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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!

A group photograph of eight members of the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA).
Stories | 8 Feb 2017

The North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) is providing high quality, accessible and culturally relevant support to Indigenous prisoners and juvenile detainees at the Darwin Correctional Centre and Don Dale Juvenile Detention Centre, from initial contact with correctional services until successful reintegration with the community.

Indigenous male holding a medal.
Stories | 30 Nov 2016

Zibeon Fielding of Mimili in the APY Lands was part of a group of twelve Indigenous men and women, members of the Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP), who ran the 2016 New York Marathon. Prior to the founding of the IMP, no Indigenous man or woman had completed any major international marathon. Today Australia has 65 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander international marathoners.

Indigenous woman sitting in a wheel chair.
Stories | 24 Nov 2016

Stella, a proud Indigenous woman born and raised in Alice Springs, is the face of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Tennant Creek.

Amata youth and leaders finding strength and re-connecting with their culture on country in the Musgrave Ranges
Stories | 6 Oct 2016

Over 20 participants in the Community Development Programme have contributed to a successful three day walk through the Musgrave Ranges. The 30 kilometre walk had a positive impact on the young men from the community of Amata as well as the Community Elders and Anangu Mentors who taught and bonded with them.

Dr Peta Miller (Safe Work Australia), Paul Augustin and Thomas Amagula (Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation) at the Safety in Action conference in Sydney
Stories | 5 Oct 2016

The Dhimurru Rangers of eastern Arnhem Land manage a beautiful yet dangerous land and seascape and in order to remain healthy and safe, have devised Work Health and Safety practices which include the Yolngu concepts of Raypirri, Djaka and Ralpa.

Melvin Malbunka, Chairperson of the Mount Liebig Local Authority
Stories | 23 Sep 2016

Remote Mount Liebig community in central Australia was awarded a Special Commendation in the Australian Tidy Towns competition. 

CEPO First Class Constable Shane Blanchard holds a baby kangaroo
Stories | 14 Sep 2016

In remote Northern Territory communities, Community Engagement Police Officers (CEPOs) like First Class Constable Shane Blanchard provide a vital link in the process of building close relationships between locals and the police.

Five young Indigenous children sit on the dirt ground in front of two adults holding clean up bags
Stories | 31 Aug 2016

It was all hand on deck earlier this year when the Soapy Bore community participated in a Clean-Up Australia Day event to help make the community cleaner and safer.

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