Ranger Group Coordinators – Central Land Council

Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Vacancies exist for Coordinators of established Aboriginal community ranger groups in the CLC region. The preferred applicants will have a good mix of practical hands-on NRM skills, a demonstrated awareness of issues faced by remote Aboriginal communities, strong communication skills and demonstrated experience in coordinating a small team (indigenous land management or landcare group) to achieve successful on-ground outcomes. The positions are based in remote Aboriginal communities working closely with traditional owners.

Location: Regional, Northern Territory.
Working hours: Full time.
Salary: Base Salary of $67,058 - $83,199.
Applications close: Monday, 15 December, 2014.
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Training & Resource Officer - Indigenous early childhood care

Thursday, 31 July 2014

The Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC) is the national peak body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children and Families. SNAICC is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated Training and Resource Officer to assist in the delivery of current training programs for staff in early childhood and child and family welfare services. You will contribute to the design, development and delivery of new SNAICC Training Packages. Regular travel nationally is required.

Location: North Fitzroy, Melbourne, Vic.
Working hours: Full-time.
Salary: $62-67,000 + 9.25% Super (Salary Packaging offered $16,050 tax free, & meals entertainment)
Applications close: Monday 4 August, 2014.
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Our wild kitchens

Thursday, 5 June 2014

Australia’s newest TV chef is showcasing Indigenous wild Bushfoods. Clayton Donovan talks to us about the importance of simple, fresh and local food.

Native foods

Twisted tucker- Sunday roast with an Indigenous twist

June 23, 2013

Outback Chef Jude Mayall is teaming up with Sustainable Table to bring a taste of Aboriginal culture to your life and kitchen. Learn how to create a range of native, palatable delights, mix drinks with Australian botanicals and grow indigenous edible plants in your own backyard while indulging in a two-course seasonal lunch at the Merri Table Cafe. The day includes a native edibles talk and tour, lunch and canapes, a cooking demonstration, three matched alcoholic beverages and some native seedlings to take home and enjoy. Vegan and vegetarian friendly. Gluten free options available.

Where: The Merri Table, CERES, Cnr Roberts and Stewarts Streets, East Brunswick, Vic.
When: Sunday June 23, 2013.
Cost: $110. For a limited time only, get 10% off on group bookings of 4 or more.
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Nuclear waste dump politics

Friday, 11 May 2012

Controversy has erupted around around the The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation applying for a licence to store the waste in an 800 square metre interim warehouse at Lucas Heights from 2015. Locals are angry and Australian governments are reluctant to find a proper storage facility. It's an out of sight, out of mind policy.

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