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2024 NSW Aboriginal Land Council Election

The 2024 NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) Election is just around the corner and it is a critical opportunity for Aboriginal people in NSW to vote for change. The region’s…
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Opinion Are coal mining companies harbouring racists

Opinion: Are coal mining companies harbouring racists?

As the 2024 NSW Aboriginal Land Council Election nears, despite racism and discrimination concerns in Aboriginal communities, it’s never been properly address during Charles Lynch’s 8-year reign as Councillor for the Norther Region. But ignoring real issues is NOT something…
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Why Armidale Aboriginal Voices Must Lead for Change

Why Armidale Aboriginal Voices Must Lead for Change

In the looming shadow of the 2024 NSW Aboriginal Land Council elections, there emerges a pivotal opportunity—a chance to say goodbye to Councillor Charles Lynch and welcome a new dawn. It’s not a dismissal of past efforts but an acknowledgment…
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Why Aboriginal Tamworth Voices Must Lead the Charge

Why Aboriginal Tamworth Voices Must Vote for Change

Tamworth’s Aboriginal community beats with a rhythm of change (and country music), a melody that has long been muffled by the status quo. But it’s a song that speaks of resilience and hope, a narrative rich with the history of…
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Alleged Racism at Oxley Police Superintendent Bruce Grassick Dilemma

Alleged Racism at Oxley Police: Superintendent Bruce Grassick Dilemma

Indigenous News story. Within the heart of the Oxley region, a storm of racial unrest brews beneath the surface. And at the epicenter of this storm stands Superintendent Bruce Grassick, the steward of law and order, at the helm of…
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Aboriginal Racism in Gunnedah: Whitehaven & Idemitsu Boggabri Coal Mine (Kyle Rose of Gunnedah)

Aboriginal Racism in Gunnedah: Whitehaven & Idemitsu Boggabri Coal Mine

Gunnedah, a town known for its vast coal mines and rich agricultural history, has recently come under the spotlight for reasons far removed from its industrial significance. With concerns arising about potential connections between mining giants and alleged racist extremists in…
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An Open Letter to Managing Director Paul Flynn of Whitehaven Coal

An Open Letter to Managing Director Paul Flynn of Whitehaven Coal

17th October 2023 Dear Mr. Flynn, Your article submitted to the Northern Daily Leader on the 26th March 2015, where you passionately defended Whitehaven Coal’s operations and the Maules Creek Mine, caught the attention of many. Your emphasis on truth,…
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Whitehaven Coal Pay Controversy Overshadowed by Disturbing Racial Incident

Whitehaven Coal Pay Controversy Overshadowed by Disturbing Racial Incident

While Whitehaven Coal, a major player in the Australian coal industry, faces increasing scrutiny from investors over executive pay, a more pressing concern has emerged that threatens to tarnish the company’s reputation further: a disturbing racial incident involving one of…
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Luke Mitterer: A Symptom of Whitehaven Coal Gunnedah's Racial Problem?

Luke Mitterer: A Symptom of Whitehaven Coal Gunnedah’s Racial Problem?

Gunnedah, a mining town known for its deep roots in coal and mineral reserves, has recently found itself in the midst of a racial controversy that has cast a shadow over Whitehaven Coal, one of its major employers. Luke Mitterer,…
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The Untapped Potential of Indigenous Entrepreneurship in Today’s Market

In the vast landscape of global business, there lies a rich tapestry of cultures, traditions, and practices. Among these, Indigenous entrepreneurship stands out as a beacon of sustainable, community-driven, and ethical business practices but its potential remains largely untapped in…
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Why Vote Against the Voice: David Harris, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs

Why Vote Against the Voice: David Harris, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs

“It is time to give them that Voice.”David Harris, NSW Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty Yet when Aboriginal people in NSW express their concerns to the Minister’s office about the “support” for the 120 Local Aboriginal Land Councils (LALCs) by…
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Why Vote Against the Voice: David Harris, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs

Reason Why the Registrar Chose Not to Investigate Charles Lynch Questioned

I submitted a formal complaint about Councillor Charles Lynch to the Registrar of Aboriginal Land Rights Act (NSW) because I believe they (NSWALC) could be potentially misleading the public based on statements like “NSWALC is the largest member-based Aboriginal organisation…
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David Harris NSW Labor Treaty Committee & Councillor Charles Lynch

David Harris NSW Labor Treaty Committee & Councillor Charles Lynch

In the intricate tapestry of Australian politics, David Harris, the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, stands at a pivotal juncture. And as the nation grapples with its colonial past and seeks to forge a more inclusive future, the treaty with Aboriginal…
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Minister for Aboriginal Affairs love affair with non-Indigenous Consultants - Tim Gumbleton from RSM Australia

Minister for Aboriginal Affairs love affair with non-Indigenous Consultants

David Harris MP of Aboriginal Affairs NSW remarked on a LinkedIn post about concerns relating to consulting contracts, which was allegedly on “my agenda”… but his stance seems to have shifted since the NSW Labor Party came into power earlier…
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Mining link to racist community Regional Council Mayor Jeffrey McLaughlin 2023

Mining link to racist community? Regional Council Mayor Jeffrey McLaughlin

In recent months, two Australian regions, the Barkly Region and Gunnedah, have found themselves at the centre of controversy surrounding citizen arrests and the treatment of Indigenous youth. The alleged citizen’s arrest of an Indigenous minor by Barkly Regional Council…
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Unsafe Aboriginal University: A Challenge to Australia’s Higher Education

