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Aboriginal man and woman dressed in 1800s clothing stand on a rock and grassy hill. In the background are trees, a mountain peak and blue sky.
Stories | 27 Aug 2018

This year, the Indigenous Department of Screen Australia is celebrating its 25th anniversary of bringing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories to our cinemas and into our living rooms.

Seven Aboriginal men and women dressed in warm clothing stand next to a red sign just off a dirt road. In the background are bushes, trees and hills. The sign says Nantawarrina IPA – Australia’s first IPA – Visitors welcome – No entry without permit.
Stories | 23 Aug 2018

In 1998, the small community of Nepabunna in the northern Flinders Ranges of South Australia helped to change the way Indigenous owned land could be preserved.

Remote attendance officer Rhonda Collins
Stories | 16 Aug 2018

School attendance worker, Rhonda Collins is passionate about getting kids to school in the community of Kalumburu in Western Australia’s Kimberley region.

Young man with dark hair holding iPad featuring the Bureau of Meteorology’s Indigenous Weather Knowledge website. The webpage shows a map of Australia
Stories | 14 Aug 2018

Indigenous communities have gathered scientific knowledge for thousands of years and Science Week 2018 is a chance to highlight their ongoing relationship with the Australian landmass and the stars.

White haired Aboriginal woman wearing blue and white collared shirt sits on a floor. To her left is a graphic of leaves and the following words: 9 August International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples.
Stories | 9 Aug 2018

The International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples is commemorated each year on 9 August. This year’s theme, ‘Indigenous people’s migration and movement’ invites us to examine the ways forward to revitalize Indigenous peoples’ identities and protect their rights.

li-Anthawirriyarra Sea Ranger Sean Fitzpatrick tagging a sea turtle at night under torchlight on the sand.
Stories | 31 Jul 2018

World Ranger Day celebrates the courage and sacrifice of rangers as they work to protect the planet’s natural treasures and cultural heritage.

Several Aboriginal children play on a concrete slab under sun shade amongst various water features. On the left is a small train with carriages made from barrels and on the right is a building. In the distance is open ground, more structures and bushland
Stories | 27 Jul 2018

After much ingenuity and work, the remote community of Punmu, WA have turned a bare concrete slab into a water playground, just the thing to beat the heat in the Western Desert.

Aboriginal woman with a group of 12 year 5 and 6 Aboriginal girls. They are wearing colourful dresses, and a standing on a balcony with a beach behind them.
Stories | 23 Jul 2018

Year 5 and 6 girls in Woorabinda are building aspiration, setting goals, learning life skills and getting ready for the future as part of the Strengthening Our Girls Program.

Elderly Aboriginal man sits back to back with young Aboriginal boy on grassy ground. Immediately behind them are three film-makers and further back are more Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal film makers another Aboriginal actor, lights, trees and grass.
Stories | 19 Jul 2018

The community of Ngukurr in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, is producing stories for their community and for the world, telling them in Roper Kriol or one of the traditional languages from the region.

Aboriginal man in white and black t-shirt stands next to a black, yellow and green coloured ride-on lawn mower. In the background is a car, a fence and other equipment.
Stories | 18 Jul 2018

In 2015, Ian Harris from Lake Cargelligo in NSW began a small lawn mowing and maintenance business. In just 3 years, his business has expanded and brought personal and health benefits in the process.