EDUCATION

Uni science student who’s keeping her eye on prize

The Eureka Prize — known as the Oscars of Australian science — has recognised the Indigenous STEM Education Project’s contribution towards increasing Aboriginal and...

Syd’s next mission

An education scholarship provider that helps Indigenous kids from rural areas attend the State’s top boarding schools will now boast football legend and Roelands...

Inaugural MADALAH Youth Leadership Summit a successful trip for all

SPONSORED: MADALAH’s group of Emerging Leaders is celebrating the success of its first ever Youth Leadership Summit recently held on November 20 and 21. The...

Patty Mills and Nicholas Stone team up to provide overseas training opportunities for mob

NBA champion and three-time Olympian Patty Mills has teamed up with Bluestone Lane to build pathways to success through the Keriba Ged Program. Bluestone Lane...

Deadly Hair Dude training the Territory’s future hairdressers

A Darwin-based barbershop is on a mission to broaden regional employment prospects by training Indigenous people in the art of cutting, colouring and styling...

Iconic Polly Farmer jumper back in the west

Please note this story contains reference to someone who has died.   Marked with grass-stains and smelling of saltwater and mothballs, Polly Farmer’s jersey from the...

Djirribal woman examines problems with sport intervention programs

Proud Djirribal woman and University of Queensland (UQ) PhD student, Lee Sheppard, is examining whether Sports for Development programs are benefiting Indigenous communities or...

MADALAH students celebrated at 2020 graduation dinner

SPONSORED: The MADALAH Graduating Class of 2020 were congratulated on September 10 when all of their hard work was celebrated at the MADALAH Graduation...

Miroma Bunbilla lights culturally safe pathway for Indigenous medical students

A program at the University of Newcastle is providing an alternative pathway for Indigenous medical students. The unique Miroma Bunbilla Program, in Awabakal language meaning...

Child safety campaign encourages kids to speak out

A new child safety campaign features the bright and bold artwork of young Yuin artist, Allirra Moore. The 18-year-old artist created the artwork for the...

Rioli aiming to bridge Indigenous health and employment gap

Former Essendon football player Dean Rioli has been appointed to the Board of health and education organisation, Bridging the Gap Foundation. Passionate about sustainable and...

New book tells story of Redfern as epicentre of Aboriginal activism

Redfern: Aboriginal Activism in the 1970s is the untold story of First Nations resistance, resilience and self-determination born just a stone’s throw away from...
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