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Woorabinda trio's trip of a lifetime to see Taylor Swift in Sydney
Three young people from a remote Aboriginal community are basking in the afterglow of Monday night’s Taylor Swift concert. The...
Giovanni Torre 27 Feb 2024
Indigenous-led model sees a reduction in Indigenous infants being removed by child services
Women who receive support through an Indigenous-led model of maternity care are three times less likely to have Indigenous newbo...
Dechlan Brennan 26 Feb 2024
Qld
Pedaling towards the 2032 Olympics through pure determination
Racing BMX since she was a toddler, Holyee-Ann Jackson's journey is a testament to her unwavering determination and hard work....
Joseph Guenzler 23 Feb 2024
Ipswich State High rugby league girls excel in empowering event with Iron Traks
On Thursday, Year 11 and 12 Rugby League girls from Ipswich State High participated in a collaborative event by Iron Traks, Wome...
Joseph Guenzler 23 Feb 2024
Nominations open for the 2024 Queensland Reconciliation Awards
Businesses, community groups, schools, sporting clubs, and cultural organisations are invited to submit nominations for the 2024...
Joseph Guenzler 23 Feb 2024
First Nations Women in Leadership Summit to showcase the strength of Indigenous women

It is no secret that First Nations people are underrepresented in leadership roles across corporate Australia and in senior roles in government. According to the 2023 Australian I...

Brendan Foster Feb 23, 2024
Aiga Festival: Pacific Island Festival promoting family and culture

The Aiga Festival, hosted by Samoan musician and Co-Director Taitu'uga Kitch and Tongan content creator Havea676 in collaboration with Tatou Aiga, marks a significant milestone as...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 23, 2024
Cape York Peninsula's Land & Water Plan seeking insights on top priorities and threats

Cape York Natural Resource Management is initiating a new Land and Water Plan to oversee natural resource management on Cape York Peninsula. This plan aims to support NRM across t...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 21, 2024
New co-payment medication subsidy for Indigenous patients in Queensland

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients across Queensland will be able to access a statewide medication co-payment subsidy in all public hospitals in a concerted effort to c...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 21, 2024
Program for young First Nations offenders expanded

A program that tries to break the cycle for Indigenous juvenile offenders by sending them to regional areas rather than detention centres will be expanded. The on-country initiati...

Fraser Barton Feb 21, 2024
"I don't trust the Queensland Police": Mr George's family seeks closure amid ongoing inquest

In the aftermath of Mr George's tragic death in a Kowanyama police cell, recent conversations with a family member highlights the impact on those left behind. The 52-year-old Indi...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 20, 2024
Residents still waiting to go home months after floods

Two months after Cyclone Jasper brought record flooding to far north Queensland, residents of the community of Wujal Wujal are still waiting to return home. Wujal Wujal is more th...

Keira Jenkins Feb 20, 2024
Police appeal for information on missing Indigenous girl in Brisbane

Queensland Police are asking for any information on the whereabouts of an Indigenous 13-year-old girl missing from Brisbane’s south-eastern suburbs.  She was last seen on Monday m...

Jarred Cross Feb 20, 2024
Inaugural CEO appointed to lead the Queensland Indigenous Business Network

Queensland Indigenous Business Network announced the appointment of Donisha Duff OAM as its first chief executive on Monday, marking what it calls a "significant milestone" in the...

Giovanni Torre Feb 20, 2024
Manufacturing set to boost Indigenous employment opportunities ahead of the 2032 Olympics

Beenleigh Steel Fabrications has secured a $40 million contract to supply 2400 tonnes of structural steel for Maryborough's Queensland Train Manufacturing Program (QTMP) facility i...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 19, 2024
"Power to the people" - Traditional Owners' energy plea

Indigenous people are presenting their case for inclusion in clean energy projects, like Traditional owners from the flood-ravaged community of Wujal Wujal. More than two months a...

Rudi Maxwell Feb 19, 2024
Human rights case launched to protect sacred Doongmabulla Springs

First Nations rights advocate, Adrian Burragubba has launched new litigation aimed at preventing the destruction of the Doongmabulla Springs by putting a stop on the Carmichael coa...

Giovanni Torre Feb 17, 2024
Mobile barber initiative helps cut through health barriers in Indigenous communities

In a collaborative effort to tackle health issues among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in South-West Queensland, Goondir Health Services and Origin Energy have j...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 16, 2024
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