Island & CapeWith over 40 years of experience in remote retail, Island & Cape offers these communities and Islands a great range of groceries, dairy, meat, fresh fruit and vegetables, general merchandise and clothing. With sophisticated systems and procedures, Island & Cape run successful remote stores with the assistance of the latest technology. Island & Cape can also offer our experience to other communities, from IT support, to management relief, operational support, mentoring, and training. Island & Cape is financially independent and is not reliant on external funding or subsidies. This allows the company to determine its own direction and development. Work with us to create a better future in our communities About Island & Cape Island & Cape Stores Our Board Media Releases Contact Our Services Retail Island & Cape Island & Cape Board The Island and Cape Board meets quarterly to discuss all of the business's Strategic Plan and financials. Our Board is made up of experienced business Directors and those, especially with a focus on Retail Operations. The Island and Cape Board also has community members and they're nominated by a unanimous board vote. If you'd like to view the "Directors Duties and Code of Conduct" (which each of our Board Representatives agrees to abide by upon their appointment to the Board) please click here. Micky Wunungmurra (Chairperson) Mr. Wunungmurra, who is a respected leader from Gapuwiyak in Arnhem Land, brings a wealth of cross-cultural knowledge and is passionate about operating sustainable businesses while creating jobs, training, and health and wellbeing across all Indigenous communities and not just Arnhem Land. He says he wants to continue to make sure that we work with local people of the communities that we operate in and that it’s a real partnership and we always seek their input and are guided by them not the other way around. Alastair King Becoming CEO of ALPA in 1999 he has been an integral part in developing ALPA as a small retail business, to today, becoming the largest Independent Aboriginal Corporation in the country. Mr. King is a proven leader and is known for his integrity and vision to deliver positive outcomes for Yolngu communities under the direction of our Board of Directors. Mayor Kerri Tamwoy Aurukun Shire Council Mayor, Keri Tamwoy, follows proudly in the footsteps of her late mother Alison Woolla, a dynamic reform leader and the first female to serve as Mayor of Aurukun from 1983 to 1985 and 1991 to 1994. She has joined the Island Cape Board to help assure food security for her community and also assist in maintaining employment opportunities in Aurukun.