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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Brisbane student wins first NRL Learn. Earn. Legend! Community Award
Holly Wilson from Bundamba State Secondary College in Queensland was awarded the inaugural 2011 Young Indigenous Learn. Earn.
Expert advice to boost Indigenous enterprise
Minister for Indigenous Employment and Economic Development Mark Arbib today joined Indigenous business leaders in Sydney to discuss how to support and grow the Indigenous business sector.
New training centre to help sailors prepare for London
The Australian Sailing Team’s new National Training Centre in Sydney’s Middle Harbour will ensure our world class athletes and coaches can continue to perform on the international stage.
Government supports Indigenous tourism
The Gillard Government today announced the sponsorship of two tourism conferences for Indigenous tourism in Australia.
Deadly Days to inspire hundreds of North Coast Indigenous students
Indigenous community leaders will share stories of dreaming with hundreds of Indigenous school students from the NSW north coast during the Deadly Days: Dreaming my Future Festival which starts in…
Indigenous music festival brings dreaming to life in the Territory
A local men’s song and dance group, known as Atetherr or ‘budgerigar dreaming’, has been revived at Tanami’s most influential festival for school students in the Northern Territory, MOB Fest,…
Department of Infrastructure and Transport signs up to support Indigenous business
The Department of Infrastructure and Transport is the latest Commonwealth department to become a member of the Australian Indigenous Minority Supplier Council (AIMSC) and support certified…
Indigenous leaders of tomorrow experience life in Government
Indigenous students from across the country have converged on Parliament House today to undertake a week of work experience with the Australian Government.
40 Indigenous jobs for south west Perth
A new job and training program for Indigenous job seekers living in the south west metropolitan area of Perth will provide 40 jobs in the retail, hospitality and local government sectors.
Government builds youth aspirations in the western desert
Eight young Indigenous jobseekers are being trained as youth workers in their remote East Pilbara communities as a result of the Australian Government’s Indigenous Employment Program (IEP).
NSW Origin Legends help inspire young Indigenous Australians in Mt Druitt
The NSW Origin Legends Indigenous Jobs Market at Mt Druitt today is bringing together more than 80 organisations, including regional and national employers, with the support of the Australian…
53 Indigenous Jobs for Bundaberg's Retail Sector
Fifty-three Indigenous Australians in Bundaberg will be given job opportunities thanks to the ‘Shop 66’ Indigenous Employment Program in Bundaberg.