Culturally Unsafe Universities Australia, home to the world’s oldest living cultures, faces a pressing issue in its higher education sector: the cultural safety of its Indigenous academics. And recent events and testimonies from Indigenous scholars unveiled a troubling undercurrent of…
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Native Title and Aboriginal Land Rights -A Tale of Two FAILING Systems

Native Title and Aboriginal Land Rights: A Tale of Two FAILING Systems

The quest for Indigenous rights and land recognition has been a long-standing battle in many countries. And while some nations, like Canada, have made commendable strides, others, like Australia, seem to grapple with systemic challenges. For example, a closer look…
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Minister for Aboriginal Affairs David Harris must learn from success cases

Minister for Aboriginal Affairs David Harris must learn from success cases

In recent years, the management of Indigenous affairs has been a topic of heated debate and concern in many countries, including Australia. And while some nations have made significant strides in addressing the challenges faced by their Indigenous communities, others,…
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Minister for Aboriginal Affairs David Harris & his NSW Police Affiliation

Minister for Aboriginal Affairs David Harris & his NSW Police Affiliation

Recent developments have raised questions about the affiliation between David Harris, the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, the NSW Labor Party, and the NSW Police. The concerns stem from the decision of the appointed Administrator at Red Chief Local Aboriginal Land…
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NSW Labor Party: David Harris, worst Minister for Aboriginal Affairs ever?

Over the years, NSW has seen a myriad of politicians, mostly non-Indigenous, take on this mantle, and each has brought their own approach and vision, which hasn’t really delivered much for Aboriginal people in NSW, e.g. close the gap targets.…
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Minister for Aboriginal Affairs David Harris & his NSW Police Affiliation

The Influence of Anti-Indigenous Groups in Australia

Australia, a nation with a rich tapestry of cultures, has a deeply intertwined history with its Indigenous peoples. First Nations have been the continent’s original inhabitants for over 65,000 years but despite their deep-rooted presence and contributions, they have faced…
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Gunnedah’s Rental Crisis: Impact of Idemitsu Boggabri Coal Mine on Housing

Gunnedah, a region renowned for its rich Indigenous heritage, has experienced considerable socio-economic shifts over the years. A significant factor in this transformation is the opening of Idemitsu’s Boggabri Coal Mine in 2006. And while the mine brought about economic…
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Will NSWALC & Charles Lynch Face Scrutiny Like ANZ Did Under ASIC?

Will NSWALC & Charles Lynch Face Scrutiny Like ANZ Did Under ASIC?

In the wake of the recent federal court decision that saw ANZ Group Holdings penalised A$15 million for misleading its customers, questions are being raised about the accountability of other institutions in Australia. And one such query pertains to the…
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KPMG Reconciliation Action Plan 2021–2025 – ReconciliACTION Score

During the 2021-22 fiscal year, the federal government allocated $888 million to consultancy-linked contracts, which is a significant rise from the $352 million in 2012-13. And this trend seems to echo the adage: ‘work smarter, not harder’ when reflecting on…
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Reconciliation Action Plan – Google – ReconciliACTION Score

In recent years, major corporations have taken steps to address historical and ongoing injustices faced by Indigenous communities… or at least, pretend that they are. And Google Australia’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is the tech giant’s latest effort, aiming to…
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Meta Facebook: Increasing Stalkers and Defamation in Gunnedah

In the little rural town of Gunnedah, a digital storm brews beneath the serene surface and what was supposedly a community-driven initiative to ensure safety has now taken a dark turn on Meta’s Facebook platform. The Gunnedah Neighbourhood Watch Facebook…
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Idemitsu Boggabri Coal Mine: Social Impact on First Nations Evaluated

Social Impact Assessment (SIA) on Idemitsu Boggabri Coal Mine’s Effects on the Gunnedah Aboriginal Community Introduction Idemitsu Boggabri Coal Mine: This SIA evaluates the potential and actual social impacts of Idemitsu’s Boggabri Coal Mine on the First Nations community in…
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Boggabri Coal Mine's Effects on Gunnedah Aboriginal Community by Idemitsu

Boggabri Coal Mine’s Effects on Gunnedah Aboriginal Community by Idemitsu

In North-West NSW, Idemitsu’s Boggabri Coal Mine stands as both a symbol of economic progress and a reminder of the lingering shadows of colonial exploitation. And while its operation boosts the local economy, it also reignites haunting tales of colonial-era…
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H&M Ditches Sustainability Tags: Precedent for Indigenous Business Labels?

In a bold move that has sent ripples through the fashion industry, global fashion giant H&M, along with sporting behemoth Decathlon, have pledged to the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) to eliminate sustainability labels from their product lineup…
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UNDRIP and Aboriginal Water Rights NSW: An Appeal to Labor Minister Jackson

In the heart of NSW, where rivers weave stories of time and tradition, the rights of Indigenous communities to their ancestral waters are facing unprecedented challenges. And while the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) stands…
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Office of the Registrar Investigates Complaint Against Councillor Charles Lynch

Office of the Registrar Investigates Complaint Against Councillor Charles Lynch

A formal complaint has been lodged against Lynch, alleging potential breaches of the Aboriginal Land Rights Regulation 2020. The complaint, submitted to the Office of the Registrar, raises pressing questions about the integrity and governance of key members within the…
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Learn How to Spot Blakwashing

Learn How to Spot Blakwashing

Firms touting questionable sustainability credentials can reap financial benefits but are potentially undermining genuine First Nations and reconciliation advancements…. And just as the environmental movement has seen its share of “greenwashing,” the push for First Nations rights and reconciliation has…
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Blakwashing: The Hidden Agenda Behind Government & Corporate Claims

In recent years, we have seen a growing trend towards governments and companies promoting their social and environmental responsibility. And in order to counteract deceptive and inaccurate marketing in the realm of environmentalism, a term known as “greenwashing” was coined,…
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Safeguard Indigenous Human Rights: Idemitsu Australia’s Boggabri Coal Mine

In recent times, Gunnedah has witnessed a surge in property and youth-related crimes like many other towns but while there have been commendable efforts by various individuals and groups to curb this menace, the escalating tensions have inadvertently provided a…
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Is the NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) Misleading the Public?

