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Montage of four people – from left: Maori woman in blue top, Aboriginal woman in dark top and orange skirt, Aboriginal man in blue suit and Aboriginal man in checked shirt.
Stories | 1 Feb 2019

The Australia New Zealand School of Government sponsored Indigenous Public Servant Forum enabled discussion of issues specific to Australia’s and New Zealand’s Indigenous peoples, and the chance for those who serve them to make connections.

Image of an Aboriginal fisherman sitting on the ground in a dark blue shirt. An orange rectangle with the words “Don Wilton” is in the right hand corner.
Stories | 31 Jan 2019

Don Wilton has fished all his life and recently acquired an Aboriginal Coastal Fishing Licence in Maningrida, NT.

White background with orange circle with “Summer Food Series” written in the middle. To the right half a watermelon, two strawberries and one banana.
Stories | 30 Jan 2019

Refreshing summer foods are a treat to prepare in the kitchen during the school holidays or as an after school snack.

Green Indigenous print background with white rectangle,the NAIDOC logo in the top right corner.The rectangle contains black writing “NAIDOC 2019 Grant Funding Now Open”.On the right hand of the rectangle there is a photo of four Indigenous girls dancing
Stories | 30 Jan 2019

The NAIDOC Week grant round is now open. Communities can apply for a grant to host a celebration during NAIDOC Week

Former co-chair of the National NAIDOC Committee, Ms Anne Martin AM, has been named in the Australia Day 2019 honours
Stories | 29 Jan 2019

Former co-chair of the National NAIDOC Committee, Ms Anne Martin AM, has been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia. She talks about her journey to higher education and her passion to help others achieve their goals.

A man in a blue business shirt leans against a vertical timber support beam. He is smiling.
Stories | 23 Jan 2019

A conference will be held at the National Library of Australia in February 2019 titled: Language Keepers: Preserving Indigenous Languages. Professor Kim Scott from WA will speak the impact of language on identity and connection with place.

There are 3 young Indigenous people facing the camera and smiling. They are standing shoulder to shoulder, outside on an overcast day, in front of flowering grasses and trees.
Stories | 18 Jan 2019

The Aboriginal Summer School for Excellence in Technology and Science, held by the CSIRO, has given young people a taste of university life alongside cultural studies and networking sessions.

A spear with a flint head is held by an old Aboriginal hand.
Stories | 17 Jan 2019

The award winning film Ngambi, which has its television premiere on NITV, follows Roy Wuyŋumbi Ashley as he shares an all-encompassing story of Wagilak identity, culture and law.

Aboriginal man in cap in front of pile of sand and green shrubbery.
Stories | 14 Jan 2019

Benjamin Bayliss dropped out of school but has returned to help struggling students, because he knows how.

The first image shows 3 adult male footballers on a grassy oval on a sunny day. One is facing the camera, the others are facing away from the camera.The second image is an action shot of 2 girls of late primary school age on a grassy oval playing football
Stories | 9 Jan 2019

A surge in popularity has pushed the National Indigenous Touch Football Knockout competition to new heights, attracting more than 500 players to Dubbo last month.

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