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Lorraine Stuart and her daughter Samantha with the fruit basket they won in one of Aputula Community Store’s weekly draws.
Stories | 4 Apr 2013

Healthy food and drink is becoming a more popular choice in the remote Northern Territory community of Aputula thanks to some creative initiatives from the local community store.

Roberta Kalinic with her children Curtisha and Develliers, and Robinson River Crèche coordinator Bertha Cochran.
Stories | 3 Apr 2013

The Robinson River Crèche, operated by Mungoorbada Aboriginal Corporation, is helping to change the lives of families in the remote Northern Territory Indigenous community.

Yana Ross shares her career aspirations at a Black and Deadly workshop on the Gold Coast, QLD.
Stories | 2 Apr 2013

Black and Deadly is a series of regular workshops and gatherings for Indigenous female students aged 13 to 18 who are at risk of disengaging from Queensland Gold Coast schools.

Northern Territory Aboriginal Interpreter Service interpreter Derek Hunt.
Stories | 28 Mar 2013

Communities around Australia have been telling the Australian Government that one of the key issues for Indigenous people is more jobs for our mob.

Male Behaviour Change program facilitator Edward Mosby, Central Queensland Healing Centre.
Stories | 27 Mar 2013

One 26 year old man’s struggles with violent behaviour and substance abuse cost him the custody of his children, and landed him in the courts on more than one occasion. Aaron (not his real name) is now walking the hard road to healing the hurt he has done to himself and his loved ones, through the support of the Central Queensland (CQ) Healing Centre - Helem Yumba, and the Gatharr Weyebe Banabe Program.

Indigenous Mines Pre-Employment Program graduates Shanhan Mullins and Jodie Brahim, Darwin, NT.
Stories | 26 Mar 2013

Increasing employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is a critical component of Closing the Gap and Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory.

Ben Apps, Jayden Ballengarry, Blake Green and Tosh Ballengarry performing at the Worimi Land Council’s NAIDOC Day celebrations.
Stories | 25 Mar 2013

The Ba-ra Boolarng Dance and Culture program is reconnecting marginalised and disadvantaged Aboriginal children and their families with their culture to promote strength, resilience and positive futures.

Previous participants of the APS Indigenous Pathways Programs, Tjapukai man Tegan Curtis, Wongaibon woman Sarah Richards and Wiradjuri woman Ashleigh Peachey.
Stories | 22 Mar 2013

Are you currently studying at university? Have you completed your degree or are looking for a career change?

The Australian Public Service Commission is calling for applications for the 2014 Australian Public Service (APS) Indigenous Pathways Programs for Indigenous Graduates, Cadets and Trainees.

SDN Redfern Koori workers Kayeleigh Smith (left) and Judy Jarrett (right) with Judy’s grandson Manduman, who is enrolled in the SDN preschool program.
Stories | 21 Mar 2013

More and more Aboriginal families from Redfern in Sydney are sending their children to the local SDN Children’s Education and Care Centre to make sure they get the early education they need.

Matthew McCormack, Samantha Taylor-Hunt, Ellouise Davis and Terry Byrne from the NAAJA Throughcare Service.
Stories | 20 Mar 2013

Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows that more than 75 per cent of Indigenous Australians released from prison are returned within a year. However, the results of the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) Throughcare Service show that with a little support, those odds can be beaten.