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) has long been a beacon of representation for the Aboriginal community in NSW but recent revelations have raised questions about the accuracy of the council’s public claims regarding its membership size. For many years,…
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Academic Theory: Sovereign Indigenous Loan Systems

Abstract: Evaluating the feasibility and impact of government-backed loan systems specifically designed for First Nations, aiming to bypass traditional banking systems. Key Points: Decolonised Lending Criteria: Crafting loan evaluation metrics that recognise and value the unique cultural, social, and economic…
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Decolonising Academic Research: Empowering Indigenous Research

Abstract:The historical colonial influence of academic institutions has led to a skewed representation and understanding of Indigenous knowledge, culture, and perspectives. This paper proposes a transformative approach to decolonising universities by reallocating (Indigenous) academic research funds to Indigenous independent researchers.…
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Review: Indigenous Housing Crisis & Solutions in Canada Report

The report highlights the pervasive neglect and egregious human rights violations faced by Indigenous peoples in Canada (North) and it calls for urgent, culturally appropriate, and human rights-based government action to address this issue. The report begins by providing a…
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Reflections Holiday Park Indigenous Reconciliation Action Plan

Reflections Holiday Park talks a big game about Reconciliation but are they all talk? Promises are meant to be broken…. We can only talk from personal experience, but we reached out about a potential collaboration opportunity for Reconciliation purposes that…
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The Path to True Reconciliation: Dive into Canada’s History

In many colonial states, the word “Reconciliation” frequently emerges, echoing from coast to coast but despite its frequent invocation, there’s a palpable disconnect between the nation’s aspirational dialogue and the tangible strides made on the ground. The United Nations Declaration…
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ASIC Reconciliation Action Plan

If you didn’t know, ASIC – short for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and you can think of them as Australia’s financial watchdog, keeping an eye on everything from big corporations to your local credit agencies. So, they’ve just…
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Councillor Charles Lynch: Complaints and Reactions

Every citizen has the right to vote without experiencing fear, and media entities should be permitted to report without encountering undue influence or threats. And in a time when the integrity of democratic procedures is paramount, any signs of intimidation…
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Voter Intimidation and Charles Lynch: A Disturbing New Low?

Hey mob, transparency in politics is a big deal, right!? We all want to know what our elected officials are up to so I recently tried to get some info on Councillor (Cr) Charles Lynch from the NSW Aboriginal Land…
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Why Vote Against the Voice: David Harris, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs

NSW Aboriginal Land Council Elections: A Step Forward or Westernised Facade

In the heart of New South Wales (NSW), the NSW Aboriginal Land Council Elections stand as a testament to the integration of Western democratic principles into Indigenous governance. On the surface, this system allows Aboriginal people to vote for Councillors who will…
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Aboriginal Meme: How Indigenous Mob are Embracing Humor in the Digital Age

In the digital age, humour knows no bounds, transcending cultural barriers and bringing people together in unexpected ways. One particular group embracing the power of humour is Indigenous communities, with their unique form of expression: Aboriginal memes. These memes offer…
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Unlock the Secrets of Indigenous Innovation 🌿

For millenniums, Indigenous communities have thrived, innovated, and persevered, harnessing wisdom from the land, sky, and waters… But what if these age-old practices held the keys to solving some of the most pressing challenges of our times? Our latest research…
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Concerns Regarding the Appointment of Charles Lynch to the Sefa Board

Open letter to Sefa Dear Members of the Sefa Board, I hope this message finds you in good health and high spirits, but I’m writing to express my deep-seated concerns regarding the appointment of Mr. Charles Lynch to the Sefa…
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Cracking the Code: How to Increase Your Chances of Winning the Lotto

If you’ve ever dreamed of hitting the jackpot and changing your life forever, you’re not alone. Winning the lottery is a fantasy that captivates millions of people around the world but is it really just a game of luck, or…
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Why Vote Against the Voice: David Harris, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs

NSWALC under Charles Lynch: A Reflection on the Past, Present, and Future

Past In the realm of leadership, there are those who inherit chaos and struggle to bring order, and then there are those who step into a role that is already in an enviably stable state. Such was the case when…
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From Vision to Inaction: Councillor Charles Lynch

In the realm of politics, promises are whispered like sweet nothings, visions are painted with broad strokes, and blueprints for change are meticulously drafted. Yet all too often, these grand plans remain nothing more than idle aspirations, never to see the…
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International Representation vs. Local Challenges: A Case Study of Councillor Charles Lynch

Being a leader at any level requires a careful balance between focusing on the bigger picture and dealing with issues at a grassroots level. For Aboriginal “leaders” like Councillor Charles Lynch of the NSW Aboriginal Land Council, the struggle to…
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3 Inspiring Aboriginal Sayings to Live By

