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Adult male in multi-coloured shirt and adult female in red shirt stand in front of a large red sign which says AFL Cape York House for Girls. In the background is grass, a road, some buildings and hills.
Stories | 20 Dec 2019
At AFL Cape York House, girls are learning skillsets for transition to careers and the wider community.
Large ochre coloured rock lies on a plain of ochre coloured soil and bushland.
Stories | 18 Dec 2019
Learn the origins of the Aboriginal Rock paintings on Walga, one of Australia’s largest monoliths.
An Aboriginal woman in dark dress and patterned scarf sits next to a bush and holds three small containers in her hands. In the background is water, a wharf, a tree and buildings.
Stories | 16 Dec 2019
Bush Medijina is an award winning social enterprise selling skincare products around Australia.
Young Aboriginal man dressed in work wear holds a tool to pump up a black tyre on a heavy machine.
Stories | 13 Dec 2019
Cedric Ankin is training to be a ranger, a job he’s wanted since high school.
Aboriginal man in dark polo shirt, cap and sunglasses leans close to an ochre coloured rocky.
Stories | 11 Dec 2019
Kado Muir tells some of the stories of the Country where his mother grew up.
An adult man in pale t-shirt has placed his hand on the shoulder of a young man in long sleeve top. In the background is grass, shrubs and a green fence.
Stories | 10 Dec 2019
Jeremy Donovan (father and cultural mentor) shares what he would say to his 15-year-old self about respect.
Group of Indigenous Australians, mainly youth, dressed in shorts and casual wear, stand on a wharf in front of a large white boat.
Stories | 6 Dec 2019
The recent Junior and Cadet Ranger Programme Cultural Camp at Ellis Beach, FNQ taught the importance of the custodianship of land and sea.
Two Aboriginal women in crimson t-shirts, one wearing a brown brimmed hat and the other with grey hair and wearing sunglasses, look to camera. In the background is green grass and trees.
Stories | 4 Dec 2019
Two mountains in Central Queensland have been given back their traditional names.
Indigenous woman with hair drawn back and wearing glasses and a dark shirt. Behind her is shelving and other office content.
Stories | 2 Dec 2019
Twenty years of supporting the Tiwi community through training and employment placements is a significant achievement.
Broadcaster Lorraine Rogers in the recording studio. She is looking at the camera giving the thumbs up.
Stories | 29 Nov 2019
The Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association broadcasts to 29 remote communities across the Top End.

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