So you want to be a reporter? Here’s your chance . . .

April 29, 2016

Sydney’s Daily Telegraph, working with the National Indigenous Times, is looking to provide job experience for indigenous media students. As part of their internship programme they are offering the opportunity to work alongside established journalists […]

Woolies commits to doubling Indigenous workforce

April 29, 2016

Woolworths has committed to almost doubling its Indigenous workforce over the next three years as part of an initiative supported by the Federal Government. Woolworths Limited CEO, Brad Banducci, and Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Senator […]

How to win thousands by dancing the House down

April 29, 2016

One of Australia’s most successful Indigenous dance competitions is back this year after a stunning 2015 debut. Dance Rites, the Sydney Opera House’s groundbreaking Indigenous dance competition, has sparked great interest across the country and […]

In the spirit of ‘Old Lady Barangaroo’

April 29, 2016

Two award-winning Indigenous artists have been commissioned to tell the stories of Aboriginal women in and around the Barangaroo precinct area and create a multi-media experience that will capture the rich Indigenous history of Sydney. […]

From little things big things grow

April 27, 2016

South Australia’s Wilpena Pound Resort has had its first group of Indigenous graduates complete their training, much to the delight of Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association (ATLA). “This is an important day, we were told this […]

Vale Uncle Steve Mam

April 27, 2016

Statement on behalf of the Mam family. Torres Strait Elder, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, advocate, supporter, cultural leader and former NAIDOC Male Elder of the Year (2005) Uncle Steve Mam has passed away quietly in Brisbane […]

Pat Turner to head up NACCHO

April 27, 2016

Pat Turner has been appointed the new CEO of the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO). NACCHO Chair Matthew Cooke said he looked forward to working with Ms Turner to build on NACCHO’s successes and continue […]

Woodside should “use or lose Browse gas lease”

April 26, 2016

Indigenous leader and businessman Wayne Bergmann has backed FMG’s call for energy giant Woodside to “use or lose” their massive Browse Basin gas field leases. Mr Bergmann, a pivotal player in the failed Indigenous bid to create […]

Coal deal stokes Rachel’s ambitions

April 26, 2016

An agreement between Wyong Coal and Guringai Tribal Link Aboriginal Corporation (Guringai TLAC) is delivering increased educational opportunities for the NSW Central Coast indigenous community, with the first of four tertiary scholarships being announced. Rachel […]

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