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Indigenous man dressed in a ranger uniform sits in foreground with foliage in the background.
Stories | 24 Aug 2017

The Australian Government programs Indigenous Protected Areas (IPA) and Indigenous Rangers have won the Bronze Future Policy Award 2017: Desertification, a prestigious international environmental award.

Announcements | 22 Aug 2017

Australia’s commitment to land conservation through Indigenous Protected Areas and the Working on Country Indigenous Ranger programme has been recognised by the World Future Council.

Announcements | 21 Aug 2017

The Coalition Government is investing $13.46 million in CareerTrackers’ interns to support more Indigenous students to complete university, move into employment and reach their full potential.

Two rows of nine Indigenous persons dressed in orange shirts (one in blue) stand and kneel in front of a yellow building with a sign on the wall which says, Binjari Community Administration Centre.
Stories | 17 Aug 2017

When the Binjari Community Aboriginal Corporation introduced a building and training program to the small Northern Territory community in 2015, the effect was profound. Two years later, the town once called ‘the worst address in Australia’ is blossoming.

Announcements | 11 Aug 2017

Daly River is set to become the first remote Indigenous community in the Northern Territory to be powered by solar and battery thanks to the roll out of the $55 million Solar Energy Transformation Program (SETuP).

Aboriginal boy in body and face paint standing in front of Aboriginal artwork
Stories | 4 Aug 2017

A new free tourist map of Western Australia featuring Aboriginal owned and run tourist ventures has been produced by the Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators Council (WAITOC), the peak not for profit organisation representing Indigenous tourism in WA.

Announcements | 3 Aug 2017

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has used an address to the 2017 Kimberley Ranger Forum to reaffirm the Coalition’s absolute commitment to the future of Indigenous rangers – including record funding of more than $70 million a year.

Woman with hair tied back wearing blue shirt stands in front of coffee making machine with cups and shelving in the background.
Stories | 31 Jul 2017

Qualifying for AccorHotel’s 2017 Hotel Management Traineeship program requires hard work and commitment. Wiradjuri woman Amyee McLaren has those qualities in abundance and is supported by EPI partners, AccorHotels Pacific.

Announcements | 27 Jul 2017

The National Native Title Tribunal (NNTT) is pleased to announce the availability of a new online mapping tool that visualises and enables discovery of RNTBC and Prescribed Body Corporate (PBC) regions.

Three Torres Strait Islanders are standing at a desk looking at a note book. The woman in the middle is explaining something to the two men around her. There are other people in the background.
Stories | 24 Jul 2017

Rangers and council staff in the Torres Strait recently completed ‘Eyes and Ears’ training which improved their ability to protect and manage their country.