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Three men sit on the fence at El Questro Station in the Kimberley
Stories | 15 Aug 2016

East Kimberley Job Pathways are running an industry skills programme training Indigenous people to be stockmen in the large pastoral industry in the Kimberley.

Stories | 29 Jul 2016

The inaugural three day Ninu Festival held in Kiwirrkurra, Western Australia, brought together Indigenous rangers, scientists, conservation organisations and government representatives to discuss all things bilbies.

Stories | 22 Jul 2016

A forum for Indigenous Rangers and their partner agencies recently held in East Arnhem Land highlighted how important sharing ideas, knowledge and stories are for Caring for Country.

James Taylor smiles at the camera
Stories | 15 Jul 2016

The Evergreen Program. Managed by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), offers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people like James Taylor an opportunity to gain a rewarding career in the Australian public service.

Stories | 1 Jul 2016

Sonya Pearce, a Gooreng Gooreng woman from Brisbane, who resides in Sydney, is the first Indigenous woman to receive a PhD in entrepreneurship.

Stories | 29 Jun 2016

Through controlled burnings, the Jawoyn Rangers of the Northern Territory are keeping country pristine and raising funds from carbon offsets.  

Stories | 24 Jun 2016

Nearly 40 years after lodging their claim over the Kenbi area near Darwin, the Traditional Owners have finally had their land officially handed back to them.

Stories | 21 Jun 2016

The exhibition of the 2016 Working on Country Photography Competition launched today at the Australian National Botanic Gardens. The winning photograph, by the Djelk Ranger group from Maningrida in central Arnhem Land, shows Traditional Owner Leila Nimbadja sharing conservation knowledge with the Djelk Women Rangers.

Stories | 15 Jun 2016

The town of Laura in Far North Queensland will be getting better infrastructure and health services due to the arrival of around 200 soldiers and subcontract workers, as part of the Aboriginal Army Community Assistance Programme. 

Stories | 8 Jun 2016

Twenty Indigenous Australians are achieving their employment dreams through the North Queensland Cowboys' Dream, Believe, Achieve hospitality training program.

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