Aboriginal culture is rich with wisdom and insight, passed down through generations of storytelling and tradition. Here are 10 inspiring sayings from Aboriginal culture that offer guidance and inspiration for living a fulfilling life. “We are all visitors to this…
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Powerful Aboriginal Quotes to Inspire Change and Unity

Aboriginal culture is rich with wisdom and inspiration, and their quotes reflect a deep connection to the land, community, and spirituality. These powerful quotes can inspire us to embrace unity, change, and a deeper understanding of ourselves and the world…
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Government Information (Public Access) Request: NSW Aboriginal Land Council

If you’re seeking information or any other relevant details from departments under NSW Aboriginal Affairs, you might need to make a freedom of information request. I made a quick request to the NSW Aboriginal Land Council to provide the numbers…
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Probity Officer: Office of the Registrar for Aboriginal Land Rights Act

Intro The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) position at the Red Chief Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC) carries an immense responsibility towards the Aboriginal communities it serves. And as an applicant for the role, I, Dean Foley, understand the importance of…
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Making a Difference: Explore the Top Aboriginal Charities Making an Impact

In a world where social change is more important than ever, it is crucial to recognise the incredible work being done by Aboriginal charities that are making a significant impact on communities and individuals. These organisations are dedicated to uplifting…
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FOI: Extension contract by NSW Labor Aboriginal Affairs for Tim Gumbleton

Dear NSW Aboriginal Affairs & Minister David Harris, As a member of the Red Chief Local Aboriginal Land Council, I request that you provide me with a copy of the extended contract for the Administrator Instrument of Engagement in relation…
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Alleged Discrimination: Tim Gumbleton, The Hon. David Harris MP & the Case

In recent developments, allegations of discrimination have emerged involving Tim Gumbleton, the Administrator of The Hon. David Harris MP and NSW Labor Government. The case has raised concerns regarding fair treatment and equal opportunities within the affected community and Local…
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Is Microsoft’s LinkedIn Going Crazy? Indigenous reconciliation

Maybe. Microsoft bought LinkedIn and now the platform seems to be heading downhill in the name of “Professional Community Policies” despite the new fancy features.  And Microsoft has a history of acquiring companies and not doing justice to them (did…
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How the First Nations Canvas Supports Indigenous Entrepreneurship

The First Nations Canvas is a strategic business planning tool that guides and assists First People through the process of identifying their unique business idea, assessing its viability and ultimately launching a successful and sustainable enterprise. The First Nations Canvas…
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Indigenous Business Model: First Nations Canvas

The First Nations Canvas is a comprehensive and strategic business planning tool that empowers First Peoples. It assists them through the critical steps of identifying their unique business concept, evaluating its feasibility, and finally bringing to life a prosperous and…
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Unveiling the Truth: Debunking the 90% Support Rate Claim by The Voice Pushes

The Conversation, a (usually) reputable platform known for its (usually) credible content, recently published an article asserting that nearly 90% of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people support The Voice to Parliament, based on statements made by Albanese. The recent…
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Exploring the Interconnected Challenges: Victoria’s Construction Watchdog and Gambling Control Commission

In Victoria, two regulatory bodies, the construction watchdog and the gambling and casino control commission, have come under scrutiny for similar concerns related to their respective industries. While the construction department has been criticised for inadequate oversight leading to families being left homeless…
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NSW Aboriginal Affairs: Bureaucrats & Indigenous Funding

The NSW Aboriginal Affairs Department should be playing a crucial role in addressing the socio-economic disparities faced by Indigenous communities in New South Wales but they are falling short, by a lot…. And before you dismiss this as mere opinion,…
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Urgent Request to Address Exploitation of Promotional Lottery Loophole

Dear Hon. David Harris, I am writing to bring to your attention a matter of utmost importance regarding the operations of promotional lotteries within the state of Victoria. Specifically, there are certain entities that are exploiting a legal loophole by…
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Follow-up on Red Chief LALC Complaint and Impact on Charity Raffle

Dear Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty, The Hon. David Harris MP, I hope this email finds you well. I am following up on my email sent on 28th April 2023 regarding the management and operation of the Red Chief…
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Urgent Request to Address Exploitation Lotteries| Hon. Melissa Horne MP

Dear Hon. Melissa Horne MP, I am writing to bring to your attention a matter of utmost importance regarding the operations of promotional lotteries within the state of Victoria. Specifically, there are certain entities that are exploiting a legal loophole…
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The need for a crackdown on Indigenous identity fraud

“I am a white person who has incorrectly identified as Native my whole life, based on incomplete information,”Elizabeth Hoover, US professor The recent exposure of yet another individual posing as an Indigenous person, or a “Pretendian” in this specific case,…
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The Hidden Agenda of Corporate and Government Virtue Signaling: Blakwashing

In recent years, we have seen a growing trend towards governments and companies promoting their social and environmental responsibility. And in order to counteract deceptive and inaccurate marketing in the realm of environmentalism, a term known as “greenwashing” was coined,…
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Concern Red Chief Local Aboriginal Land Council Administrator’s Performance

Dear Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty, The Hon. David Harris MP, I am writing to express my concerns about the management and operation of the Red Chief Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC) under the Administrator, Mr. Tim Gumbleton. As…
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Win a Dream Car: How to Organise a Successful Raffle Car Event

Raffle car events can be a fun and effective way to raise money for a charity or organisation. By offering a chance to win a dream car, you can attract a large number of participants and generate significant funds. But…
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The Importance of Supporting Indigenous Businesses

