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New report finds Kimberley women rangers delivering results for people and nature

We're in Broome, celebrating the importance of Indigenous women ranger jobs and Indigenous Protected Areas in protecting country and transforming lives in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities here in the Kimberley.


Five NEW Indigenous Protected Areas announced

Big congrats to the Ngururrpa, Ngadju, Spinifex Pilki, Olkola, Crocodile Islands traditional owners with the announcement of $2.5 million for new Indigenous Protected Areas on their country.


Bigger than Tasmania. Yanunijarra joins the Country Needs People campaign

We’re excited to welcome Yanunijarra Aboriginal Corporation (YAC) as the most recent Aboriginal organisation to add its support to the Country Needs People campaign and call for more Indigenous rangers and Indigenous Protected Areas.


Where do the major South Australian parties stand on Indigenous rangers?

South Australians are heading to the voting booths on Saturday so we wanted to make sure you know where the major parties stand on building Indigenous ranger jobs in our state.