Old newspaper photo of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander men standing and dressed in coats and trousers overlaid with orange panel with following words: National Reconciliation Week 2018 27 May – 3 June #NRW2018 reconciliation.org.au

National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is celebrated across Australia each year between 27 May and 3 June and is an opportunity for all Australians to...

Three Aboriginal women stand behind a table covered in handmade products including necklaces and earrings. Behind them are posters with the words Gillawarra Arts on one and Gift of Our E on the other.

Krystal Hurst is preserving and sharing her culture through Gillawarra Arts, a Canberra based business that creates jewellery from mainly natural...

6 adults (2 female and 4 male / 3 Aboriginal) dressed in blue shirts featuring Indigenous designs stand in front of a white car on grass with trees in the background.

To celebrate their new swimming qualifications, three youths from Port Hedland decided to swim across Australia’s second largest freshwater man-...

Photo of a young woman, Kirsten Banks, looking up at the sky next to a telescope.

Rich astronomical knowledge that dates back over 65,000 years runs through our veins. We should embrace it. Why? Because we are the first...

The colourful tarmunggie – Woman poster will be used to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2018.

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