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Two young Aboriginal women sit at a picnic table, holding an AFL football in their hands. One wears a blue and pink football jumper, the other wears a blue and white striped football jumper. In the background is a grassed area, trees and buildings.
Stories | 23 Mar 2018

The Galiwin’ku women’s AFL team won the 2017 NT Chief Minister’s Cup because of their hard work, sacrifice and the efforts of 4 determined young women.

A group of mainly Aboriginal women and children dressed in an array of colourful clothing stand on grass next to a road corner with a telegraph pole in the background and a sign that says Give Way.
Stories | 30 Oct 2017

A family-wellbeing certificate course in Galiwin’ku, Northern Territory is placing young adult women, including young mothers, on the path to becoming strong and future leaders of their community and an inspiration to other young women and mothers in the community.

A middle-aged Indigenous woman in green shirt and head covering stands in front of a stainless steel bench with a white tiled wall in the background covered in powerpoints and a poster about fruit and vegetales.
Stories | 19 Sep 2017

Working hard to develop the skills she needed to get her job, Evonne Gonayuway is a great example of what people can achieve if they put their minds to it.

Announcements | 30 Aug 2017

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) and the United States (US) Marine Rotational Force-Darwin (MRF-D), completed training on Friday 25 August 2017 as part of Exercise CROCODILE STRIKE, and utilised this exercise to assist the local Indigenous community at the remote South Goulburn Island, in the Arafura Sea off the coast of the Northern Territory.

Announcements | 28 Aug 2017

The Turnbull Government is supporting communities in East Arnhem Land to establish an Indigenous aged care service for local Elders that also creates and sustains local jobs.

Announcements | 2 Aug 2017

ABC Indigenous Affairs editor Stan Grant will host a special Q&A broadcast from the Garma festival in remote Arnhemland on Saturday 5 August.

Announcements | 26 Jul 2017

Dr G Yunupingu, a leading Indigenous musician and member of the Gumatj nation, sadly passed away in Darwin yesterday.

Announcements | 21 Jul 2017

Scientists at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation’s (ANSTO) Centre for Accelerator Science and Australian Synchrotron were part of a team who have found new proof of the earliest occupation in Australia – some 65,000 years – in Kakadu National Park.

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.

An Indigenous woman dressed in brown dress holds three items of jewellery made from feathers and sticks. In the background are shelves holding painted tins.
Stories | 13 Jun 2017

Monawuy is a CDP participant from Birritjimi in the NT. The CDP has given her the opportunity to learn new skills and in the process, boosted her confidence and sense of independence.

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74 Chesterfield Circuit
Nhulunbuy NT 0880
PO Box 246
Nhulunbuy NT 0881
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08 8968 8400
Toll-free number: 
1800 079 098
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(08) 8987 8407

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