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Stories | 31 Jul 2019

In the East Kimberley the Aboriginal Rangers for Reserve 31165 are working hard to prevent Mimosa pigra, a noxious weed, from spreading across northern WA.

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Stories | 30 Jul 2019

To celebrate World Ranger Day, honours the sacrifice and work of Australia’s Indigenous Rangers by looking back at ranger stories from the past year.

Two wallabies stand on a brown rock face. They have yellow legs and feet, grey back and white belly with a long mainly yellow tail.
Stories | 11 Jun 2019

Find out what’s in store for tourists visiting Australia’s first Indigenous Protected Area, Nantawarrina.

A man in jeans and a blue jacket walks along a bush path, with trees on both sides of him and native grass at his feet.
Stories | 5 Jun 2019

Ulladulla Local Aboriginal Land Council preserves a 3km boardwalk to prevent erosion.

Green tile with white words at top left: Native Title. There are paragraphs with multiple words top right and bottom left. At bottom right is a graphic of yellow, red and blue dots. In the middle are two horizontal bars – one green and one black.
Stories | 3 Jun 2019

Read about the extent of native title claims and how they are affecting thousands of Indigenous Australians.

Young adult man wearing blue shirt and light brown pants sits on wooden staircase with grey railings to balustrade.
Stories | 5 Apr 2019

Find out why Barkindji man Peter Honeyman is excited to join the Graduate Management Trainee program at St Vincent’s Health Network.

Group of men and a woman dressed in ranger uniforms stand in front of a boat. In the background are trees.
Stories | 26 Mar 2019

Learn what drives the Bawinanga (Djelk) Sea Rangers to protect and preserve their ancient land and seascape.

Three smiling Indigenous women in yellow jackets and white helmets stand in front of a large yellow, green and white machine.
Stories | 15 Mar 2019

Find out why Kristy Stewart is excited to be working on the West Gate Tunnel Project in Melbourne.

Five Indigenous women wearing colourful clothing sit in a line on a beach with water and trees in the background.
Stories | 7 Mar 2019

The Bábbarra Women’s Centre in Maningrida, Northern Territory, empowers local women by providing them an outlet for the sale of their artistic and cultural work. This is leading to an improvement in their wellbeing and that of their families and communities.

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.