On the eve of International Day of People with Disability, a plaque to recognise our Indigenous Paralympians was unveiled at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE). The plaque, situated … Read more here
Mumford & Sons, The Vaccines and many others played soccer for charity at the NCIE.
The NCIE was once again proud to host part of the Redfern Harmony Nines tournament, now in its fifth consecutive year. The competition brings the community together to celebrate the … Read more here
Recently our Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) team headed to Thursday Island in the Torres Strait to share robotics, online gaming and 3D printing experiences with young leaders in the community. … Read more here
Aunty Beryl Van-Oploo has been working in hospitality since she entered the workforce. She’s a respected Redfern elder and role model. She’s gained this recognition from her dedication to the … Read more here
The NCIE was a fitting place to launch the Murray Chapman Memorial Indigenous Land Management Scholarship, recognising excellence in the area of land management. Tamara Murdock, a descendant of the … Read more here
‘Clouded History’, a feature length documentary that uncovers the distressing rates of smoking in our communities, premiered during National Reconciliation Week 2015.
March was a busy month here at the NCIE with a number of big events and conferences held in our facilities. We were delighted to host the Australian Taxation Office for … Read more here
2015 marked five years since we officially opened the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, on Friday the 26th of February in 2010, on the site of the former Redfern Public School.
Carly Phillips is a Bundjalung and Gumbayngirr woman who was born in Grafton but spent most of her life in Coogee and Maroubra. Sport has always played an important role … Read more here