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Almost a decade after its establishment, Indigenous construction and services company, PSG Holdings, is a leader in their field driving forward Indigenous employment and representation. PSG Holdings works predominantly in construction, however, it also has a cleaning division and a newly established maintenance division. Raised in the eastern suburbs of Sydney and a proud member […]

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The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is leading an innovative program focused on the role of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander fathers in improving Indigenous adolescent mental health. The program promotes parenting skills to impart knowledge and empower men in Aboriginal communities. It is funded by a $1.7 million grant from the Indigenous Health […]

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The South Australian Office for Ageing Well is partnering with Aboriginal community representatives to raise awareness for the rights of Aboriginal Elders. Launching the Stop Elder Abuse campaign on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, June 15, the office is aiming to connect with mob across South Australia and promote the significance of Aboriginal Elders, their […]

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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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A lover, a fighter, an artist and a mother, Kate Constantine—otherwise known as Konstantina—brings her experiences as a fair-skinned Koori woman to life in her new exhibition, Caste Collection. Inspired by the vitriolic treatment of Aboriginal people of mixed heritage in race conversations in Australia, Caste Collection takes anger, frustration and hurt and splatters it […]

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