Inspired by her family and a deep love for cooking, Georgia Smith is the brains behind Koori Kitchen, an online platform sharing easy-to-cook healthy recipes that don’t break the budget. Based in Brisbane, Smith, 26, has been on her own personal health journey since 2017, igniting a love for fitness and good, healthy food. After […]

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The Australian Culinary Olympics’ national youth team will fly the Aboriginal flag for the very first time this year, as two young Aboriginal girls join the team to compete in Germany. Rishaye Shaw, 17, and Shaleeka Ozies, 18, are Nyikina women from Western Australia’s Kimberley region. The girls participated in the Kinjarling Djinda Ngardak program […]

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For many Australians food is the centre of celebration, bringing together family, friends and loved ones. Ngemba Weilwan woman, Sharon Winsor is bringing traditional, native foods to the table with her company, Indigiearth. Turning gathered bush tucker into gourmet feasts, Ms Winsor works with ingredients like sea parsley, native bush salt, green ants and Kakadu […]

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SPONSORED: Coles grows to largest corporate Indigenous employer in just eight years, defying national trend Coles has committed to further increase its Indigenous workforce to more than 5500 team members by 2023, equivalent to five per cent of the company’s total headcount. Coles in 2011 set a target to raise the number of Indigenous team […]

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A Broome-based charity organisation providing nutritional food services to under-privileged children has set their sights on a Kimberley expansion and is raising funds for a new program in Kununurra. Feed the Little Children deliver hot, healthy meals twice a week to more than 300 children from families struggling to provide their kids with nutritious and […]

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