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Federal Election 2016: where did the parties and independents stand on Indigenous rangers?
Indigenous rangers launch Working for Our Country report in Parliament
The Guardian: Indigenous rangers call for expansion of 'world-leading' jobs scheme

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Why did 5 rep's from Lama Lama Rangers go to Canberra?

Lama Lama Rangers work to protect some of Australia's most beautiful land and sea country in Cape York, Queensland. Last month, representatives from the Lama Lama Rangers went to Canberra to talk to Parliamentarians about the need to act now to extend ranger contracts beyond June 2018 so they can continue their work controlling weeds and feral animals, maintaining tourism and cultural sites, protecting wildlife and patrolling the coastline.

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Actions speak louder than words: Where do the major parties in Queensland stand on growing Indigenous ranger jobs?

Queenslanders are heading to the voting booths on Saturday so we wanted to make sure you know where the major parties stand on growing the number of Indigenous ranger jobs.

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Deadly Science Getaway - shaping the future for Indigenous girls in science

Check out this blog from Deadly Science Getaway, a project which aims to illuminate pathways for young Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander women, aged 13-18, from remote communities in Cape York, including Wujal Wujal, Coen, Kowanyama, Aurukun, Lockart River, Pompuraaw, Mapoon and Bamaga to pursue careers that inspire them such as a ranger, marine biologist, natural resource manager, doctor, nurse or leading enrichment programs for Indigenous kids. 

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Saving Alwal, the golden-shouldered parrot, on Cape York

The future of the golden-shouldered parrot depends on the level of support given to the good work of Olkola land management.

- Article from Country Needs People's 'Protecting nature for all of us: Environmental benefits of Australia's Indigenous Protected Areas and Indigenous rangers' report. Olkola Aboriginal Corporation is a supporting organisation of the Country Needs People campaign.

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