Social Procurement is About to Tear Down the Site Hoardings
With one of the world’s largest infrastructure pipelines, the Australian government has an unprecedented opportunity to leverage its spending power to address disadvantage and inequity in...
Gov’t Laucnhes”Roadmap” to Connect Remote Communities
A long-awaited WA government report on the future of remote indigenous communities doesn't overtly refer to closures controversially flagged in late 2014, but promises to direct...
Supporting Indigenous Entrepreneurship in Australian Construction
Entrepreneurship, small business growth and funding for start-ups lie at the heart of the Federal Government’s economic plan for jobs and growth.
Innovation: It’s Not just the Hardware that Matters
Stephen is an 18-year-old with a background of family violence and abuse, homelessness, drug abuse and crime.
Calls for More Indigenous Employment
Iron ore miner Fortescue Metals is calling on business leaders to create more opportunities for indigenous Australians to end the jobs' disparity.
Federal Inquiry Requested into ‘The Ayers Rock Resort’
Federal parliament has been asked to inquire into the acquisition of a landmark resort after it racked up huge losses.
QLD’s Indigenous Community Adopts Government Planning Scheme
The community of Wujal Wujal, located 159 kilometres north of Cairns, has become the first Indigenous community in Queensland to adopt a Local Government Planning Scheme.
New School To Lift Indigenous University Participation
A new school seeks to increase Indigenous Australian university participation rates in the science and engineering fields.
SA:Indigenous Group Bid to Halt Coal Project
A South Australian indigenous group says it was not properly consulted on plans for a controversial mining trial and has launched Supreme Court action to halt...