• Ten new construction trainees are now working across Mapoon Aboriginal Shire Council worksites assisting with the build of new housing for their remote Western Cape community. With road access to the coastal community on Cape York cut for the majority of the wet season (from...

  • The finishing touches being put on the new office space are only part of the fantastic outcomes from the Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) refurbishment project drawing to a close on Badu Island.   Community Owned Enterprise (COE)’s Account and Finance Coach Micah Nkiwane recently...

  • Hope Vale Congress is another step closer to making Tropical Blacklip Oyster farming in Far North Queensland a reality following a promising site visit led by Community Owned Enterprises (COE) last week.   COE conducted site visits at Cape Bedford and Elim beach north of...

  • Mura Badulgal PBC will soon move into newly refurbished office space thanks to relationships between Community Owned Enterprises (COE), Torres Strait Regional Authority and the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training. COE recently drew on the extensive connections built and nurtured ac

  • Ten eager participants from Hope Vale Congress recently undertook a four-day trip to Townsville and Bowen along with Shaun Nancarrow from Community Owned Enterprises and Dr Peter Lee from the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries’ Bribie Island research centre. The trip was another step towards...

  • The Community Owned Enterprises (COE) team has joined fifteen trainees on Erub Island to experience their work on local fishing boats. The trainees have been placed in employment by COE after the successful application of Skilling Queenslanders for Work (SqW) support. The trainees are the...