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One Indigenous male standing in lagoon wearing waders, another on the bank holding material which is part of the fish trap and an Indigenous woman further up the bank holding a pole.
Stories | 8 Sep 2017

The Barkindji Maraura Elders Environment Team (BMEET) is providing jobs and training to local Indigenous people through appropriate cultural and natural resource management of country, using a combination of traditional and contemporary scientific knowledge and techniques.

On the left: Indigenous man dressed in workwear stands in front of fuel trucks and fuel tank. On the right: Indigenous man dressed in workwear drives a white fuel trailer past a fuel truck.
Stories | 1 Sep 2017

Richard Assan and Pascoe Peter recently joined an all Indigenous re-fuelling crew, at Djarindjin Airport and gained upfront experience, skills and knowledge in the aviation industry, as well as literacy and numeracy skills.

Indigenous man dressed in a ranger uniform sits in foreground with foliage in the background.
Stories | 24 Aug 2017

The Australian Government programs Indigenous Protected Areas (IPA) and Indigenous Rangers have won the Bronze Future Policy Award 2017: Desertification, a prestigious international environmental award.

Two rows of nine Indigenous persons dressed in orange shirts (one in blue) stand and kneel in front of a yellow building with a sign on the wall which says, Binjari Community Administration Centre.
Stories | 17 Aug 2017

When the Binjari Community Aboriginal Corporation introduced a building and training program to the small Northern Territory community in 2015, the effect was profound. Two years later, the town once called ‘the worst address in Australia’ is blossoming.

Aboriginal boy in body and face paint standing in front of Aboriginal artwork
Stories | 4 Aug 2017

A new free tourist map of Western Australia featuring Aboriginal owned and run tourist ventures has been produced by the Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators Council (WAITOC), the peak not for profit organisation representing Indigenous tourism in WA.

Woman with hair tied back wearing blue shirt stands in front of coffee making machine with cups and shelving in the background.
Stories | 31 Jul 2017

Qualifying for AccorHotel’s 2017 Hotel Management Traineeship program requires hard work and commitment. Wiradjuri woman Amyee McLaren has those qualities in abundance and is supported by EPI partners, AccorHotels Pacific.

Three Torres Strait Islanders are standing at a desk looking at a note book. The woman in the middle is explaining something to the two men around her. There are other people in the background.
Stories | 24 Jul 2017

Rangers and council staff in the Torres Strait recently completed ‘Eyes and Ears’ training which improved their ability to protect and manage their country.

Middle aged Aboriginal woman in an industrial kitchen, making chilli with the help of kitchen appliances.
Stories | 12 Jul 2017

Karratha elder Valerie Holborow has been using her grandmother’s recipe to make chilli for years. She is now selling the chilli and it is proving to be very popular.

Three images in a row, from left to right. Elizabeth – an Aboriginal woman sitting behind a cash register in a store. Kevin – Aboriginal man in a room with a mop and bucket. Joel – Aboriginal man working on a car.
Stories | 28 Jun 2017

Elizabeth, Kevin and Joel live on the small Island of Yurrwi (formally known as Milingimbi). They share their personal stories on their motivation to make positive changes in their lives.

On the left, orange wings on black background with letters IPROWD beneath them all on light and dark blue checked background. On the right, a young boy in red and grey coat stands next to woman in police uniform.
Stories | 21 Jun 2017

After years of working in retail, single mum Jodie Reynolds from Western Sydney decided to enrol in the Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way Delivery program. She is now a general duties constable at Maroubra Police Station, Sydney.

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