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Aboriginal young man dressed in ranger uniform in foreground with river and trees in the background.
Stories | 12 Feb 2019

Cody Millar stayed in school so he could he achieve his childhood dream and become a li-Anthawirriyarra Sea Ranger, working out of Borroloola, Northern Territory.

Five images of Indigenous people in different poses under which is a colourful logo and the words 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages.
Announcements | 8 Feb 2019

The Identity and language survey has been launched to coincide with the 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages.

Event | 16 Feb 2019

The Department of Jobs and Small Business invites your small business to come along to the Port Lincoln Small Business Fair.

Event | 15 Feb 2019

The Department of Jobs and Small Business invites your small business to come along to the Glenelg Small Business Fair.

Event | 14 Feb 2019

The Department of Jobs and Small Business invites your small business to come along to the Mount Barker Small Business Fair.

Announcements | 7 Feb 2019

Monadelphous is the latest Australian business that has signed onto the Commonwealth Government’s Employment Parity Initiative (EPI), committing to 200 new Indigenous jobs to grow its workforce.

Aboriginal woman in dark blue shirt stands next to a glass display cabinet featuring red cricket balls.
Stories | 7 Feb 2019

Cricket Australia’s Indigenous Engagement Specialist Courtney Hagen is breaking down barriers and creating opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to play Australia’s national sport.

Green Indigenous print background with small black rectangle with the NAIDOC logo in the top right corner. The rectangle contains writing: NAIDOC 2019 Grant Funding Open Now. A photograph in the middle has 2 female dancers smiling.
Postcard | 6 Feb 2019

The NAIDOC 2019 Grant Funding is now open!

Announcements | 5 Feb 2019

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians will now have access to an innovative new digital tool to support them in improving their digital literacy and protect their online safety.

A young adult woman sits on a red chair holding a small tablet device. She is showing the screen to an older man who is gesturing to the device with his hand. They look calm and relaxed.
Stories | 5 Feb 2019

A new app has been launched to help adults in remote communities reap the benefits of using the internet. The Your Online Journey app aims to show users how to go online and get the best out of their internet experiences.

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