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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.

Young Aboriginal man in pale blue shirt stands in front of Indigenous artwork displaying dark brown and white animals on a red and yellow background.
Stories | 24 Nov 2017

Rockhampton based Helem Yumba Central Queensland Healing Centre will mark White Ribbon Day by hosting a Community Yarning Circle about violence against women.

Indigenous man in a black suit and white shirt standing in front of a backdrop featuring various logos including IDX Indigenous Digital Excellence, Telstra Foundation and National Centre of Indigenous Excellence.
Stories | 27 Oct 2017

2017 IDX Award winner Wayne Denning wants more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kids to study STEM subjects so they will feel empowered to take advantage of the opportunities that come from those professions. He also wants to remind them that STEM subjects are part of their DNA.

Indigenous dancers in full traditional dress perform next to a fire on a grassed area in front of onlookers. In the background are tall trees.
Stories | 26 Oct 2017

Indigenous rangers and land managers recently gathered in the beautiful Bunya Mountains of Queensland to share important and traditional fire management skills at the Bonye Bonye Fire Workshop. The retention of these skills is fundamental for Aboriginal people to manage their country.

Indigenous man in light coloured shirt stands in front of green tree
Stories | 29 Sep 2017

Working alongside government departments, not-for-profit and community organisations and corporate enterprise, Jason Elsegood and his team at Cross Cultural Consultants empower businesses to create workplaces that promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent.

An Indigenous woman in brown coat stands with five children in a room with stacked chairs in the background and a table with craft making items.
Stories | 7 Aug 2017

Ceremonial Ripples 2017, held at the Empire Theatre in Toowoomba, explored the past through workshops, to help approximately 100 Grade 4 students understand the present and connect with the future.

A young Aboriginal woman in evening wear holding a large blue plate.
Stories | 19 Jul 2017

Latia Schefe is the 2017 National NAIDOC Awards Youth of the Year. Latia was diagnosed with cancer at age six. She underwent multiple operations and chemotherapy but still lost a kidney. However, Latia studied at her hospital and graduated from school with awards recognising her leadership abilities.

Indigenous male stands next to an older Indigenous woman on red carpet, the woman is holding large blue plate.
Stories | 6 Jul 2017

Yuggera Elder Aunty Faye Carr from Ipswich, Queensland has been named the 2017 National NAIDOC Female Elder of the Year for her long contribution to her community.

A young Aboriginal man wearing a suit and tie is speaking at a rostrum.
Stories | 20 Jun 2017

Barayamal, the only business accelerator program in Australia specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander entrepreneurs, is helping young Indigenous entrepreneur Phillip Harris turn his business idea into reality.

Head and shoulders shot of Indigenous man dressed in police officer’s uniform.
Stories | 5 Apr 2017

Joining the Queensland Police Force in 1965, Dr Colin Dillon displayed courage and determination in the face of entrenched racism, not only from other police, but also from his own people who declared him to be a “Sell-out” and “Traitor”. His determination saw him become a role model for other Indigenous people wanting to join the police force and a trail- blazer in breaking down racist barriers.

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