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Jameson (centre) with his volunteer award at the Stronger Futures Alice 3on3. Pictured with role model Jacinta Price and Vibe Australia Managing Director, Gavin Jones.
Stories | 10 Jul 2013

For Jameson Casson, helping his community comes naturally. The 27-year-old from Tennant Creek has donated countless hours of his time collecting cans and bottles around Tennant Creek to raise funds for new sporting equipment for youth in his community.

The Stronger Futures Alice 3on3 poster competition winning design.
Stories | 3 Jul 2013

Congratulations to the winners of the Stronger Futures Alice 3on3 poster competition!

Stories | 28 Jun 2013

Hundreds of students from Alice Springs and the surrounding region enjoyed a day full of activities at the first ever Stronger Futures Alice 3on3 earlier this month.

Yamba the Honey Ant host Jacinta Price will be one of the role models at the Stronger Futures Alice 3on3.
Stories | 14 Jun 2013

A 3on3 basketball, art, hip hop, rapping and break dancing festival – the Stronger Futures Alice 3on3 – will be held in Alice Springs on Wednesday 19 June.

Vanessa Longbottom
Postcard | 7 Jun 2013

My role models would have to be my kids, grandkids and the Aboriginal kids I work with...Nothing better then seeing our kids moving forward in their lives with education.

Luke Carroll
Postcard | 6 Jun 2013

I think education makes a strong future. My mum has been in education for the last 25 years, so education has been a very important part of my life

Jacinta Price
Postcard | 5 Jun 2013

A good education is a great foundation for a strong future. Not only understanding who you are, but also understanding the world around you.

Hermannsburg youth worker Megan Emitja.
Stories | 4 Jun 2013

There are so many great things happening to Close the Gap in Hermannsburg community that Newslines Radio is presenting a three-part special feature this month.

Moana Kantawara outside her new house in Hermannsburg, NT.
Stories | 14 May 2013

Having a house to live in is vital to good health, family, safety, community and jobs. Newslines Radio recently visited Hermannsburg, known in the local Western Arrarnta language as Ntaria, where more than 30 new houses have been built, as part of the National Partnership Agreement in Remote Indigenous Housing.

Tiwi elder Bernard Tipiloura showing off the wild pumpkin he grows in his backyard.
Stories | 9 May 2013

Located north of Darwin, the Tiwis are well known as the home of some of the country’s most successful Australian rules footballers, but sport isn’t the only great thing happening in the community.

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