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Stories | 6 Dec 2013

Proud Kalkadoon man and father of three, Sam Raciti is achieving great things in his community, both personally and professionally.

Lex Bowen and Doreen Rankine show-off their artwork at the Indigenous Knowledge and Technology Centre, Hope Vale, QLD.
Stories | 1 Nov 2013

In Hopevale, the Indigenous Knowledge and Technology Centre has become a window to the world for the small, far north Queensland community. See more in the video story.

Stories | 21 Oct 2013

With support from Gateway Community Health’s Positive Parenting programme, Aboriginal man Samuel* is getting his life back on track.

Children from the Yarrabah State School Dance Troupe performing in Cairns.
Stories | 25 Jul 2013

National Aboriginal and Islander Children's Day, recognised on Sunday 4 August, honours and celebrates the importance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children within family and community.

Hands typing on computer keyboard
Stories | 25 Jun 2013

Charles Darwin University is taking a new teaching approach to help their Indigenous students in reaching their full potential.

Stories | 11 Jun 2013

Education is a big priority for Hermannsburg community. In part two of our Newslines Radio special feature, community members talk about why school is so important and how Australian Government funded programs like the National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy’s ARMtour are helping to make school a fun place to be.

Stories | 17 May 2013

The Nar-un-bah and Thou Walla Engaging Aboriginal Fathers Project helps fathers, uncles, grandfathers and significant male figures to connect in culturally rich, positive ways with the children in their families.

Schoolkids Bonus recipient Margo Hynes and her two granddaughters, Kiesha and Natasha.
Stories | 13 May 2013

Margo, a Barkindji woman from around Wilcannia in western New South Wales, is the girls’ full-time carer. This year, Kiesha, 12, joined her sister Natasha, 14, at high school.

Find Your Science Hero project participant Kiara Barker.
Stories | 24 Apr 2013

Questacon’s Find Your Science Hero project is building a love of science among young Indigenous students.

Keisha (back right) and her daughters Aleisha, Lacey and Shayla with QYS Young Parents Program coordinator Ruth Martin.
Stories | 19 Apr 2013

Life’s journey has not always been an easy one for Keisha, partner Shane and her three daughters, Aleisha, Lacey and Shayla. So in the latter part of 2009, they decided to relocate from Brisbane to Townsville, hoping to create a more stable future for the family, with better employment opportunities.