts.
Fort Dundas was a short-lived British settlement on Melville Island between 1824 and 1828 in what is now the Northern Territory of Australia. It was the first of four British settlement attempts in northern Australia before Goyder's survey and establishment of Palmerston, now known as Darwin.
Tiwi is a northern suburb of the city of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. The suburb is bounded by Trower Road, Henbury Avenue and a coastal strip, separating Casuarina Beach and Lee Point Beach. It is in the Local Government Area of City of Darwin. It is home to Dripstone Middle School.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Legazpi is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church. It constitutes the entire province of Albay in the Philippines.
Hyacinth Gabriel Tungutalum was an Australian politician and the first Indigenous Australian to be elected to a state or territory parliament.
Our Lady of Salvation, also known as Our Lady of Light, is a Catholic title of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The devotion to Our Lady of Salvation is based on a wooden statue of the Virgin Mary that was first venerated in Joroan in the Philippines. The image was canonically crowned by the Catholic Church on 25 August 1976, as the heavenly patroness of the province of Albay.
Fly Tiwi is an Australian airline based in Darwin, Northern Territory, offering scheduled passenger services between the Northern Territory capital and communities located on the Tiwi, South Goulburn and Croker islands, as well as a number of remote Arnhem Land communities. The company is wholly owned by the Hardy Aviation group, Australia's largest general aviation company and was founded in 2008 in association with the Tiwi Land Council and now operates over 50 flights per week between 8 destinations.
Mount Iraya Agta is a Bikol language spoken by a semi-nomadic hunter-gatherer Agta (Negrito) people of the Philippines, east of Lake Buhi in Luzon. It is mutually intelligible with Mount Iriga Agta on the other side of the lake.
Federal and territory government agencies divide the Northern Territory of Australia into different administrative regions of the Northern Territory, though the names and boundaries vary. The federal Bureau of Statistics defines nine 'level 3' statistical areas (SA3s) within the Territory. Four of these – Darwin City, Darwin Suburbs, Palmerston and Litchfield – make up the Darwin metropolitan area and together account for more than half the Territory's population. Outside of the capital are the SA3s of Daly–Tiwi–West Arnhem, East Arnhem, Katherine, Barkly and Alice Springs.