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REMARKS AT THE NATIONAL INDIGENOUS CULINARY INSTITUTE GRADUATION CEREMONY, SYDNEY

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REMARKS AT THE NATIONAL INDIGENOUS CULINARY INSTITUTE GRADUATION CEREMONY, SYDNEY

19 January 2015
Sydney
Prime Minister
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Cain, thank you very much indeed. It’s really lovely to be here and I can think of no better way to begin the 2015 working year than to be at this event […]

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NICI Press release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September, 2014

Contact: Garry Simpson
Telephone: 0414 696 025
Email: garry@nici.org.au
Website: www.nici.org.au

NICI EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM LAUNCHES THIRD RECRUITMENT DRIVE FOR INDIGENOUS TRAINEE CHEFS

Surry Hills, 26 Waterloo Street, 1 September 2014 – […]

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NICI Commercial

NICI Commercial (Please select link)

This is the NICI’s latest commercial showcasing the importance the program has on the lives of its Indigenous students as well as their hopes and aspirations that the program is helping them to reach.

A big thanks goes out to the Marketing students and staff who made this commercial from

By | July 9th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

NICI Coordinator and Student invited on Arnhem Land tour

Arnhem Land tour

During our trip to Arnhem Land in late April both Ryan and I had the opportunity to conduct healthy living, cookery, and theory based classes for the members of the community. Ryan was able to bring the skills he has developed during his time participating in the NICI Program and apply them to […]

By | May 27th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

NICI Students help out at SMH Growers markets

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The NICI students had a great morning talking to farmers and learning about the importance of fresh quality produce.

By | May 21st, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Chefs of the future have dreams all their own

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Joshua Moore dreams of one day opening a restaurant where the plate is his canvas.

”I want to be able to do Aboriginal art with my food,” the 18-year-old, from Bourke , said.

But for now, he is happy to help out in the kitchens of some of Sydney’s finest chefs as an apprentice […]

By | May 21st, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments