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.
To celebrate their new swimming qualifications, three youths from Port Hedland decided to swim across Australia’s second largest freshwater man-made lake.
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.
The colourful tarmunggie – Woman poster will be used to celebrate NAIDOC Week 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.
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 is a descendent of the Darug and Yuin people. Born in Nowra, NSW she joined the Royal Australian Air Force in April 1987.
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.
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.
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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