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Announcements | 15 Sep 2017

Marist180 will be able to provide an extension of case management services in the Blacktown area in Western Sydney, thanks to the Coalition Government’s community investment of $329,567 to better support First Australians and their families.

Announcements | 14 Sep 2017

Optimising care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with cancer is the aim of a national public consultation program.

Announcements | 14 Sep 2017

In August 2017 the Hon. Paul Keating, former Prime MInister of Australia, sat down with the NNTT to discuss the twenty-fifth anniversary of native title recognition in Australia.

Announcements | 14 Sep 2017

Today is R U OK? Day – a national day of action to encourage Australians to connect with their friends, family and colleagues by asking one simple question.

Announcements | 13 Sep 2017

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Senator Nigel Scullion today congratulated the Cathy Freeman Foundation on its 10th Anniversary year milestone and for all the work they have done over that time to help kids stay at school. From small beginnings on Palm Island in Queensland, the Foundation now supports 1,600 children across four communities.

Announcements | 13 Sep 2017

As home of the world’s oldest continuous culture, Australia has joined the world to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

Announcements | 8 Sep 2017

Members of the elite Australian Kangaroos Rugby League 2017 World Cup squad will headline the expansion of a successful grassroots campaign to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.

Announcements | 6 Sep 2017

Today marks Indigenous Literacy Day, an opportunity to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories and languages and instill an enduring love of reading.

Announcements | 5 Sep 2017

The Paroo Shire Council will be able to provide additional counselling services in Cunnamulla and outlying communities and properties in the Paroo Shire Council area, thanks to the more than $1 million the Coalition Government is delivering over three years to June 2019.

Announcements | 1 Sep 2017

The Indigenous Rangers Program is providing a record number of jobs for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islanders, creating around 2,500 jobs in 114 groups across Australia, with 69 of these groups now performing biosecurity surveillance, thanks to a $12.4 million boost in funding over four years by the Coalition Government.