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Beagle Bay community broadcaster Henry Augustine, Dampier Peninsular, WA.
Stories | 27 Sep 2013

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.

Delegates at the World Indigenous Network conference, Darwin, NT.
Stories | 30 Jul 2013

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.

WIN Conference MCs Chaske Spencer and Melissa George.
Stories | 23 Jul 2013

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.

Elfrieda McLean (far right) with some of the women she works with at Tjuwanpa Women’s Centre, just outside of Hermannsburg, NT.
Stories | 9 Jul 2013

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.

Kimberley Money Management staff Martina Kingi, Johannah Kitching and Shannon Ellis, Derby, WA.
Stories | 8 Jul 2013

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.

Stories | 21 Jun 2013

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.

New Future Alliance workers on-site at a house refurbishment in Hermannsburg, NT.
Stories | 16 May 2013

The remote housing program in Hermannsburg, central Australia, is not only improving living conditions, but is also helping to boost local employment in the area.

Indigenous Community Links client Ralph Nabalarua.
Stories | 29 Apr 2013

Knowing where to look for the right services or advice can be a challenge, but with the help of Indigenous Community Links, more Indigenous Australians in urban and regional areas are being connected with the support they need.

Larbagayan traditional owner Darren Sambono carrying out a controlled cool season burn on Fish River, NT.
Stories | 22 Apr 2013

Jeff Long, along with other Traditional Owners, wants to see Fish River in the Northern Territory become a showcase for cutting edge fire and land management techniques and provide jobs for his people.

Kuku Yalanji elder Roy Gibson on the Dreamtime walk, Mossman Gorge Centre.
Stories | 5 Apr 2013

For more than 20 years, Kuku Yalanji elder Roy Gibson has had a dream for his land and his people. When the new $20 million Mossman Gorge Centre, an Indigenous eco-tourism business in the World Heritage listed Daintree National Park, opened with 90 per cent Indigenous staffing in June 2012, Roy’s dream became a reality.