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Many Indigenous youth in front of Parliament House
Stories | 12 Dec 2014

A new video has been released highlighting the experiences of fifty young Indigenous people aged 16 to 25 years who participated in the second-ever National Indigenous Youth Parliament.

Group shot of Category A winner: Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation
Stories | 31 Oct 2014

2014 Indigenous Governance Awards winners, Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation from Alice Springs and Swan Hill’s The Marruk Project were presented with their Awards in Melbourne.

Student participating in the Spreading the Message project
Stories | 24 Sep 2014

Relationships between young Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people have been strengthened by a unique sharing of experiences and stories through Aboriginal art at a Geelong school.

Wes Miller of APONT.
Stories | 21 Jul 2014

Across Australia, Indigenous organisations are often the lifeblood of their communities, providing vital services and employment for locals. So it’s crucial they are well run and their management understands the opportunities and risks they may face.

Stories | 17 Jul 2014

Proud Kalkadoon artist, Chern’ee Sutton, was a joint winner of the National NAIDOC Youth of the Year Award announced at the NAIDOC Awards ceremony held on the Gold Coast  on Friday 11 July.

The Aboriginal Interpreter Service’s Derek Hunt at the Darwin ABC studios recording a news bulletin in Yolngu Matha.
Stories | 9 Jul 2014

On 1 July, the ABC launched a trial Indigenous Language News Service in the Northern Territory, providing daily radio news bulletins in two Aboriginal languages, Warlpiri and Yolngu Matha.

Evelyna Dhamarrandji (second from right), her partner Tyrese Dhurrkay (second from left) and their children, with the Indigenous Marathon Project’s Nadine Hunt and Robert de Castella.
Stories | 11 Jun 2014

A Yolngu woman from Galiwin'ku on remote Elcho Island, Evelyna Dhamarrandji made news in April when she won the Health and Wellbeing Award at the recent National Youth Awards in Canberra.

Kimberley Girl 2013 finalists.
Stories | 1 Apr 2014

More than 800 people attended the catwalk show at the Goolarri Amphitheatre in Broome for the tenth Kimberley Girl competition, created to support leadership and self-confidence among Indigenous girls in the region.

Beagle Bay Store’s new managers, Steve and Kerry Clayton.
Stories | 18 Mar 2014

Beagle Bay Store on the Dampier Peninsula of Western Australia is under new management, providing employment opportunities and a bigger variety of fresh food for the local community.

Representatives from SNAICC with judges at the 2012 Indigenous Governance Awards.
Stories | 3 Mar 2014

Applications are now open for the 2014 Indigenous Governance Awards, which judging panel chair Professor Mick Dodson said are an important way to recognise self-determination in communities.

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