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Two wallabies stand on a brown rock face. They have yellow legs and feet, grey back and white belly with a long mainly yellow tail.
Stories | 11 Jun 2019

Find out what’s in store for tourists visiting Australia’s first Indigenous Protected Area, Nantawarrina.

Five Indigenous people dressed in workwear stand around a bench on which is radio equipment. In the background are walls, equipment and a window.
Announcements | 7 Jun 2019

Jobseekers from Thursday, Horn, Hammond and Badu Islands and local businesses have benefitted as one of Australia's leading Indigenous radio stations is given a new lease of life.

A man in jeans and a blue jacket walks along a bush path, with trees on both sides of him and native grass at his feet.
Stories | 5 Jun 2019

Ulladulla Local Aboriginal Land Council preserves a 3km boardwalk to prevent erosion.

Green tile with white words at top left: Native Title. There are paragraphs with multiple words top right and bottom left. At bottom right is a graphic of yellow, red and blue dots. In the middle are two horizontal bars – one green and one black.
Stories | 3 Jun 2019

Read about the extent of native title claims and how they are affecting thousands of Indigenous Australians.

Announcements | 14 May 2019

Supply Nation’s Connect 2019 showcases the powerful ideas that drive supplier diversity in Australia.

Young adult man wearing blue shirt and light brown pants sits on wooden staircase with grey railings to balustrade.
Stories | 5 Apr 2019

Find out why Barkindji man Peter Honeyman is excited to join the Graduate Management Trainee program at St Vincent’s Health Network.

Clouds and images of buildings and a bridge and trees and the words: Indigenous Apprenticeships Program. Experience the possibilities. Have you left school, want to go back to work or find a new career opportunity?
Announcements | 3 Apr 2019

An entry-level program developed for Indigenous peoples to start their career in the Australian Public Service (APS).

Indigenous young adult man in pale blue collared shirt in front of a dark wall with photos on display
Announcements | 1 Apr 2019

Applications are now open for the Indigenous Affairs stream of graduate careers in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Announcements | 29 Mar 2019

Twenty-one Indigenous rangers will today graduate having completed new compliance training under the federal government’s $30 million Capacity Building for Indigenous Rangers Strategy.

Group of men and a woman dressed in ranger uniforms stand in front of a boat. In the background are trees.
Stories | 26 Mar 2019

Learn what drives the Bawinanga (Djelk) Sea Rangers to protect and preserve their ancient land and seascape.

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