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Voyages starts new voyage for 42

Forty-two Indigenous trainees from across Australia graduated with a Certificate II or III from the National Indigenous Training Academy at Ayers Rock Resort recently.

The year-long accredited training programme is coupled with enterprise-based training ensuring they have the qualifications, skills and experience to succeed in the workplace.

The graduates will take up employment at one of three Voyages properties, or they have the option of seeking employment in positions across the wider tourism industry.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 November 2014 07:29

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Brisbane Aboriginal Sovereign Embassy confronts ‘Genocidal20’

CommunityHundreds of First Nations Peoples were joined by thousands of non-Indigenous supporters on the streets of Brisbane with an estimated three to four thousand people rallying at the Roma Street Forum before marching to the Brisbane Aboriginal Sovereign Embassy at Musgrave Park in a protest to highlight issues confronting First Nations Peoples at the G20 Summit.

With activities that stretched over a week, each day...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 08:12

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