A Kimberly-based Indigenous business development program is behind a new initiative providing advice to aspiring entrepreneurs.
Samantha Mancuso won the award for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year.
Teagan Cowlishaw is more than just a brilliant designer; she has a vision for the future of a sustainable, ethical and Indigenous fashion industry.
Students from all over rural NSW came to the NSW Police Academy as part of the IPROWD program and got a firsthand look in to the life of a police recruit
A Yupungathi Traditional Owner and Weipa-based mining superintendent won state-wide recognition at the Queensland Resources Council’s Indigenous Awards
Michell was recently honoured for her consistent and outstanding efforts as an Indigenous liaison co-ordinator and family support worker
Noel and Gemma Hayman are the first intergenerational doctors the state of Queensland has ever seen
An employment agency in Kuranda, Far North Queensland recently began a Sports and Recreation course
Employment among Indigenous people has risen dramatically over the last 14 years, according to a new study. The Sydney Morning Herald reported the rise, which was detailed at the Australian Social Policy Conference at the University of NSW last week. Employment among Indigenous women aged 18 to 64 rose by 19% between 1994 and 2008, […]
Kali Bellear is flying high and he speaks with InVibe Magazine about how he came to be a commercial Pilot My name is… Kali Bellear. I’m from… well, my father’s family is originally from Stradbroke Island and the North Coast of New South Wales. I live in… Sydney, NSW. I was born and educated in […]
A new partnership between the Federal Government and the Mining and Engineering Academy will create 30 new Indigenous jobs in Alice Springs. The partnerships will enable 30 Indigenous job seekers in Alice Springs to complete a Certificate II in Retail, pre-employment training and have access to jobs with some of Australia’s largest companies. Minister for […]
One of NSW largest employers is today launching a new strategy to tackle Indigenous disadvantage by boosting job opportunities. Essential Energy (formerly Country Energy) has developed the 2011 Indigenous Employment and Development Strategy in consultation with rural and regional communities. The strategy will assist Essential Energy to further strengthen Indigenous representation across its workforce and […]
Michael Anderson-Eckord runs cultural training programs and shares his cultural stories to inform others about Aboriginal language, land, culture and country. My name is… Michael Anderson aka Michael Eckford or my tribal name Ghillar, meaning bird who invented the comeback boomerang. I’m from… Euahlayi country which is near Lightning Ridge in Far Western NSW. Their […]
Minister for Indigenous Employment and Economic Development and Minister for Sport Mark Arbib today announced the Australian Government’s Learn. Earn. Legend! program will partner with the AFL in 2011. The funding will support the AFL Indigenous All Stars team participating in the AFLPA Indigenous Camp from January 29 to February 5 and will encourage young […]
Karla Grant has reached a point in her life, professionally and personally, where she couldn’t be happier
SBS today called for applications for a career-enhancing mentorship award that will offer support, guidance and opportunities to emerging Indigenous talent in the Australian film and television industry. The winner of the annual SBS Indigenous TV Mentorship Award will receive sponsorship to travel to local and international festivals, conferences or markets, mentorship from experienced SBS […]
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