Senator the Hon Mark Arbib
Senator the Hon Mark Arbib was Minister for Indigenous Employment and Economic Development, Minister for Social Housing and Homelessness and Minister for Sport between 28 September 2010 and 14 December 2011.
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Micro business opportunities for Indigenous people in Far North Queensland
Nineteen Indigenous Australians in Far North Queensland will receive support and mentoring to start their own micro businesses with support from the Australian Government’s Indigenous Employment…
Minister welcomes historic athletics partnership
Minister for Sport Mark Arbib today welcomed the next step in the historic joint venture between Little Athletics Australia and Athletics Australia with the appointment of a new National…
2012 NRL Indigenous All Stars team and jersey launch
The National Centre for Indigenous Excellence today hosted the 2012 NRL Indigenous All Stars team announcement and jersey launch.
Tailored support to help Groote Eylandters get into construction
The Australian Government has provided funding to deliver training and dedicated employment support to 30 Aboriginal workers on Groote Eylandt in the Gulf of Carpentaria.
Minister pays tribute to League legend Artie Beetson
Minister for Sport and Minister for Indigenous Employment and Economic Development Mark Arbib today paid tribute to Australian sporting hero and Indigenous role model Arthur ‘Artie’ Beetson.
Indigenous women preparing for business administration roles in Orange
Ten Indigenous women have started a business administration training and employment program in Orange with support from the Australian Government’s Indigenous Employment Program.
Hospitality project leads to Indigenous jobs in remote South Australia
Up to 40 Indigenous job seekers in Ceduna and the Far West Coast of South Australia will be given pre-employment training and supported into employment in the hospitality industry as a result of…
40 INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS SET FOR JOBS IN THE MEAT PROCESSING INDUSTRY
Forty Indigenous Australian jobseekers in Rockhampton will be placed in jobs with Teys Brothers, the city’s largest employer, with the support of NEATO Employment Services and the Indigenous…
40 RAIL FREIGHT JOBS FOR INDIGENOUS WORKERS
Forty Indigenous jobseekers are set to get jobs with one of Australia’s largest independent rail freight companies, K&S Freighters, with support from the Australian Government’s Indigenous…
610 SCHOOL BASED TRAINEESHIPS TO INCREASE SCHOOL RETENTION AND TRANSITION TO JOBS
Sixteen organisations from across Australia have been selected to deliver the Indigenous Youth Careers Pathways Program to 610 Indigenous students in Years 11 and 12.
60 new jobs for Indigenous Australians in Greater Sydney
60 Indigenous Australians will receive training and employment in a variety of industries in the Greater Sydney area with assistance from the Australian Government’s Indigenous Employment Program…
200 JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS WITH COLES
Coles supermarkets will provide job opportunities for over 200 Indigenous people around Australia as part of the Australian Government’s Indigenous Employment Program.