Indigenous businesses play a crucial role in promoting economic development and social justice within their communities. By supporting these businesses, you can help to empower people and promote sustainable economic growth. Understanding the Impact of Colonisation on Communities The impact…
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Gunnedah Aboriginal Voices & Red Chief Local Aboriginal Land Council Must Push for Change

Criticism mounts as Red Chief Local Aboriginal Land Council lacks event policy after $81k consultant hire

Gunnedah, Australia, April 2023 — Tim Gumbleton‘s appointment as Administrator of the Red Chief LALC was expected to lead to significant improvements, but four months on, there is still no event policy in place, leaving many to wonder if he…
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5 Raffle Prize Ideas That Will Get People Excited About Your Fundraiser

If you’re looking to increase ticket sales for your fundraiser, offering exciting raffle prizes can be a great way to generate interest and excitement. From luxurious vacations to high-tech gadgets, here are five amazing raffle prizes that are sure to…
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How to Play Australia Lotto and Increase Your Chances of Winning

If you’re feeling lucky and want to try your hand at Australia Lotto, you’re in the right place. This guide will walk you through the basics of how to play, as well as provide some tips and tricks to help…
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The Psychology Behind Why We Buy Lottery Tickets

A lottery is a popular form of gambling that offers the chance to win big money with a small investment but why do people buy lottery tickets? What is it about the allure of the lottery that makes us willing…
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Top Strategies to Increase Your Chances of Winning Lottery NSW

If you’re a lottery player in New South Wales, you may be wondering how to increase your chances of winning big. While there’s no guaranteed way to win the lottery, there are some strategies you can use to improve your…
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Top Strategies for Winning the Lotto: Expert Tips and Tricks

Winning the lotto can be a life-changing event, but it’s not always easy to get the winning numbers. Luckily, there are some strategies you can use to increase your chances of winning. From choosing the right numbers to playing with…
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Why More People are Choosing to Buy Lotto Online

Are you tired of waiting in long lines at gas stations or convenience stores just to buy a lotto ticket? The good news is that now you can purchase your tickets online from the comfort of your own home. This…
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The Ultimate Guide to Lotto Play: Tips, Tricks, and Strategies

Are you ready to take your lotto game to the next level? Whether you’re a seasoned player or just starting out, this ultimate guide has everything you need to know about lotto play. From tips and tricks to strategies for…
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The Pros and Cons of Playing Online Lottery in Australia

Online lottery in Australia is becoming increasingly popular, with many people opting to buy tickets and try their luck from the comfort of their own homes. However, as with any form of gambling, there are both advantages and disadvantages to…
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The Most Powerful Inspirational Quotes From World Leaders

From politicians to activists, athletes to artists, the country has no shortage of people who have motivated and inspired others with their words and actions. In this article, we will share some of the most powerful and inspiring quotes from…
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5 Inspirational Quotes to Motivate You Today in Australia

Are you feeling unmotivated or uninspired? Sometimes, all it takes is a little push to get going again. That’s where inspirational quotes come in. Here are five inspirational quotes to motivate you today in Australia: “Success is not final, failure…
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How Indigenous Mentoring Can Benefit Your Career and Community

Mentoring is a powerful tool that can help individuals and communities thrive. By connecting with mentors, individuals can gain valuable insights into traditional knowledge, cultural practices, and community values. In this article, we’ll explore the benefits of Indigenous mentoring and…
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5 Ways to Incorporate Wisdom into Your Daily Life

Wisdom is often associated with age and experience, but it’s never too early or late to start incorporating it into daily life. By following these 10 simple tips, you can cultivate wisdom and live a more fulfilling life. Practice mindfulness…
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Win a Gift Card: Enter Our Giveaway Today!

Looking for a chance to win a gift card? Look no further! Enter our giveaway today for a chance to win a prize that could make your day. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to potentially win big just before…
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The Ultimate Guide to Playing and Winning the NT Lottery

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Support Indigenous Australian Communities: 2023 Top Charities to Donate to

Australians face unique challenges and struggles, including poverty, discrimination, and health disparities. If you want to make a difference in their lives, consider supporting one of these top charities that work to empower and uplift communities. Learn about their missions…
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The Power of Backing Yourself: How to Believe in Your Own Abilities

Backing yourself means having confidence in your abilities and believing in your potential to achieve your goals. It’s an important mindset to have, but it’s not always easy to cultivate. Here are some tips to help you back yourself and…
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The Top 5 Venture Capital Firms in Australia

If you’re an entrepreneur or startup founder in Australia, finding the right venture capital (VC) firm can be crucial to the success of your business. With so many options available, it can be difficult to know where to start. That’s…
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An Encyclopedia of Australian Proverbs and Meanings

Unlock the secrets of Australian culture by discovering the hidden meanings behind long-standing traditions in proverbs! With our extensive database, you can explore centuries worth of wisdom and wit from local dialects and unique expressions. “Blood is thicker than water.”…
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Uplifting Quotes By Indigenous Activists To Empower You

Through their words of encouragement, Indigenous activists have the power to inspire and empower us to live with love and appreciation for our culture and history. In this post, you’ll find uplifting quotes from Indigenous activists that promote self-love, remind…
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How to Set Up a Raffle for a Car (Step by Step)

Setting up a car raffle can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. With the right steps and planning, you can easily get your raffle off the ground and start collecting funds. Here’s a step-by-step guide to…
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5 Tips to Increase Entries into Your Raffle Car Sweepstakes

