Black Magic Woman Podcast - Lynda Maybanks

IBA have partnered with the Black Magic Woman Podcast to bring you a series of episodes that will be based on a variety of topics including housing, business, youth, women, investing, financial literacy, economic development and COVID-19 recovery. On episode 67 of the podcast, Mundanara yarns with her fourth guest of the IBA partnership series - […]

Fact sheets for constructing a home

IBA created a series of videos and fact sheets for those interested in building their own home. This is to support our regional construction home loans but applies to anyone wanting to review building their own home. The 5-part video series (20 mins total), called BRICK BY BRICK, includes a discussion between Yawaru woman Justine Kinney and property […]

IBA NAIDOC Virtual Event: Healing Country, Learning from Land.

IBA invites you to join us in a panel discussion about what it means to heal country. From sustainable land management practices, using ancient knowledge for healing, and empowering communities to be decision makers in protecting and caring for sacred places - this event is not to be missed. IBA NAIDOC Virtual Event: Healing Country, […]

Space data comes through Alice Springs

CSIRO are working with Australia’s first and only Aboriginal owned-and-operated ground station provider to bring data down to Earth. The ground station, located near Alice Springs and owned by the Centre for Appropriate Technology (CfAT), will download the data from the NovaSAR-1 satellite as it passes overhead. This data is then sent to the CSIRO […]

#RealTalkHour - Passion for Fashion

Did you miss our #RealTalkHour – Passion for Fashion event? Following a historic Australian Fashion Week for First Nations people, our host Nathan McGuire yarned with leading Aboriginal fashion designers and models Felicia Foxx, Liandra Gaykamangu, Samantha Harris and Corina Muir about their experiences and learnings in the industry and their vision for the future […]

IBA sponsor CEDA series, "Empowering First Nations Peoples"

IBA are proud to sponsor a 3-part series on "Empowering First Nations Peoples" with the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA). As a CEDA member, IBA support the initiatives of informed debate on relevant issues that matter for the greater good. In this first session, CEDA will bring together a panel to discuss attracting […]

Helpful videos for those wanting to constructing their own home

Owning a home is the single greatest investment most people will make in their lives. Building your home brings pride and joy, however it is complicated and daunting to most people. IBA created a 5-part series (20 mins total) called BRICK BY BRICK, with Yawaru woman Justine Kinney and property expert Garrick Smith to provide information and […]

IBA/IRAM Media Release: Tennant Creek store update

Tennant Creek’s IGA supermarket is expected to open by November of this year, after an extensive reconstruction and fit-out of the old site. The IGA had to be relocated to a temporary site after the Paterson Street building, including adjoining retailers, was destroyed by arson in July 2020. The supermarket and buildings are owned by […]

IBA Media Release: Voices soar in NT community

A singing collaboration in the Northern Territory has shown how music can unify communities. The Barkly Voices Project, sponsored by Indigenous Business Australia (IBA)’s subsidiary IBA Retail Asset Management (IRAM), saw 160 schoolchildren, Traditional Owners and community members from the Barkly Region contribute their voices. The resulting four and a half-minute video clip of ‘Keep […]

IBA e-newsletter out now

The May edition of the IBA Newsletter is out now. It shares inspirational stories about our customers, along with news and links to upcoming workshops. Read the latest edition. Want a copy direct to your inbox? You can subscribe here. The newsletter is shared approximately every two months.

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