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Members of the Wattleridge Aboriginal rangers during a recent burn-off.
Stories | 18 May 2016

The Wattleridge Aboriginal rangers in northern New South Wales are using cultural burning to look after their country while regaining lost cultural knowledge.

2015 National NAIDOC Apprentice of the Year Ashley Farrall
Stories | 22 Apr 2016

The Australian Government offers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples an opportunity to start their career in the public service through the Indigenous Apprenticeships Programme.

VTEC participant Ellen Tcherna from the One Tree Wadeye Children and Family Centre
Stories | 18 Apr 2016

Wadeye grandmother and VTEC participant Ellen Tcherna was nominated for NT Childhood Educator of the Year. She is an educator, mentor and role model at One Tree Community Services Wadeye Children and Family Centre.

Martu Women’s Traditional Flora Camp
Stories | 14 Apr 2016

In the Great Sandy Desert of Western Australia, senior Martu women share their knowledge of plant and bush medicine with younger Martu women. The younger women are eager to learn the skills of their ancestors and maintain the transfer of cultural knowledge across generations.

Justice North and some of the Nyul Nyul Rangers
Stories | 8 Apr 2016

The Nyul Nyul Rangers from Beagle Bay hosted the Federal Court on country for the Bindunbur Native Title Claim. 

Learning on Country graduates
Stories | 5 Apr 2016

The first two Indigenous Learning on Country students recently graduated at a Batchelor Institute award ceremony held in Yirrkala, North East Arnhem Land.

Mickaela Jade and PM look at Digital Rangers app
Stories | 29 Mar 2016

Young entrepreneur Mikaela Jade is making a name for herself in the digital technology sector. Her company Indigital is helping Indigenous communities tell their cultural stories in new ways and is kicking goals globally.

Indigenous woman Miara Watson smiling
Stories | 18 Mar 2016

Applications are open now for the 2017 Australian Public Service (APS) Indigenous Graduate Program.

Two indigenous men standing in front of a helicopter
Stories | 8 Mar 2016

Using ‘right way’ fire management Indigenous rangers and traditional owners across the North Kimberley, help toreduce greenhouse gas emissions benefit the environment, support continuity of traditional knowledge and develop carbon businesses. 

An Indigenous male and female ranger are bending over wearing gloves and working in the long grass
Stories | 3 Mar 2016

Aboriginal rangers in the Murray-Darling Basin are a key to keeping the environment in good shape and are undertaking training in bush regeneration.