Organising raffle car sweepstakes can be a great way to raise money for your organisation but if you don’t know the right techniques for boosting interest and promoting participation, your raffle car event may end up being a flop. Here…
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Winning the Lottery in Australia – A Comprehensive Guide

Ready to win the lottery in Australia? Lottery games provide a chance for people to make their dreams come true, from buying their dream houses to planning an early retirement. This guide outlines the mechanics and strategies involved in winning…
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Everything You Need to Know About Prize Lotteries

Have you ever dreamed of winning an exciting prize? With a little knowledge and luck, your dreams may come true! In this guide, find out all you need to know about participating in lotteries, including the rules to follow, tips…
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A Guide to Winning Big Cash Prizes

Winning a competition can be an exciting and rewarding experience, especially when the prize is tangible. If you’re looking for an extra incentive to step up your game, cash prizes might be just what you need. In this guide, you’ll…
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The Ultimate Guide to Buying Lotto Tickets Online

Introduction to Buying Lotto Tickets Online In recent years, buying lottery tickets has become more convenient with the advent of online lottery providers. Instead of going to a physical store or retailer to purchase your tickets, you can now easily…
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Historical Quotes to Celebrate Country

Inspire patriotism and appreciation of your country with meaningful quotes from both the past and present. Whether you’re looking for a quote about national identity, geography, or pride, there are gems within these collections as we celebrate our beautiful country,…
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Promoting Indigenous Business Growth Around the World

Indigenous businesses are an important part of the global economy and a source of invaluable cultural enrichment, yet many face distinct challenges due to centuries of marginalisation. This guide explores these obstacles, provides insights on how to foster Indigenous business…
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Reaping the Benefits From Aboriginal Business Investment

Investing in Aboriginal businesses is an important way to support the economic growth of Indigenous communities. When carefully planned and executed, investing in an Aboriginal business can bring incredible financial rewards and make a positive impact and help close the…
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The Science Behind Lottery Numbers: How to Pick Your Lucky Numbers

Lottery numbers are the key to unlocking the grand prize, but picking the right ones is easier said than done. People often rely on superstition, lucky digits, or even their horoscope to choose their lottery numbers but there’s a science…
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Where to Find Free or Cheap Raffle Prizes

Running a raffle can be a great way to engage your audience, but it can also be a challenge to find prizes that are fun and cost-effective. Fortunately, there are lots of ways to source great raffle prizes without draining…
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Secrets of Winning the Lottery – Tips on Buying Tickets

Got a hunch you’ll win big? Get ahead of the game with these expert tips on buying lottery tickets. Learn how to maximise your chances of success! If you’re feeling lucky, it’s time to take the plunge and buy a…
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Winning with Australia Lottery – Tips, Strategies and Tactics

If you want to increase your chances of winning the Australian lottery, there are some helpful strategies you can use. From improving your odds of success by understanding the lottery system and choosing numbers wisely, to setting a budget for…
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The Impact of Aboriginal Mentoring Programs: A Comprehensive Review

Mentoring programs for Indigenous peoples have emerged as a vital intervention for closing the achievement gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations. Aboriginal mentoring programs, in particular, have gained traction as an effective tool for fostering educational success, cultural identity, and…
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Australia Lottery: A Chance to Win Big and Support Good Causes

Introduction: Australia’s Love Affair with Lotteries Lotteries have always been a popular form of gambling and entertainment, and Australia is no exception. The country has a variety of lotteries available, from state-run lotteries to privately-owned ones. The most popular lotteries…
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3 Amazing Indigenous Artists You Need to Know About

Indigenous art has a unique and special place in Australian culture. From intricate dot paintings to breathtaking landscapes, Indigenous art has captured the imagination of people worldwide. There are many Indigenous artists who have made a significant contribution to the…
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Why an Online Raffle Could Be the Perfect Fundraising Idea for Your Charity

Are you looking for a creative way to fundraise for your charity? Have you considered hosting an online raffle? It’s an excellent method for collecting much-needed donations while engaging with your supporters in a fun and interactive way. Introduction: Rethinking…
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5 Reasons to Buy Your Lotto Tickets Online Instead of In Person

Do you love to play the lottery but dread waiting in long lines just to purchase a ticket? The good news is, you can now conveniently buy your lotto tickets online from the comfort of your own home. Not only…
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Exploring Indigenous Art: History, Techniques, and Inspiration

Indigenous art has been an important part of Australia’s cultural heritage for tens of thousands of years and is a testament to the rich and complex history of First Peoples and their connection to the land. It’s an incredibly diverse…
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5 Tips for Promoting Your Online Raffle and Boosting Ticket Sales

Hosting an online raffle can be a fun and effective way to raise money for a cause or organisation. However, to ensure the success of your fundraiser, you’ll need to promote it effectively and make sure it’s visible to potential…
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The Ultimate Guide to Lotto Draw: How to Play and Win Big

Are you feeling lucky and ready to try your hand at the lotto draw? Knowing how to play and increasing your chances of winning can make all the difference. From picking your numbers to understanding the odds, this ultimate guide…
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Ten Aboriginal Quotes and Sayings on Spirituality, Nature, and Humanity

Australian Aboriginal culture has a rich history of storytelling, art, and spirituality that has been passed down for generations. Many of the teachings from this culture offer insights into the interconnectedness of nature and humanity, and the importance of spirituality…
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The Unique Beauty and History of Indigenous Dot Painting

