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Postcard | 22 Jun 2017

New scholarship opportunity from Chief Executive Women for Indigenous women in management roles.

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Stories | 21 Jun 2017

After years of working in retail, single mum Jodie Reynolds from Western Sydney decided to enrol in the Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way Delivery program. She is now a general duties constable at Maroubra Police Station, Sydney.

Announcements | 20 Jun 2017

Months of concerted effort to secure the future of Darwin’s Kormilda College have paid off with leading Australian school, Haileybury, agreeing to take over the school.

Announcements | 20 Jun 2017

The last surviving member of the original plaintiffs in the historic Mabo court case, Father Dave Passi, passed away last week on Thursday Island.

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Stories | 20 Jun 2017

Funding from the Australian Government will support Inspiring Rare Birds to deliver its Entrepreneur Mentorship Program to female business owners with 100 scholarships available.

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Stories | 20 Jun 2017

Barayamal, the only business accelerator program in Australia specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander entrepreneurs, is helping young Indigenous entrepreneur Phillip Harris turn his business idea into reality.

Announcements | 20 Jun 2017

Federal Indigenous Health Minister Ken Wyatt says a new Network Funding Agreement will streamline the provision of $20 million a year in health service support through the National Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Organisation (NACCHO).

Announcements | 19 Jun 2017

The Coalition Government will provide the Pila Nguru Aboriginal Corporation with more than $580,000 to support the Spinifex Indigenous ranger group in the Goldfields region of Western Australia.

Announcements | 19 Jun 2017

The Coalition Government will provide the Yaburara and Coastal Mardudhunera Aboriginal Corporation with almost $850,000 to establish an ongoing Indigenous ranger team to work on Mardudhunera Country in the western Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Two young Indigenous men dressed in black hoodies stand arm in arm in front of the white pillars of the Australian Parliament House. The text on their jackets read National Indigenous Youth Parliament.
Stories | 16 Jun 2017

Isaiah Dawe and Anthony Turner recently attended the 2017 National Indigenous Youth Parliament where they learned more about government, were inspired by their fellow participants, and debated Indigenous issues they are passionate about.

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