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Maningrida’s new fire truck ready for action.
Stories | 8 Apr 2014

Maningrida residents can sleep more soundly knowing they have a new fire truck to keep them safe.

HPV Vaccination Programme ambassador Jacinta Price with her family.
Stories | 24 Mar 2014

Award winning country music singer Troy Cassar Daley and Yamba’s Playtime host Jacinta Price are lending their support to the Australian Government’s National Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Programme.

Lil’ Man’s Saints at the 2013 Garnduwa Festival.
Stories | 10 Mar 2014

When Halls Creek football team Lil’ Man’s Saints took out the 2013 Garnduwa Festival, they had more than just sport on their minds.

Djarindjin Youth Drop-In Centre’s new coordinator, Simon Enosa.
Stories | 5 Mar 2014

Torres Strait Islander Simon Enosa moved to the Kimberley in Western Australia about a year ago and is loving his new job working with young people in Djarindjin Community.

The Bardi Jawi Rangers’ new boat arriving in Ardyaloon.
Stories | 28 Feb 2014

The Bardi Jawi Rangers are set to become a professional marine unit charged with the mission to look after country and assist police in sea rescues.

Bernard with his daughter Mea at the Yarrabah All Blacks Carnival in November 2013.
Stories | 11 Feb 2014

Bernard Sabadi, a 29 year old Badu Island man from the Torres Strait is encouraging all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to embrace living a healthier lifestyle. By promoting regular exercise and healthy eating, he believes he can inspire and motivate others to do the same.

Stories | 6 Dec 2013

The Australian Government will ask Ceduna residents to have their say on whether they think income management in their region would benefit their community.

Stories | 20 Nov 2013

The Strong Fathers Strong Families project aims to strengthen the role of Yolngu fathers in their families.

Stories | 18 Nov 2013

It’s every Australian’s dream to own a home. Increasing opportunities for home ownership for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is an important part of Closing the Gap.

Stories | 14 Nov 2013

Access to dialysis can be difficult for many Australians but for those who live in remote communities, it is almost impossible. The closest centre can be up to 1000 kilometres away.