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A smiling woman stands on a red carpet, holding a large trophy which is round and vibrant blue with gold writing. It is shaped like a plate. She is standing in front of a wall covered in NAIDOC logos.
Stories | 6 Mar 2019

Women are needed on tech design teams to add fresh perspective, hear more from Tamina Pitt, recipient of the 2018 NAIDOC Youth of the Year award.

2 women are standing outside on a sunny day. They are wearing hardhats and smiling at the camera. In the background are 2 men, standing next to a large vehicle. White smoke is rising from the ground.
Stories | 5 Mar 2019

Cryogenics may have a reputation made for sci-fi but its real world applications are just as fascinating. Leading The Cryogenics Group is co-director Marcia Edwards, a Woppaburra woman from Keppel Island off the coast of Queensland, who is the second generation of her family in the business.

Aboriginal woman in cargo shirt and hair in plat looks at camera with trees in the background.
Stories | 1 Mar 2019

Executive Officer Nikita Baker is an inspiration to the girls of Borroloola, Northern Territory as she works her way toward the top job at Mabunji Aboriginal Corporation.

A man in blue shirt with white dots stands next to a white board.
Stories | 27 Feb 2019

Several years ago, a then unemployed Dylan Kimlin stumbled upon the Replay Group. It supported him to gain qualifications and a job in childcare. Now he helps other Indigenous people gain their childcare qualifications.

Group of 10 men and women in brightly coloured clothing stand or squat in a vegetable garden, most of them holding a green pumpkin. In the background are cars and buildings and fences.
Stories | 25 Feb 2019

Food Ladder provides Katherine in the Northern Territory and surrounding communities with fresh fruit, vegetables and much more.

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 | 21 Feb 2019

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

Aboriginal ranger in blue shirt stands and shows the thumbs up sign. Before him an Aboriginal ranger squats on sandy soil in front of a camera on a post. In the background are trees, grass and blue sky.
Stories | 20 Feb 2019

The Paruku Rangers of the Kimberley recently gained national attention after photographing the critically endangered Night Parrot, not once but twice, in the vast and remote Great Sandy Desert.

Six young people stand in front of two pull-up banners.The banners both have the word ‘Heywire’ written on them.
Stories | 19 Feb 2019

The ABC Heywire 2019 competition winners pitched their ideas in Canberra last week to improve life in remote and rural Australia. Young Indigenous men and women were among this year’s participants, proposing everything from business start-up kits to a new mobile app.

Two women stand in front of a pull up banner that says Onpoint 365, they are facing the camera and smiling. There is a table in front of them and people walking through the background.
Stories | 19 Feb 2019

A week of activities has been held to mark the release of the 2019 Closing the Gap report. It included a fun run and walk, an Indigenous Business Trade Fair and the announcement of new targets for the Commonwealth’s Indigenous Procurement Policy,

Indigenous woman with long hair in front of a microphone is smiling. Behind her is radio apparatus and to left is a blue and white logo and teh words World Radio Day 13 February 2019
Stories | 13 Feb 2019

World Radio Day (13 February) is an opportunity to celebrate the impact of radio, and in particular, Indigenous Broadcast Services, on remote Indigenous communities throughout Australia.

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