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Head gardener, Sophia Byers, tends to the tomatoes in the Walgett Community Market Garden.
Stories | 4 Feb 2013

The thriving Walgett Community Market Garden, overflowing with vegetables, is providing health benefits to the local Walgett community.

Aboriginal singer-songwriter Archie Roach
Stories | 1 Feb 2013

The Healing Foundation will host a free concert on the lawns of Parliament House on 13 February to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations.

Youth worker, Kayne Fernando and younger brother Riley, on the basketball courts at the Coonamble Youth Centre.
Stories | 29 Jan 2013

The Coonamble Youth Centre provides a safe and fun place for up to 70 local youth a day.

An image from Yijala Yala Project’s Hip Bone Sticking Out, one of the major Indigenous performances in the Centenary of Canberra events calendar.
Stories | 25 Jan 2013

The nation’s capital turns 100 this year and Indigenous history and culture will be a major focus of the celebrations.

AMRRIC and East Arnhem Shire Animal Management Workers Tony Gunanganguwuy, Lawrence Banburrawuy, Neil Djandjan and Valphon Fry.
Stories | 7 Jan 2013

Participants at the recent Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities (AMRRIC) conference in Armidale, New South Wales, discovered animal management is vital in communities across the country.

Stories | 13 Dec 2012

A dedicated Indigenous television service is now available for all Australians free-to-air for the first time, after National Indigenous Television (NITV) began broadcasting on SBS4 yesterday.

Naum and Raymond get ready to let fly at the cardboard targets.
Stories | 13 Dec 2012

This week Newslines Radio takes a look at an iconic community organisation in Alice Springs that is providing important programs for at risk youth.

Michelle Tyhuis quit smoking before giving birth to her son.
Stories | 12 Dec 2012

The Australian Government has launched the Quit for you Quit for two campaign targeting pregnant women, those planning to have children, and their partners, to help them give up smoking and give their children a healthy start in life.

Myra Gorey from the Akeyulerre Healing Centre with some of their healing products.
Stories | 11 Dec 2012

This week Newslines Radio looks at an organisation in Alice Springs that is helping to close the gap in indigenous disadvantage for local elders.

Diploma of Interpreting graduate Derek Hunt, NT.
Stories | 10 Dec 2012

Derek Hunt, a Yolngu man from Elcho Island, made history recently when he became the first person to graduate with a Diploma of Interpreting from the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education.

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