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Roberta Kalinic with her children Curtisha and Develliers, and Robinson River Crèche coordinator Bertha Cochran.
Stories | 3 Apr 2013

The Robinson River Crèche, operated by Mungoorbada Aboriginal Corporation, is helping to change the lives of families in the remote Northern Territory Indigenous community.

Yana Ross shares her career aspirations at a Black and Deadly workshop on the Gold Coast, QLD.
Stories | 2 Apr 2013

Black and Deadly is a series of regular workshops and gatherings for Indigenous female students aged 13 to 18 who are at risk of disengaging from Queensland Gold Coast schools.

SDN Redfern Koori workers Kayeleigh Smith (left) and Judy Jarrett (right) with Judy’s grandson Manduman, who is enrolled in the SDN preschool program.
Stories | 21 Mar 2013

More and more Aboriginal families from Redfern in Sydney are sending their children to the local SDN Children’s Education and Care Centre to make sure they get the early education they need.

Jacinta Price and Yamba the honey ant, from Imparja’s Television’s preschool program Yamba’s Playtime.
Stories | 19 Mar 2013

Early childhood education is essential for all Australian children to ensure they get the very best start in life.

Kyleesha Boah receives a dental check-up at Mackay Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service.
Stories | 11 Mar 2013

Ensuring mothers and babies get the best care possible is something the Women’s Team at the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service (ATSICHS) in Mackay, Queensland prides itself on.

Frank Watt, Cajun Darby and Nanette Wilson-Watt at Mornington Island State School.
Stories | 4 Mar 2013

For the Mornington Island community in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland, encouraging students to attend school has sometimes been a struggle, but a new community approach is making all the difference.

Stories | 22 Feb 2013

High quality early childhood education and care is accessible for most Australians, but for many parents inhabiting islands scattered across 48,000 square kilometres in the Torres Strait, this has not always been the case.

Premier Lara Giddings and member for Lyons Dick Adams at the opening of Tagari Lia Child and Family Centre, TAS.
Stories | 11 Feb 2013

The Tagari lia Children and Family Centre in Tasmania is making a real difference to local children and their families.

Early learning fun at La Grange Remote Community School, Bidyadanga, WA
Stories | 8 Feb 2013

Extra hours of Government-funded kindergarten for all children in the Bidyadanga community has been good news for La Grange Remote Community School, located 180km south of Broome.

Walgett students
Stories | 7 Feb 2013

This Newslines Radio program is part of this month’s community profile featuring the Walgett community and their work to Close the Gap in Indigenous disadvantage.

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