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Three Aboriginal women stand behind a table covered in handmade products including necklaces and earrings. Behind them are posters with the words Gillawarra Arts on one and Gift of Our E on the other.
Stories | 17 May 2018

Krystal Hurst is preserving and sharing her culture through Gillawarra Arts, a Canberra based business that creates jewellery from mainly natural items sourced from all over Australia.

6 adults (2 female and 4 male / 3 Aboriginal) dressed in blue shirts featuring Indigenous designs stand in front of a white car on grass with trees in the background.
Stories | 14 May 2018

To celebrate their new swimming qualifications, three youths from Port Hedland decided to swim across Australia’s second largest freshwater man-made lake.

Stories | 7 May 2018

Rich astronomical knowledge that dates back over 65,000 years runs through our veins. We should embrace it. Why? Because we are the first astronomers.

Stories | 2 May 2018

The colourful tarmunggie – Woman poster will be used to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2018.

Stories | 30 Apr 2018

In Western Sydney, the AFL is bringing about a quiet yet significant change in the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth through the AFL Indigenous Academies.

An Aboriginal man with beard and wearing a yellow safety shirt stands next to a beige coloured building. In the background is green grass, trees and another building.
Stories | 27 Apr 2018

Thomas Sullivan, a Kamiliaroi man from Walgett in NSW, knew what he wanted in a career but needed help from VTEC to get there.

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.

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