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Stories | 18 Jun 2012

Are you looking for a government career? The Australian Public Service Commission is calling for applications for it’s 2013 Australian Public Service (APS) Indigenous Pathways Programs for Indigenous Graduates, Cadets and Trainees.

Verdell Morris
Stories | 18 Jun 2012

Indigenous adults are improving their reading and writing skills.

The Australian dream of owning your own home can seem impossible for many but for Naomi and John Bonson of Darwin, it is now a reality – with a little help from Indigenous Business Australia (IBA).
Stories | 13 Jun 2012

The Australian dream of owning your own home can seem impossible for many but for Naomi and John Bonson of Darwin, it is now a reality – with a little help from Indigenous Business Australia (IBA).

Torres Strait woman Sandra Pilot
Stories | 11 Jun 2012

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Indigenous Australians winning the right to vote in Federal elections.

Stories | 8 Jun 2012

The Australian Government has announced it will drive reforms to the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) to ensure a sustainable and fair native title system that creates economic and social opportunities for Indigenous Australians.

Stories | 5 Jun 2012

Wadeye Magic looks back at the past history of the community, its love of football and provides a visual account of positive changes in Wadeye as result of the AFL Remote Regional Development Program.

Stories | 4 Jun 2012

The Amata Early Childhood Learning Centre (ECLC) established within the Amata School grounds in late 2012, now runs a playgroup for 0-3 year olds, three times per week.

Justin Mogridge from South Australia participated in the Port Augusta consultation on the new National Anti-Racism Strategy.
Stories | 4 Jun 2012

Talking about reducing racism and the new National Anti-Racism Strategy.

Eddie Mabo
Stories | 1 Jun 2012

On 3 June 2012, Australians will commemorate Mabo Day, marking the twentieth anniversary of the historic Mabo decision.

Twenty-year-old Larrakia woman Nateesha Collins from Darwin at the Youth Parliament in Canberra.
Stories | 1 Jun 2012

Fifty young Indigenous future leaders return to their communities this week armed with new knowledge and skills from the first ever National Indigenous Youth Parliament.The team of six representatives from each state and territory, plus two people from the Torres Strait, spent a week in Canberra to experience the national political process and learn valuable leadership skills.

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