Fresh qualifications empower trailblazers

July 12, 2017

Four men from remote Aboriginal communities in Western Australia have become the first people to complete a unique new national apprenticeship with WA electricity provider Horizon Power to improve outcomes in remote communities. Keith Hunter, […]

Fox weighs in on being young and black

July 12, 2017

What’s it like to be young and black in 2017? A panel of Indigenous people with different views on a range of issues will explore this question at a special forum being presented by SBS […]

Gulkula gets on its Garma groove

July 12, 2017

Some of Arnhem Land’s most popular music acts will take to the stage at this year’s Garma Festival. They will include singer-songwriter Dhapanbal Yunupiŋu, the daughter of former Yothu Yindi front-man Dr Yunupiŋu, and hometown […]

NAIDOC Week rich with colour, ceremony

July 12, 2017

International basketball star Patrick Mills, who has reportedly signed a new $65 million contract with the San Antonio Spurs, was named Person of the Year at this year’s national NAIDOC Awards. Mr Mills was just […]

Fashion fusion set to make a statement

July 12, 2017

Fashion and the environment will converge when models take to the catwalk on the opening day of the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair this Friday. Garments by Hopevale Arts Centre, Indij Design, Mossman Gorge’s Uki Burchill, […]

Big music acts on their way to NIMA

June 28, 2017

A star-studded line-up of performers has been announced for this year’s National Indigenous Music Awards to be held on August 12 in Darwin. Hip hop legends A.B. Original, Dan Sultan, Paul Kelly and Gawurra will […]

Gail Mabo honours father through art

June 28, 2017

An exhibition of art by Gail Mabo honouring her late father and land rights pioneer Eddie Koiki Mabo is to be unveiled at the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair next month. Ms Mabo’s six-part installation of […]

Deadly tune wins heart of Robbie Miller

June 28, 2017

When singer-songwriter Robbie Miller walked into an IGA and heard Goanna’s 1982 hit single ‘Solid Rock’ playing on the sound system, he took it as a sign. Earlier the same day, Miller had been Googling […]

McGlade team may contest ‘unjust’ govt ruling

June 28, 2017

A legal challenge could be mounted against Federal Parliament’s changes to the Native Title Act following the so-called ‘McGlade case’. The lawyer who acted for the plaintiffs in McGlade — the David-versus-Goliath battle that blocked […]

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