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Non-Indigenous man and Aboriginal woman stand in front of white background with young female Indigenous dancers between and in front of them. All are dressed in black and the dancers wear white face paint.
Stories | 5 Dec 2017

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, June Oscar AO will lead the ‘Wiyi Yani U Thangani’ (Women’s Voices) project consulting with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and girls on issues that affect them, their communities and their futures.

Young Aboriginal man in pale blue shirt stands in front of Indigenous artwork displaying dark brown and white animals on a red and yellow background.
Stories | 24 Nov 2017

Rockhampton based Helem Yumba Central Queensland Healing Centre will mark White Ribbon Day by hosting a Community Yarning Circle about violence against women.

Balding man in black t-shirt in foreground with office furniture and windows in the background.
Stories | 14 Sep 2017

Recognised more often as the funny guy on Black Comedy, Steven Oliver turns to a very serious message to share in his other role as an R U OK? Day Ambassador.

A sign reading “Danger Asbestos” attached to a gate with a background of red dirt and dry grass.
Stories | 16 Aug 2017

The Australian Government is funding asbestos eradication projects, including one run in conjunction with the Northern Territory Government to send licensed asbestos removalists to remote communities.

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.

A group of Indigenous people sitting round a table in a meeting room with Indigenous art on the walls and window at one end.
Stories | 31 May 2017

Winner of the 2015 Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Award, the Mornington Island Restorative Justice Project is having a profound effect on the Gulf of Queensland community.

Five Aboriginal people and one non-Aboriginal person are standing in front of a remote airfield. In the background is a small airplane.
Stories | 31 Mar 2017

The Galiwinku Night Patrol team recently went beyond the call of duty, working dusk to dawn seven nights a week helping to contain a recent spike in fuel sniffing within their community.

Three Indigenous women and one Indigenous man stand together outside, at the launch of the Torres Strait and Kaurareg Aboriginal Peoples’ Healing Strategy.
Stories | 14 Mar 2017

The launch of the Torres Strait and Kaurareg Aboriginal Peoples’ Healing Strategy is a vital step towards addressing the colonisation-related trauma affecting Torres Strait communities.

Two Indigenous adult women, one dressed in light grey shirt and holding a child dressed in white clothes, the other in a dark grey shirt.
Stories | 28 Feb 2017

Outcare provides rehabilitation services in Western Australia designed to help people released from prison break the cycle of re-offending - a service which benefits the individual and the entire community.

Seated on a large swing chair, an Indigenous woman dressed in black plays a guitar while an Indigenous man in red top and grey pants plays a large bongo drum.
Stories | 24 Feb 2017

Since joining the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), Tasmanian Kyle Stone, has gone from living in an intensive residential support unit for four years, to living in an ordinary suburban home – and started playing the drums!

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