Dot painting is a traditional Aboriginal art form that has gained international recognition for its unique beauty and cultural significance. The technique involves using dots to create intricate patterns and designs that represent stories from Aboriginal Dreamtime mythology, history, and…
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Exploring the Rich Cultural Significance of Aboriginal Artwork

Aboriginal art is a rich and expressive form of art that has been practised for thousands of years by Indigenous Australians. It is deeply connected to culture, spirituality, and the natural environment. This guide provides an insight into the different…
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Aboriginal Art App

Aboriginal art is a rich and diverse part of Australian culture, encompassing a wide range of styles, techniques, and traditions. It is a form of artistry that has been passed down through generations of Indigenous Australians and has played an…
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Aboriginal Art Gallery

The First Nations Art Exhibition Chrome Extension is a revolutionary tool for those who appreciate the beauty and depth of Indigenous art. It provides an opportunity for people to explore and appreciate their work from the comfort of their own…
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5 Proven Strategies To Maximise ROI of Your Raffle Tickets

If you’ve ever organised a raffle, you know that selling tickets are key to a successful fundraising event. But what do you do when your ticket sales aren’t meeting your expectations? Here are five proven strategies that can help you…
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Understanding the History of Aboriginal Art and the Best Places to Buy It

Discover the rich history of Aboriginal art and where to buy authentic pieces in this comprehensive guide. From traditional dot paintings to contemporary works, we have you covered. Aboriginal art is a vibrant and diverse form of expression, reflecting the…
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The Pros and Cons of Playing the Lottery

The lottery is a popular form of gambling, with millions of people around the world buying tickets every week. While winning the jackpot can be life-changing, there are also risks and downsides to playing this game. Before deciding whether or…
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Venture Capital in Australia

The industry has grown significantly in Australia over the past decade, with more investors and firms emerging to support the growth of the country’s startup ecosystem. Venture capital is a type of financing that provides funds to startups or early-stage…
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Winning the Lottery in Australia – A Guide for Beginners

Ready to try your luck at Australia’s Lottery? Whether you’re a first-time player or an experienced gambler, here’s what you need to know about increasing your chances of winning and understanding the rules of the game. Learn the Rules of…
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Play the Lottery From Home! How to Buy Lotto Tickets Online Safely

Are you looking to buy lottery tickets online but don’t know where or how to start? You’re in luck! In this guide, we’ll explore the safety measures and steps involved in making a purchase and provide some tips along the…
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Everything You Need to Know About Buying Online Lottery Tickets

Playing the lottery online has become an increasingly popular pastime and with good reason: it’s easy, convenient, and can be done virtually anywhere. Here is a comprehensive guide to help you get started so you can start playing online today!…
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How to Sell More Raffle Tickets: Tips and Tricks

Raffle tickets are a popular and effective way to raise funds for a charity or organisation. However, selling enough tickets to reach your fundraising goals can be challenging. In this article, we will discuss some tips and tricks to help…
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Exploring Aboriginal Economic Strategies for Self-Reliance

An Aboriginal economy is a unique form of an economic strategy that incorporates ancient practices, cultural traditions, and modern technologies to benefit Indigenous communities. By examining the challenges faced by Aboriginal people and looking for opportunities to create economic self-reliance,…
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First Nations Economy

The First Nations economy in Australia has long been overlooked and underdeveloped, but recent efforts are being made to change that. The First Nations people are the original custodians of the land and have a deep connection to it and by empowering the…
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The Top 5 Websites for Checking Recent Lotto Results

If you’re a lotto player, you know the excitement of checking your numbers and hoping for a big win. To make it easy to stay up-to-date on the latest lotto results, we’ve compiled a list of the top 5 websites…
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5 Benefits of Joining a Business Mentorship Program

Business mentorship programs pair experienced professionals and entrepreneurs with those starting out in their career or business, providing tailored advice and support to help them succeed. Such benefits vary from improved confidence and increased learning opportunities to invaluable networking connections…
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How to Select the Right Indigenous Charities to Donate to in 2023

If you’re looking for a way to support the cause of Indigenous people, consider donating to an Indigenous charity. Donating to an Indigenous charity can help make a real difference in the lives of those affected by colonialism and systemic…
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5 Advantages of Joining a Business Mentor Program

Starting and growing a business can be an intimidating process. Fortunately, business mentor programs provide the resources and guidance to help aspiring entrepreneurs succeed. Find out more about the benefits of mentorship and tips for finding the best program for…
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Understanding the Power of an Indigenous Mentoring Program

An Indigenous Mentoring Program can be an invaluable source of support for both mentors and mentees, providing a safe and open space to explore personal goals, overcome challenges, and develop skills. Through such programs, Indigenous youth can learn from and…
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Like & Share To Win A Gift Card!

