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Wing Commander Cheryl Neal dressed in her air force uniform is standing in front of Indigenous artwork.
Stories | 24 Apr 2018

Wing Commander Cheryl Neal is a descendent of the Darug and Yuin people. Born in Nowra, NSW she joined the Royal Australian Air Force in April 1987.

Indigenous woman with hair pinned back wearing army style clothing.
Stories | 23 Apr 2018

Dolly Gurinyi Batcho (1905-1973), a Larrakia woman from the Darwin area, epitomises the sacrifice of an estimated 6000 Indigenous men and women who, during World War II, served the nation that so often discriminated against them.

Aboriginal adults and youth in colourful shirts sitting on grass.
Stories | 19 Apr 2018

Last year, the community of Woorabinda in Queensland needed a boost so they formed the Kulgoodah Dancers who have just performed at the 2018 Commonwealth Games opening ceremony on the Gold Coast.

Three Indigenous people dressed in yellow and green cricketing uniforms featuring Indigenous design patterns. In the background is a tree and black iron fence.
Stories | 12 Apr 2018

To commemorate the tour of the UK by 13 Aboriginal cricketers in 1868, Cricket Australia is sending two squads to the UK in June to play a series of matches.

Aboriginal woman with long wavy hair and wearing scarfs around her neck stands in open bushland with a range of hills in the background.
Stories | 9 Apr 2018

Elisa Jane Carmichael is passionate about her saltwater country of Yoolooburrabee, she expresses her passion and connection through painting and weaving.

Two Aboriginal young men, wearing colourful shirts, hold didgeridoos as they stand beneath a blue and gold sign which includes a coat of arms.
Stories | 4 Apr 2018

Keane Ryan and Mathew Ederer are excited and nervous about playing in the didgeridoo orchestra at the 2018 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony.

Group of 5 Indigenous women and one Indigenous man smiling to camera in front of dark background.
Stories | 29 Mar 2018

The 2017 Indigenous STEM Awards celebrate the achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and scientists who are studying and working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Poster showing three yellow dot circles at the top with images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons holding large gold or blue awards. Below the circles are the words: Nominations are now open for the National NAIDOC Awards 8-15 July 2018.
Stories | 27 Mar 2018

Nominations for the National NAIDOC Awards will remain open until 3 April 2018.

Two images side by side: on the left are two Aboriginal young women wearing AFL jumpers and holding a football. On the right is a map of Australia displaying map-markers and numbers.
Stories | 26 Mar 2018

The new look Indigenous.gov.au website includes more user-friendly features including drop-down menus, quick access to latest stories and a Community Finder map leading to more information on regional communities.

Two young Aboriginal women sit at a picnic table, holding an AFL football in their hands. One wears a blue and pink football jumper, the other wears a blue and white striped football jumper. In the background is a grassed area, trees and buildings.
Stories | 23 Mar 2018

The Galiwin’ku women’s AFL team won the 2017 NT Chief Minister’s Cup because of their hard work, sacrifice and the efforts of 4 determined young women.

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