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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Hospitality training and jobs for 60 Indigenous people
Up to 60 Indigenous Australians can look forward to training and employment in the hospitality industry, as a result the Australian Government’s Indigenous Employment Program funding.
Jobs with Townsville City Council for Indigenous job seekers
Twelve long-term unemployed Indigenous job seekers who have had recent contact with the criminal justice system have been given the opportunity to work with Townsville City Council as a result of…
Indigenous Economic Development Strategy
The Minister for Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, Jenny Macklin, today released the Gillard Government’s long-term strategy to increase participation of Indigenous…
Indigenous music festival inspires Walgett students to attend school
Over 250 Indigenous students from five schools in the Walgett region have come together to celebrate the Western NSW MOBFEST, funded by the Australian Government’s $3 million Community Festivals…
Red Cross teams up with Government to provide 300 Indigenous jobs
Four Indigenous community organisations have teamed up with the Australian Red Cross in south east Queensland to offer mentoring, training and employment for up to 300 job seekers, in a new…
Inmates send positive messages to Indigenous students
Junee Jail inmates are sharing positive messages with Indigenous students about staying in school, through a film to air at the Ngiyaginya Aboriginal Festival in Wagga Wagga.
100 jobs for Queensland’s Indigenous job seekers
AllStaff Australia is placing 100 Indigenous jobseekers into a range of jobs across Queensland as part of the Gillard Government’s Indigenous Employment Program.
Everyone encouraged to do their bit on World Homelessness Day
The Australian Government today marked World Homelessness Day by encouraging all Australians and organisations to do their part to help address homelessness.
16 Indigenous graduates join WA marine transport industry
A group of West Australian Indigenous job seekers has secured work in the marine transport industry, thanks to more than $320 000 in support from the Australian Government.
Captains’ Forum focuses on making sport accessible
Minister for Sport Mark Arbib today welcomed members of the 2011 Captains’ Forum to the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE) in Redfern, Sydney as they discuss issues facing Australian…
20 Indigenous Australians get building skills in the Torres Strait
Indigenous Australians on Mer Island in the Torres Strait are benefiting from an employment project designed to skill them for jobs with a new school precinct building program.
Local legends launch Bathurst Indigenous Jobs Market
About 1000 job seekers and senior school students attended the Indigenous Jobs Market in Bathurst today, hosted by the NSW Origin Legends.