Multi-award winning performer, philanthropist and human rights activist, Kerrianne has spent a large part of her life travelling and inspiring people all over the world.
Kerrianne Cox has spent a large part of her life travelling and inspiring people all over the world
Young artist, photographer and sculptor Claudia Moodoonuthi only picked up a paintbrush two years ago, but this girl has already established a name for herself in the art world.
Deadly Dressed model Tahan Lew-Fatt, will be entering the Big Brother House next season
Jenny Poelina’s tremendous effort as a health worker has earned her a nomination at the 2013 Deadly Awards.
Amanda Dodds’ often spends long hours in jail cells, court rooms and interviews to support young Aboriginal people caught up in the system.
Noongar woman from Perth, 24 year old Kate Malpass, is the 2013 National NAIDOC ‘Youth of the Year’
Kirstie Parker has been elected as the female co-chairperson of the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples.
A mobile journalism course that has been running in Cherbourg has uncovered some talented and powerful storytellers.
This Week on Deadly Sounds Dr Lawrence Bamblett PHD talks about his new book
Umeewarra Media’s Dwaylene Brown is a woman who has found a passion in broadcasting
Ten outstanding National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee Award winners were honoured at Perth ceremony
The Narrabri Visitors Information Centre and Tilt & Co has put a 21st Century twist on traditional stories.
Miss NAIDOC Perth is a leadership and empowerment program for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women
Advocate for change, Tanya Hosch, will be part of a speakers’ forum at Parliament House on Constitution Day on 9 July 2013.
Cultural identity means everything to Bundjalung, Yuin and Wiradjuri man Steven Brown and it’s the key to our young people standing on solid foundations for life.
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