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Guugu Yimidhirr Lessons With Adult Learners

Guugu Yimidhirr Lessons With Adult Learners

Shannon Bowe is 34 years old, was born in Toowoomba and raised in a small ...
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Learning and Applying Business  and Leadership Skills

Learning and Applying Business and Leadership Skills

Sha-lane is currently completing her fourth year with CYLP, having originally joined the Program as ...
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Where are they now?? Isabella Raleigh

Where are they now?? Isabella Raleigh We caught up with 2016 Secondary Academic Leaders graduate ...
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Visit to Cairns Aquarium

Last Wednesday the girls and I, baby Arkaydia, Miss Karen, Miss Sarah and Neil went ...
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Knowledge is the First Step

Topsy Bowenda recently attended the Aurukun O-Hub to discuss managing her money. She has been ...
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Pama Language Press Launched

We are proud to offer for sale three new children’s picture books in Mpakwithi, a ...
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Peninsula Developmental $4.4m road contract a turning point for indigenous employment

Peninsula Developmental $4.4m road contract a turning point for indigenous employment

INDIGENOUS leader Noel Pearson has heralded the awarding of a $4.4?million road contract to a ...
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Ensuring Wik-Mungkan Speakers Have a Say

Ensuring Wik-Mungkan Speakers Have a Say

Aurukun Ancestral Language Experts translated the Referendum Council document, Recognising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ...
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A Healthy Team is a Happy Team

Some of our employees have grown up in circumstances of disadvantage and, as a result, ...
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Cool Runnings

On Sunday 10th September, O-Hub and Cape York Employment (CYE) staff rose bright and early ...
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NAIDOC | Oh, how we danced!

Thursday 17th August saw community members, services and families come together to celebrate NAIDOC at ...
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MPAKWITHI SONGS-ON-COUNTRY WORKSHOP

MPAKWITHI SONGS-ON-COUNTRY WORKSHOP

The Mpakwithi Songs-on-Country Workshop overlapped wonderfully with the Story and Illustration Workshop. It was evident ...
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National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day

National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day (Children’s Day) is a time to for ...
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Supporting Students

Supporting Students

Ronelle Buchanan's mother signed her up with SET in 2007 when she was just seven ...
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The ‘life school’ helping Indigenous teenage mums kick drugs and alcohol

The ‘life school’ helping Indigenous teenage mums kick drugs and alcohol

Only 62 per cent of Indigenous girls on Cape York graduate high school, and it ...
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Singing back the languages of NPA

From 24th July to 4th August 2017 NPA State College, in partnership with Pama Language ...
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Recognition of our First Peoples is now closer than ever: Mark Leibler

It was in the final days of John Howard's time as prime minister that the ...
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Building Employment Pathways in First Nation Languages

Building Employment Pathways in First Nation Languages

The National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) held a training workshop and accreditation ...
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Encouraging Mpakwithi Cultural Transmission

Encouraging Mpakwithi Cultural Transmission

Mpakwithi Elders Agnes Mark, Victoria Kennedy and Susan Kennedy worked with Linguist Xavier Barker and ...
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Cairns Parents Under Pressure Training

Cairns Parents Under Pressure Training

Parenting staff based throughout the four Welfare reform sites of Aurukun, Coen, Hopevale and Mossman ...
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