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Indigenous woman in white shirt and dark skirt with handbag over shoulder stands next to Indigenous man with hat, light shirt and pants standing in the outback with sunset behind.
Stories | 25 Jan 2018

Internationally acclaimed film director Warwick Thornton talks about his new film Sweet Country; a period western set in 1929 in the outback of the Northern Territory.

Man in yellow high visibility vest and white hard hat turning sausages on BBQ in front of PSG Holdings site and a building site. 2nd man on right side in high vis vest with back turned.
Stories | 24 Jan 2018

PSG Holdings, an Indigenous owned construction and commercial cleaning services company, has experienced considerable growth due to the Australian Government’s Indigenous Procurement Policy.

Thirteen Indigenous women stand in a line. They are holding up 7 life sized artistic figures of women.
Stories | 16 Jan 2018

Martu Artist Ngalangka Nola Taylor is one one of the many artists and senior custodians who have been involved in designing and curating Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters; an exhibition at the national Museum of Australia which outlines the country’s creation as it follows the passage of the Seven Sisters.

Two Aboriginal men stoop over a blue tarpaulin shaped as a trough. They are sorting through a plastic bag of bait.
Stories | 11 Jan 2018

li-Anthawirriyarra Sea Rangers Steven Simon and Anthony Johnston are working hard to protect the native fauna of West Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria from cats introduced to the island in 1994.

Left image shows young Aboriginal man wearing brown shorts, lumberjack shirt and boots operating a tile cutter on a bench with a building in the background. Right image shows same man working at a bench cutting a tile with an angle grinder and a building
Stories | 8 Jan 2018

Luke Dunrobin could not find stable work in his hometown of Mackay in Queensland. After moving to Geelong, Victoria, he found satisfying employment through the Jobs, Land and Employment Programme.

Left panel shows following words on blue background: Share your views closingthegaprefresh.pmc.gov.au with a logo featuring small animations of people, houses and trees in a circle with the words Closing the Gap. #CTGRefresh. Right panel shows 4 girls
Stories | 5 Jan 2018

We’re inviting all Australians to share their views on the future of Closing the Gap.

A group of Japanese students in white shirts arm in arm with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in blue shirts. In the background are more students and classrooms.
Stories | 2 Jan 2018

In October, students and leaders from Mount Saint Bernard College in Far North Queensland visited Japan, taking in its sites, culture and rekindling their friendship with students at the University of Agriculture-Tokyo.

Large group of children and adults sit on grass and at tables under shade, dressed in swimming attire and other causal clothes. In the background are trees, shade covers and a building.
Stories | 22 Dec 2017

The Bubanil Playgroup is a great support to the Indigenous community in Derby, WA with children, parents and staff ending the very successful year with a Christmas picnic and a big splash.

Several glasses and a jug sit on a tablecloth of Indigenous design. Some glass are empty while the jug and other glasses are filled with a red drink with a white head.
Stories | 20 Dec 2017

First Food Co are bush food specialists making native Australian food flavours accessible to all Australians as well as recipes ideal for Christmas and New Year celebrations.

Aboriginal man dressed in workwear, hat and sunglasses works on a steel structure set on red earth with grass and trees in the background and a bright blue sky overhead.
Stories | 18 Dec 2017

Technology designed and manufactured by the Centre for Appropriate Technology Ltd is assisting people to live in remote communities in Australia.

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