PEOPLE

Talicia Jetta thrives at Polly Farmer Foundation

The Graham (Polly) Farmer Foundation has always been committed to supporting Indigenous youth in succeeding in their education and life through holistic programs and...

Murri woman moving mountains for mob

With a fire in her belly and strong work ethic, Murri woman Kristy Masella is moving mountains for mob. Current CEO of the Aboriginal Employment...

New women’s education hub fostering economic choice

A woman for our women, CEO and Chair of Real Futures, Wendy Yarnold, is launching a new program which will empower Aboriginal women to...

Marlee Silva branches out with new independent podcast

A woman on the rise, Marlee Silva is one to watch. With a phenomenal knack for storytelling, Silva is bringing stories of mob front...

Virgin pilot certain he will fly again

A true trailblazer in the sky, Captain Robert Simms is one of the first Indigenous international pilots to fly with Virgin Airways Australia. With over...

Former Socceroo shifts focus to improving First Nations lives

A triumphant small-town hero, Jade North, former captain of the Socceroos, is the newly appointed ambassador for GIVIT’s National Indigenous Support Program (NISP). GIVIT is...

Stolen as a child, Dr Jennifer Caruso finds power in teaching Stolen Generations history

As we celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, National Indigenous Times shines a spotlight on Australia’s incredible First Nations women. A leading researcher, a member of...

Archie Roach reflects on extraordinary life in lead up to final national tour

He’s a man that can captivate a room with a few words, a glance or a tune; Uncle Archie Roach AM is a living...

NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year finalists credit their predecessor matriarchs

A time to celebrate the power, courage and resilience that lives in our women, the finalists for the NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year...

From Brisbane streets to international acclaim, John Smith Gumbula celebrates 30 years

An advocate for authenticity and ethicality, John Smith Gumbula is a man of passion and purpose and making strides for Indigenous art on the...

Kimberley girls first Indigenous people to represent in Culinary Olympics

The Australian Culinary Olympics’ national youth team will fly the Aboriginal flag for the very first time this year, as two young Aboriginal girls...

Judge David MacLean makes history as first Indigenous WA District Court Judge

When you speak to newly appointed Judge David MacLean, there is no question as to how he has found himself the first Indigenous judge...
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