Want to win a free gift card? Show your support by liking and sharing this post! Enter now to join the competition and be in with a chance to take home the prize. Follow Us On Social Media Make sure…
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Unlock the Wisdom of Aboriginal Proverbs for Yourself

Aboriginal proverbs are full of ancient wisdom, deep meanings and cultural teachings. By exploring these proverbs, we have the opportunity to learn about Aboriginal culture and gain insight into the traditional beliefs, values and rituals that have been passed down…
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Unlock the Wisdom of Aboriginal Proverbs for Yourself

Aboriginal proverbs are more than just words – they are pieces of wisdom that capture the richness of Indigenous cultures and beliefs, as well as offer insight into their relationship with each other and the environment. By exploring these sayings…
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Where to Find the Best Business Mentors in Sydney

Are you looking for some guidance to take your business ideas to the next level? The best way to find the help you need is by connecting with experienced business mentors in Sydney. Learn more about the resources available and…
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Everything You Need to Know About Participating in the Lottery Raffle

Lottery raffles are an exciting way to win big prizes and experience the thrill of competing with many others for a chance at winning. From how lottery raffles work, to tips and tricks on increasing your odds of success, this…
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A Collection of Inspiring Australian Aboriginal Proverbs

Drawing on centuries of accumulated cultural knowledge, Australian Aboriginal proverbs offer timeless wisdom and insight. These captivating sayings convey powerful truths about life, relationships, and the natural world in a concise and memorable way. “Learn from yesterday, live for today,…
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Traditional Aboriginal Sayings to Live By

Aboriginal sayings offer a unique insight into the wisdom of Indigenous Australians, passed down through generations. From lessons about courage and resilience to reminders of our connection with nature and each other, these sayings are an important part of Australia’s…
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Support Indigenous Charities: 3 Australian Charitable Organisations

Have you ever wondered how you can make a difference in the lives of Indigenous Australians? There are many ways to get involved and contribute, such as supporting various charitable organisations. Here, we will look at three indigenous charities and…
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5 Respectful Quotes to Promote Understanding of Aboriginal Culture

Respect for Aboriginal culture is essential to learn and uphold. In this article, we’ve gathered 30 quotes from thought-provoking individuals that serve as a reminder of why it’s important to treat Indigenous peoples with the same respect and dignity that…
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4 Aboriginal Proverbs to Inspire Positive Change

Aboriginal proverbs offer profound insight into life, love and relationships, and can serve as powerful reminders to help us think about our actions and their consequences. Here are seven inspiring proverbs from Aboriginal culture that can help motivate you on…
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An Inside Look at Successful Entrepreneurship Accelerators

Entrepreneurship accelerators provide amazing opportunities for founders to level up their skills, gain new insights, and grow relationships within the startup community. From networking events to training activities, these accelerators offer much more than just funding — they are a…
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Supporting Aboriginal Charities: A Guide for Non-Indigenous People

Donate to a good cause and empower First Nations Learn how to support Aboriginal charities with this reliable resource for non-Indigenous people. So,s upporting Aboriginal charities is a great way to help promote Indigenous advancement and empower communities. And this…
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Investing in the Future: The Benefits of an Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship Program

Investing in Aboriginal youth entrepreneurship programs is an essential first step towards a more diverse, resilient and prosperous Australian economy. By providing Indigenous entrepreneurs with access to capital, support networks, mentorship programs and education, it’s possible to create a new…
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Exploring the Benefits of Mentorship in Indigenous Communities

Mentoring has been a part of Indigenous culture for generations and is seen as an important part of preserving cultural knowledge and passing on lifeways to younger generations. Mentoring relationships help to build trust between mentors and mentees, strengthen communities,…
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The Impact of an Indigenous Mentorship Program in Your Community

Looking to bridge the gap between the Indigenous and non-Indigenous community? An Indigenous mentorship program might be a great way to start conversations, build trust, and learn about each other’s cultures. Learn more about how setting up a program can…
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How to Find a Great Business Mentor in Australia

Finding the right business mentor in Australia can take your company to the next level. With their knowledge and experience, a great mentor can help you strategize, troubleshoot, and manage resources more effectively while also connecting you with potential customers…
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Why Donating to Aboriginal Charities is Important

Aboriginal charities play a crucial role in the lives of Indigenous people and their communities. By donating to an Aboriginal charity, you can help address issues such as poverty, low educational outcomes, and health inequality. Learn more about why it…
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A Guide to Applying for First Nations Awards

Applying for Indigenous awards can be overwhelming and the process daunting, but the rewards can be invaluable. Here, you will find resources to help you navigate applying for a first nations award, such as tips on how to choose the…
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Giving Back: The 3 Best Aboriginal Charities in 2023

With so many organisations claiming to do good, it can be difficult to find the right Aboriginal charities to support with your donations. So here are some quick tips on supporting Aboriginal charities: Do your research: Look for charities that…
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Issue 14 | Indigipreneur Digest

Indigipreneur Digest is a weekly compilation of the best business news and articles, by Barayamal. Enjoyed best with a cup of coffee. First Nations entrepreneurs are still fighting ‘the white boys club’, as major banks try to improve Rayleen Brown has…
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What is decolonising Australia?

Decolonisation refers to the process of undoing the cultural and political effects of colonisation, which refers to the process of a country or region being brought under the control of another country and being subjected to its policies and systems…
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Can Lotto Be Rigged?

A lottery can be rigged, but it’s unlikely to happen in countries with strict regulations and oversight of the lottery system because they are closely monitored to ensure that the games are fair (more so than ‘games of skill’) and…
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2022 Year in Review: Indigenous Identity Fraud And The Rise Of Global Capitalism

2022 Year in Review: Indigenous Identity Fraud And The Rise Of Global “Capitalism”

In 2020 and 2021, the COVID pandemic, lockdowns, and other crazy stuff dominated our lives, but many people hoped that this year might be a bit less crazy…. then came 2022, and it was kind of the same thing, but…
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Quotes About Life Free Wisdom App

Quotes about life can be good for a variety of reasons. They can offer encouragement, motivation, inspiration, or a new perspective on a particular situation. They can also provide comfort, solace, or wisdom in times of difficulty or uncertainty. Some…
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