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Stories | 10 Aug 2016

Rugby league teams from around Far North Queensland gathered in Laura on Sunday 10 July to celebrate NAIDOC and play footy against each other and a team of soldiers.

Stories | 8 Aug 2016

Dion Beasley is a talented Tennant Creek artist and author of two children’s books, who can move around his community thanks to the National Disability Insurance Scheme

Amata Fun Run Champions from left: Elesoar Pan, Hannah Lewis, Evan Windy (front) and Sharon Dingamam (c) Geoff Pryor
Stories | 2 Aug 2016

Four young runners from Amata in South Australia enjoyed an exciting and inspiring weekend, giving 100 per cent representing their community at the National Deadly Fun Run Championships in Yulara, Northern Territory.

Apunipima Cape York Health Council Maternal and Child Health midwife Lisa Smith (left) and diabetes nurse educator Cath Dowey with Tammy Conrad (centre) discuss healthy eating over some art and craft activities.
Stories | 11 May 2016

Apunipima Cape York Health Council held a gathering for World Health Day in the remote community of Pormpuraaw, Cape York to educate women on how they can be part of prevention and management of diabetes, the chronic disease prevalent in Cape York communities.

Stories | 29 Apr 2016

Congratulations to everyone chosen in the Indigenous Marathon Project’s 2016 squad, who are in training for the New York Marathon later this year. Many squad members were inspired by 2014 IMP graduate Elsie Seriat from the Torres Strait.

IBA Home Loans family
Stories | 1 Apr 2016

Indigenous Business Australia has introduced the Remote Indigenous Home Loan (RIHL), designed to help Indigenous people in remote Australia achieve the dream of owning their own home.

Alistair Ferguson Bourke elder
Stories | 31 Mar 2016

Thanks to local elder, the remote New South Wales town of Bourke is seeing a reduction in their crime rate.

Optometrist Luke Arkapaw performing an eye check on an Indigenous woman
Stories | 10 Feb 2016

People in remote communities are enjoying better eye healthcare thanks to the eye health team from the Brien Holden Vision Institute.

Image of a flag with the title 'mental health expo'
Stories | 28 Jan 2016

The remote Northern Territory community of Nauiyu is tackling mental health issues face on, organising a sports day that got adults together to openly talk about mental health.  

Anglicare’s community services manager, Kristy Daley
Stories | 13 Jan 2016

Anglicare’s Youth at Risk program is helping Aboriginal youth in Wagga Wagga develop life goals leading to a stable and more secure future.

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