Nearly 200 people from Indigenous media organisations across Australia recently converged on the central desert community of Ntaria (Hermannsburg) for the 15th annual Remote Indigenous Media Festival.
The Federal Government has commissioned a review of Indigenous training and employment programmes.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott said the Government was committed to boosting job opportunities for Indigenous Australians.
The Yolngu people of north-east Arnhem Land have a strong vision for tourism and are welcoming visitors to gain a first-hand insight into Yolngu culture, through the Lirrwi Yolngu Tourism Aboriginal Corporation.
Training opportunities are key to closing the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous employment. And for a small group of Tennant Creek youth, the proof is in the pudding.
Close to 200 people from remote Indigenous media organisations across Australia will be travelling to Ntaria community (Hermannsburg) next week for the 15th annual Remote Indigenous Media Festival.
The recent World Indigenous Network Conference in Darwin was a major forum for Indigenous land and sea managers to share with each other about their work.
The World Indigenous Network held its first conference in Darwin recently, allowing Indigenous land and sea managers from around the world to share their stories.
The recently constructed Tjuwanpa Women’s Centre has provided a dedicated meeting and learning space for Aboriginal women in the remote Hermannsburg region of the Northern Territory.
It’s tax time again and this year the ATO is celebrating 25 years of Tax Help – a free service that helps people at tax time.
The federal election is fast approaching, so you need to get in quick if you want to take advantage of the job opportunities that will be available to help with polling in your community.
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