Qld's coronavirus restrictions turn Aboriginal artists into fashion designers

[Ellie Grounds, ABC]

Sisters Joyce Crombie and Jean Barr-Crombie spent their childhood among the rich red sand dunes of Birdsville in far-west Queensland, fossicking for wild fruit, and watching the changing colours of the Diamantina River in flood time.

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Aboriginal families locked out of their communities are quarantining in 'Camp Beautiful'

[Sam Okely, SBS]

About 280 kilometres north of Adelaide, native title holders have joined forces in the hope of saving the lives and culture of those considered among the most vulnerable to coronavirus.

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Charles Sturt fosters a culture of giving back to students

[by Nicole Barlow]

More than $50,000 has been donated in 2020 to-date via the CSUGive program, funding a range of scholarships and programs to give students more opportunities.

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CQU’s training helps Teacher Aides continue to support students

by Greg Chapman

A traineeship partnership between CQU and Wadja Wadja High School at Woorabinda is helping teacher aides Diane Sigai and Brenda McNeill find new ways to connect with students.

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