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Head and shoulders photo of an elderly woman with greying hair and wearing glasses and a purple shirt. Behind her is thick green vegetation.
Stories | 18 Mar 2020
Learn how place names around Bundaberg connect to the Taribelang people.
Image Alt text (for vision impaired readers)	A team of young Indigenous men and women wearing red and black jackets, black pants and red and black hats.
Stories | 12 Mar 2020
Australia’s first representative Indigenous ice hockey team, the Kaurna Boomerangs return from their international debut in Canada.
A woman with short hair and wearing sunglasses and a green coat walks along a path. Behind her is the path with shrubs and trees on both sides.
Stories | 11 Mar 2020
Julie talks about her ancestors and how she uses art to connect to them and understand their life and history.
A car with a brightly painted front with the words Lake Tyers CFA written on the vehicle. A woman is standing in the door of the vehicle with the door open and smiling wearing a white and black striped shirt.
Stories | 6 Mar 2020
Charmaine Sellings and her highly skilled team of Gunaikurnai women are the only all-female, all-Indigenous crew in the Country Fire Authority (CFA).
A head photo of an Indigenous man in blue shirt with sunglasses on his head. In the background are trees and sky.
Stories | 4 Mar 2020
Learn how place names provide connection to Country.
Green poster with yellow dots and multiple images of women in various forms of dress. In the top left corner are the words: International Women’s Day 8 march 2020.
Stories | 3 Mar 2020
Celebrate the work and achievements of just a few of the Indigenous women we’ve written about in the past year.
Four Aboriginal young adults (2 men and 2 women) in black t-shirts with UMEEtv printed on them stand in front of a brick wall. On the wall are the words: Umeewarra Aboriginal Media Centre 89.1 FM
Stories | 27 Feb 2020
Youth are getting a voice at the newly established Umee TV in Port Augusta.
A woman with long greying hair and wearing a purple and blue shirt with Aboriginal designs stands next to a walkway in a forest.
Stories | 26 Feb 2020
Learn the names of a few animals, trees and places in the language of Gathang.
Four Indigenous women in blues shirts stand shoulder to shoulder. They wear blue and yellow shirts. Behind them is a sign with a logo featuring an eagle’s head.
Stories | 24 Feb 2020
Four Deadly Sista Girlz mentors have been selected to play for one of the AFLW’s newest teams, the West Coast Eagles.
A young girl dressed in a t-shirt with Aboriginal flag design (black bar at top, red at bottom and yellow disc in middle) stands with an elderly man dressed in red shirt and fur cloak in front of a seascape.
Stories | 19 Feb 2020
Take a tour through Wadawurrung country, learn where to find food and how the land was created.

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