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Northern Territory Aboriginal Interpreter Service interpreter Derek Hunt.
Stories | 28 Mar 2013

Communities around Australia have been telling the Australian Government that one of the key issues for Indigenous people is more jobs for our mob.

Geraldine Thimble, who runs the Pride in My Home program on Mornington Island.
Stories | 15 Mar 2013

Geraldine Thimble has become the first member of the remote community of Mornington Island in Queensland to gain employment in the Pride in My Home Program with Save the Children, Australia’s leading independent emergency relief and development organisation for children.

Stories | 26 Nov 2012

The enthusiastic Indigenous Painting Team in Galiwin’ku, Arnhem Land, awake early each morning and put on their brightly coloured uniforms, eager to continue their work painting houses in the community’s new housing subdivision.

Hermannsburg Indigenous Engagement Officer, Edward Rontji with Ntaria school kids Mahalia Moketarinja, Bowen Abbott, Johannas Kantawara & Ashley Lankin
Stories | 1 Nov 2012

Delivering better outcomes for Aboriginal children in remote communities is a key part of the Australian Governments Stronger Futures initiative in the Northern Territory.

Tjuwanpa Resource Centre
Stories | 15 Aug 2012

Community members from the Tjuwanpa Outstations, near Ntaria (Hermannsburg) in the Northern Territory, have welcomed Australian Government funding for essential service deliveries to homelands and outstations over the next ten years, as part of the Australian Government’s Stronger Futures initiative.