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Six Aboriginal women dressed in black with bright green sashes draped around their necks and one Aboriginal child stand on a flat surface with grass and trees, a car and buildings in the background. Most of them hold a framed certificate in their hands.
Stories | 29 Nov 2017

Six Aboriginal women and an Aboriginal man from the APY Lands in South Australia recently completed the Certificate IV in Early Language and Literacy, giving them the expertise to teach language skills to preschool and early school years children.

Two adult males and two young men dressed in mainly blue shirts, stand arm in arm in front of tropical foliage atop a mountain. In the background is mountain terrain and low-lying cloud.
Stories | 10 Nov 2017

This year, a group of South Australian Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students and their leaders walked the Kokoda Trail in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the battle.

Young Aboriginal man wearing a grey hoody and cap looks out over bush landscape with cloudy sky in the background.
Stories | 2 Nov 2017

Relocating from Ceduna to Adelaide was a big decision for Jason Coleman. It was motivated by thoughts about his future, and enabled through the IYLP and AISSA.

Four black whales swim in a blue sea with a rocky cliff top in the foreground.
Stories | 12 Oct 2017

Forty seven students from Yalata Anangu School and Oak Valley Anangu School were recently rewarded for their good school attendance with a trip to the Head of Bight, South Australia, for a memorable whale watching experience.

Group of people sitting under large rock formation. In the foreground is long grass.
Stories | 28 Sep 2017

The black-footed rock-wallaby (warru) was nearing extinction in northern South Australia until the creation of the Warru Recovery Team, made up of Indigenous rangers and scientists. The recent release of 25 warru into the wild comes at the end of intensive breeding, preservation and feral predator control.

Indigenous male holding a medal.
Stories | 30 Nov 2016

Zibeon Fielding of Mimili in the APY Lands was part of a group of twelve Indigenous men and women, members of the Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP), who ran the 2016 New York Marathon. Prior to the founding of the IMP, no Indigenous man or woman had completed any major international marathon. Today Australia has 65 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander international marathoners.

Young Indigenous woman standing in front of sign and to the side of a display table for Indigenous Youth Mobility Pathways. She is dressed in black pants and a colourful shirt showing Indigenous designs.
Stories | 22 Nov 2016

Studying and living independently in Adelaide was difficult for Kelli Gunter of Ceduna but now her future is looking bright and her goals clear after receiving support through the Indigenous Youth Mobility Pathways project.

Event | 20 Oct 2016
Adelaide SA

Nurlanthi (pronounced Nur-lan-di) aims to intensify the relationship between art and fashion in an extraordinary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander cultural fashion performance.

Event | 23 Jun 2016

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have fought alongside other Australians in every war, but their presence and contribution has not been acknowledged until recently.

Event | 27 Jun 2016
Adelaide SA

In line with NAIDOC’s theme of ‘the living narrative of our Nation’, Tandanya’s celebration is an exhibition bringing together works from artists on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara lands, Ngaanyatjarra lands, and the Western Desert region to demonstrate the storyline of Kungarangkalpa (Seven Sisters Dreaming), its reach and ongoing importance to people across the country.

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