SBS FINANCE | Inspiring female indigenous small business owners

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Where to for Australian property in 2019?

Property prices in much of Australia started to decline in 2018. So, given the federal election, and the start of a relaxation of some regulatory lending rules, where to now for property? SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Goncalves explains.

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NAIDOC Week: Indigenous Women - Behind the News

NAIDOC Week is a celebration of the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and this year's theme is "Because of her, we can". It's dedicated to all of the Indigenous women who've made a difference and inspired others. So, we decided to ask some school kids about the famous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who've inspired them. TEACHER RESOURCES (yr 3,4,6 HASS/History) "Students will choose a significant Indigenous woman to investigate in depth and create a biography about her." BTN STORY PAGE RELATED BTN STORY 1967 Referendum Indigenous Art Indigenous Art & Language Indigenous Language

NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Straits Islander people.

This year, there's a female theme, ‘because of her, we can.’

And because of many female indigenous small business owners, the whole community, is benefiting.

SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Goncalves has the story.

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