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Dancer dressed in traditional Torres Strait Islander ceremonial clothing in the foreground with musicians in similar wear in background.
Stories | 3 Jul 2017

Congratulations to all 2017 NAIDOC Award winners.

A woman in a grey dress and colourful tights and a man in white shirt and blue trousers stand in front of a painted fence featuring a face, a bicycle and other designs of blue, green, red, yellow and purple.
Stories | 29 Jun 2017

The outlook for kidney disease sufferers in the Western Desert has improved because of changes to the recruiting process and retention of specialist renal nurses.

Three images in a row, from left to right. Elizabeth – an Aboriginal woman sitting behind a cash register in a store. Kevin – Aboriginal man in a room with a mop and bucket. Joel – Aboriginal man working on a car.
Stories | 28 Jun 2017

Elizabeth, Kevin and Joel live on the small Island of Yurrwi (formally known as Milingimbi). They share their personal stories on their motivation to make positive changes in their lives.

An adult woman and seven Indigenous youth stand or kneel on a lawn. To the left is a building and in the background a canopy. Some of the youth wear paint in traditional patterns and wear traditional clothing while one holds a didgeridoo.
Stories | 27 Jun 2017

Radiant Life College in Innisfail, Far North Queensland has the highest attendance rate of Indigenous students in Queensland, thanks to the inclusion of Indigenous culture in the curriculum, individualised lessons for each student and the school’s values.

An elderly Aboriginal woman in a colourful polo shirt standing outside next to a car.
Stories | 26 Jun 2017

Directors of the Cullunghutti Aboriginal Child and Family Centre in Nowra in the Shoalhaven region of southeastern New South Wales have recently graduated with a Certificate IV in Business (Governance) so they can continue to run Cullunghutti into the future.

On the left, orange wings on black background with letters IPROWD beneath them all on light and dark blue checked background. On the right, a young boy in red and grey coat stands next to woman in police uniform.
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.

Female businesswoman smiling to camera sitting at desk with laptop open
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.

A young Aboriginal man wearing a suit and tie is speaking at a rostrum.
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.

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.

An Indigenous woman dressed in brown dress holds three items of jewellery made from feathers and sticks. In the background are shelves holding painted tins.
Stories | 13 Jun 2017

Monawuy is a CDP participant from Birritjimi in the NT. The CDP has given her the opportunity to learn new skills and in the process, boosted her confidence and sense of independence.

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