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Traditional Owners critical of $28.8million federal funding for Beetaloo Basin research
Traditional Owners from the Beetaloo Basin have criticised the federal government after it confirmed a probe into whether millio...
David Prestipino 21 Feb 2024
Integrating cultural knowledge with high-tech agriculture on the table
How to unlock the untapped potential of traditional First Nations knowledge systems and integrate them with modern agricultural...
David Prestipino 19 Feb 2024
First Nations super summit relaunched to improve retirement outcomes
A new-look Indigenous superannuation summit will return next week, aiming to find tangible solutions that help improve the retir...
David Prestipino 16 Feb 2024
Laneway Festival's Yiriman Project pumps cultural beats through Indigenous youth
Renowned for its annual showcase of alternative music's best new acts and established talent, the national St Jerome's Laneway F...
David Prestipino 8 Feb 2024
WA miner exports maiden shipment amid cultural heritage controversy
The first shipment of mineral sands from a controversial mine site in Western Australia's Kimberley region has landed in China a...
Need for accommodation puts Aboriginal heritage site at risk

Councillors in Kalgoorlie-Boulder have voted to proceed with public consultation for the sale of land in Broadwood, which includes an Aboriginal heritage site, as the mining town f...

David Prestipino Jan 4, 2024
Indigenous trainees give Ellendale diamond mine a second life

More than a dozen Indigenous workers from across the Kimberley have gained apprenticeships as part of the multi-million dollar rehabilitation of an abandoned diamond mine in the Ki...

David Prestipino Dec 31, 2023
MinRes exec hailed for mine closure initiative, Indigenous engagement

The efforts of Mineral Resources to reshape the future of mine closure and rehabilitation has been recognised by the Chamber of Minerals and Energy, as a new CSIRO report said Aust...

David Prestipino Dec 22, 2023
Supply Nation backs Indigenous Procurement Policy eligibility overhaul

The organisation with the biggest national database of First Nations businesses has supported the federal government's plan to strengthen eligibility criteria under its Indigenous...

David Prestipino Dec 21, 2023
$120,000 scholarships for Indigenous women who mean business

The push to have more Indigenous women employed as leaders across the business sector has been boosted by a new partnership to help foster their development.First Nations Economics...

David Prestipino Dec 20, 2023
NT chief minister set to resign over shares, Middle Arm hub

Northern Territory Chief Minister Natasha Fyles is expected to resign on Tuesday as pressure mounts on her following revelations she held undisclosed shares in a manganese mine. T...

David Prestipino Dec 19, 2023
NAB targets $1 billion lending for First Nations business sector

Indigenous Business Australia and NAB will collaborate to support more Indigenous businesses to access capital and create opportunities for financial education and training for Fir...

David Prestipino Dec 5, 2023
Indigenous graduates hone skills to enter workforce with confidence

While Year 12 student Miranda Simpson spent her final school year immersed in her studies, the Dubbo teenager found time to hone her business skills for a future career in the corp...

David Prestipino Nov 28, 2023
More unique Indigenous tourism offerings on the horizon

With tens of thousands of years of rich Indigenous history and culture to discover, local tourists have been urged to leave their passports gathering dust and appreciate the expans...

David Prestipino Nov 13, 2023
EXCLUSIVE: Opportunity awaits as NT hosts 2025 World Indigenous Business Forum

Increasing global trade and investment in Australia's flourishing Aboriginal business sector are the prime targets for event organisers after it was announced the Northern Territor...

David Prestipino Nov 10, 2023
Wholesale fruit and veg empire up for urgent sale

Administrators have taken control of one of Western Australia's biggest agribusinesses that partly owns Indigenous fruit and vegetable company Abundance Produce Australia. Urgent...

David Prestipino Sep 20, 2023
Woodside halts seismic blasting off WA coast after eleventh-hour court injunction

Woodside Energy has agreed to delay seismic testing for its $16.5 billion Scarborough gas project off the Pilbara coast after an eleventh-hour legal bid. The LNG giant on Tuesday...

David Prestipino Sep 7, 2023
Twin gongs show Ventia on song with First Nations businesses

Sustainable procurement leader Ventia was recognised for its infrastructure partnerships with First Nations businesses at Supply Nation's flagship Connect 23 event in Sydney last w...

David Prestipino Aug 14, 2023
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