Harley’s ‘wrong turn’ is right on track

February 7, 2018

Australia’s first Indigenous winter Olympian, figure skater Harley Windsor, is due to arrive in South Korea today ahead of his history-making turn on the ice with competition partner and former Russian skater Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya. The […]

Cricket’s best take to the field in Alice

February 7, 2018

Australia’s most talented Indigenous cricketers have taken to the fields in Alice Springs this week for the National Indigenous Cricket Championships. Seven men’s and six women’s state and territory teams are competing for the national […]

Adrian’s deadly legs conquer marathon

November 29, 2017

A Broome man has finished third in one of the toughest races on the planet – Chile’s Volcano Marathon Adrian Dodson-Shaw, the head coach of Indigenous Marathon Project and the first Indigenous Australian to tackle […]

Courtney carves up the opposition

November 29, 2017

The Lloyd McDermott Rugby Development Team’s Courtney Hodder won Player of the Tournament at the recent National Bendigo Rugby 7s. Hodder is the first Indigenous player to win the prestigious award. She wowed the crowd […]

Rugby 7s … who made the cut?

November 15, 2017

The national Indigenous teams to contest the Rugby National 7s championships at Bendigo this month have been announced. Lloyd McDermott Rugby Development Team Inc spokesman Rod Willey said the teams would be up against strong […]

Dodson-Shaw set to fire in volcano run

November 15, 2017

Indigenous runner Adrian Dodson-Shaw is turning up the heat. The first Indigenous Australian to run the North Pole marathon two years ago, is set to tackle one of the most extreme marathons on Earth, the […]

NT communities pad up for cricket carnival

October 18, 2017

The Northern Territory Remote Community Carnival competition dates have been announced, with cricket for all ages and abilities scheduled to be played in communities throughout the Top End through October and November. Men, women and […]

Aussie Rules enriches Indigenous lives: study

September 20, 2017

Playing Aussie Rules football keeps Indigenous people happier and healthier. That’s the finding of a new West Australian study which says Indigenous adult football players are twice as likely to rate their health as excellent […]

Little Athletics calls for more Indigenous kids

September 20, 2017

Little Athletics in Western Australia is hoping to encourage more Indigenous children to join by hosting a special barbeque this Sunday. The Have a Go Day community event will celebrate the contribution of Aboriginal people […]

Big clashes expected at Koori Knockout

September 20, 2017

The winners of last year’s Koori Knockout, the Redfern All Blacks, are going into this year’s NRL competition as favourites as the countdown begins to one of the biggest gatherings of Indigenous peoples in the […]

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