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Indigenous APS trainees
Stories | 17 Jul 2012

Around 300 people attended the touch football fields in Deakin, ACT for the 2012 Australian Public Service NAIDOC Week Touch Football Competition. The competition, which is now in its tenth year, is sponsored by the Australian Public Service Commission (APSC), in partnership with the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) and Touch Football ACT.

The competition has become a key celebratory event for NAIDOC week in Canberra, promoting understanding and respect amongst Indigenous and non-Indigenous Commonwealth Government employees.

Business Opportunities
Stories | 16 Jul 2012

Indigenous owned small businesses around the country are successfully tapping into new markets

Health Hero Lorena Walker is a dental nurse in Alice Springs
Stories | 13 Jul 2012

Are you an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person who thinks a career in health might be for you? Great! Check out the Department of Health and Ageing’s Health Heroes campaign to help you find the right pathway to reach your goal.

NAIDOC award winner Bunna Lawrie
Stories | 13 Jul 2012

Newslines looks at the winners from this year’s National NAIDOC Awards

NAIDOC Awards 2012
Stories | 13 Jul 2012

Newlines looks at the winners from this year’s National NAIDOC Awards.

Stories | 12 Jul 2012

Aboriginal television and film actor, Aaron Pedersen, has been named Patron for International Day of People with Disability and the National Disability Awards for 2012. Mr Pederson is well suited to take on the role as 2012 patron, having taken care of his younger brother, who has cerebral palsy and a mild intellectual disability.

Tamara Suey
Stories | 10 Jul 2012

Are you looking for a career in the Australian government? The Australian Public Service Commission is calling for applications for their 2013 Australian Public Service (APS) Indigenous Pathways Programs for Indigenous Graduates, Cadets and Trainees.

Chrissy Grant, Wanggawuy "Grace" Mununggurritj and Amy Rayner with some of the Working on Country Exhibition photos
Stories | 9 Jul 2012

The story of Australia’s hundreds of Working on Country rangers is on show in a photographic exhibition at the Australian National Botanic Gardens. Participants in the Australian Government’s Working on Country and Indigenous Protected Areas programs were invited to get out their cameras and start snapping for the third biennial Working on Country Photography Competition.

Stories | 9 Jul 2012

Congratulations to the winners of The Line’s Rap4Respect and Art and Poster competitions, announced by Senator Carol Brown at an event in Hobart, TAS on Saturday, 7 July.

Facilitator Duane Vickery introducing the first session of the Youth Congress Forum. Photo courtesy of Joseph Mayers/Congress
Stories | 9 Jul 2012

One hundred young members of The National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples have converged on Sydney to help set the National Congress's agenda in June 2012.

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