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Four black whales swim in a blue sea with a rocky cliff top in the foreground.
Stories | 12 Oct 2017

Forty seven students from Yalata Anangu School and Oak Valley Anangu School were recently rewarded for their good school attendance with a trip to the Head of Bight, South Australia, for a memorable whale watching experience.

Large group of Indigenous youth and young adults and police officers sit and stand on a lawn in front of a two-storey building.
Stories | 11 Oct 2017

Profound changes are happening in Redfern and surrounding communities due to Clean Slate Without Prejudice, a program designed to motivate and inspire local young people. It introduces discipline into the lives of participants through early morning boxing and martial arts, language lessons and breakfasts, and excursions to Aboriginal cultural sites.

An Aboriginal man in a suit standing in front of a large outdoor metal sculpture.
Stories | 4 Oct 2017

Dharug artist Adam King uses metal in his sculpting to produce unique artwork showcasing his culture. He also sees the opportunity to create jobs for local Aboriginal people.

Graphic tile: Heading Indigenous Procurement Policy – 2-Year Performance Snapshot. Text: The Indigenous Procurement Policy Supports Indigenous economic development. 4,880 contracts. 956 Indigenous businesses, total value around $594 million.
Stories | 29 Sep 2017

The IPP makes it easier for Australian Government agencies to work with Indigenous businesses.

Indigenous man in light coloured shirt stands in front of green tree
Stories | 29 Sep 2017

Working alongside government departments, not-for-profit and community organisations and corporate enterprise, Jason Elsegood and his team at Cross Cultural Consultants empower businesses to create workplaces that promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent.

Group of people sitting under large rock formation. In the foreground is long grass.
Stories | 28 Sep 2017

The black-footed rock-wallaby (warru) was nearing extinction in northern South Australia until the creation of the Warru Recovery Team, made up of Indigenous rangers and scientists. The recent release of 25 warru into the wild comes at the end of intensive breeding, preservation and feral predator control.

Three Aboriginal ladies sitting on the ground outside and surrounded by purple flowers.
Stories | 26 Sep 2017

The Spinifex Rangers are based in one of Australia’s most remote communities and recently won the Western Australian Indigenous Landcare Award for following both traditional land care practices and fresh responses to new environmental threats.

Woman on left in white shirt and black jacket, tall man on righ with black polo shirt.
Stories | 22 Sep 2017

Indigenous businesses are benefiting from Supply Nation, helping them connect to corporate and government buyers.

Four adults stand in a row: woman in yellow top, woman in white and black dress, man in tuxedo and woman in black top and black and white mottled skirt. All wear glasses and stand in front of a two toned wall.
Stories | 21 Sep 2017

The winners of the Chief Executive Women Indigenous scholarship will travel to Singapore to participate in the Leading for Results program at INSEAD, a prestigious business school.

Man with moustache and goatee beard wearing glasses, a blue shirt and dark blue suit stands in front of green foliage.
Stories | 21 Sep 2017

Indigenous owned ICT business Gulanga, is becoming a strong competitor in the industry, bringing together the world’s oldest continuing culture, with some of the world’s newest technology with help from the Australian Government’s Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP).

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