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Stories | 21 Jan 2014

Would you like to learn more about business and leadership? Why not enrol in an Indigenous Leadership course at the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC)?

Announcements | 20 Jan 2014

A remote Arnhem Land Aboriginal community in the Northern Territory has taken the bold step of linking school attendance to culture, in a move Indigenous Affairs Minister, Nigel Scullion, says sets a strong example to communities across Australia.

Announcements | 17 Jan 2014

The Australian Government will fast-track the implementation of GenerationOne’s demand-driven training model to help more Indigenous Australians into jobs by better connecting employers and jobseekers.

Announcements | 14 Jan 2014

A storage tank for low aromatic fuel (LAF) will be constructed in Darwin to support an expanded rollout of the Australian Government’s Petrol Sniffing Prevention Programme in the Top End.

Announcements | 13 Jan 2014

An interim report into the prevalence of petrol sniffing in 15 Aboriginal communities across Australia shows a decline in sniffing between 2005 and 2012 coinciding with the introduction of low aromatic fuel.

Locals and visitors line up for a BBQ lunch at the community opening of the Mums ‘n’ Bubs clinic
Stories | 10 Jan 2014

Ensuring mothers and their babies get the best health care possible is something that the small Aboriginal community of Kowanyama in far north Queensland prides itself on

Stories | 8 Jan 2014

The Marngarr Resource Centre Aboriginal Corporation is just one of the many Indigenous organisations around the country that has focused on creating new employment opportunities for people in their community.

Stories | 7 Jan 2014

Kima Forbes wants to be a role model for all the young women in her community of Ntaria (Hermannsburg) in central Australia. She believes she has found the perfect way to do it – through her weekly radio program on the local Remote Indigenous Broadcasting Service (RIBS) radio station.

Announcements | 20 Dec 2013

The Australian Government today announced a strategy to get more Indigenous children in remote areas back to school from the start of Term 1 next year.

Janet Mardbinda, the first Warruwi School graduate, celebrates at the Northern Territory Open Education Centre graduation.
Stories | 19 Dec 2013

The tiny community of Warruwi on remote South Goulburn Island is celebrating the achievement of Janet Mardbinda becoming the first preschool to year 12 graduate from Warruwi School.