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Three men, two in yellow work-wear shirts and one in a blue shirt stand close to camera. In the background is a flat area covered with blue and pink rubber. Surrounding this is bare soil, grass and fences. There are buildings at right and left and behind.
Stories | 10 Mar 2020
A new soft fall surface under play equipment at Bamagau Kazil child-care centre makes for a safer play area, thanks to Bamaga Enterprises.
Indigenous woman with long black hair wearing a black t-shirt with a blue, green and white flag on the front stands in front of body of water. In the background is grass and a cliff face.
Stories | 11 Feb 2020
Renee Phillips teaches maths and science and wants to see more Indigenous teachers and students engage with STEM studies and careers.
A young girl wearing a grey t-shirt and black hat, looking at the camera. She is standing in front of a paddock with cows.
Stories | 24 Jan 2020
The inaugural camps of the Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy were launched in Cairns and Townsville over the past two weeks.
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.
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.
Aboriginal child on a cable suspended over brown soil. In the background is bare soil and some trees.
Stories | 4 Nov 2019
The Punmu Activity Hub is a great place for kids to spend their spare time.
A young adult Indigenous woman in yellow shirt and black pants stands between five Indigenous children dressed in green shirts and black shorts. All stand on a flat green playing surface. In the background are poles, and buildings.
Stories | 11 Oct 2019
Lisa Fatnowna is an Ambassador and Mentor for the Aspire to be Deadly program. Telling young Indigenous women that nothing is impossible.
Large sign in foreground with the words Cullunghutti Aboriginal Children and Family Centre. In the background is a building with shrubs and around it. Behind the building is a sail and a clear blue sky.
Stories | 5 Sep 2019
Learn about the centre in Nowra preparing Aboriginal leaders for the future.
Two books are displayed side by side. On each, two Indigenous children stand at the bottom and above them are a series of rough circles in blue and purple. Words on the left book are I Saw, We Saw and on the right book, Nha Nhunu Nhanal?
Stories | 3 Sep 2019
Students at Nhulunbuy Primary School have written a book about life in Nhulunbuy.
Line of young people arm in arm wearing various clothing styles stand on a hard pale surface and in front of a wall with the words in very large print: Think Beyond.
Stories | 6 Aug 2019
STEM award winners Jordan Griffiths and Jordan Salmon travelled to the USA recently to share their culture and scientific knowledge.

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