Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Monthly Archives: May 2019

Coles to increase Indigenous employment to 5500 people

SPONSORED: Coles grows to largest corporate Indigenous employer in just eight years, defying national trend Coles has committed to further increase its Indigenous workforce to...

It’s a national first. A global first. Torres Strait Islanders are taking legal action...

Rising sea levels, frequent flooding, land erosion, and uprooted trees washing up on the shores. This is life for Australia’s Torres Strait Islanders right now. Climate...

WA gov concedes ‘comprehensive reform’ crucial to address youth suicide crisis

The WA Government has released an initial response to the 2016 Message Stick Inquiry and the Coroner’s Inquest into Aboriginal youth suicide in the...

Barunga’s back!

A vibrant celebration of culture, sport, music and life will return to the Northern Territory this weekend. Barunga Festival, one of Australia’s most important...

Grandmothers challenge PM to quit sugar-coating and to shut down a system of child...

At least 100 people protested in Sydney’s Hyde Park last Friday with Indigenous group Grandmothers Against Removals (GMAR). Just days before Reconciliation Week, the protest...

‘Heavy hearted, frustrated, upset …’ star striker bows out of World Cup

Support is flowing in for Matildas’ striker Kyah Simon who has conceded she won’t make it to the World Cup in June due to...
The 2019 Indigenous Marathon Foundation team gather in Canberra for the first time. Photo supplied by the IMF.

New Indigenous Marathon Project crew face frosty conditions

The newest group of Indigenous Marathon Project runners have come together for the first time in Canberra. Twelve athletes have been selected after the program’s...

Will the PM become the captain to unite the country?

The former Essendon leader addressed a big crowd after his annual Long Walk to Dreamtime at the MCG on Saturday. The Prime Minister Scott Morrison...

NIT SPECIAL: So what does it take to make a world-class goalie?

They say sport imitates life. If that’s true, then taking up goalkeeping is going to give you some pretty useful life skills. Especially if you...

Rugby gets serious about RAP

The Brumbies are sending out scouts to find players to join two newly formed Indigenous training squads in the ACT. The men’s and women’s teams...

Circumspect Barty through to round two

Ash Barty is comfortably through to round two at the French Open after a 6-3, 6-3 victory over American Jessica Pegula. Barty had a hiccup...

North QLD out to square the ledger with South

Aaron Davey is one of several former AFL stars to be named in the annual grudge match between North and South Queensland on June...