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National NAIDOC Poster Competition winner Harry Pitt.
Announcements | 16 May 2014

Torres Strait Islander artist, Harry Pitt, has won this year’s National NAIDOC Poster Competition for his artwork, Those who Stand to Defend our Land.

Announcements | 13 May 2014

Indigenous heritage in Fletcher’s Lake will be strengthened thanks to $147,100 in funding to develop a Cultural Heritage Management Plan.

Announcements | 12 May 2014

Indigenous heritage in the Great Barrier Reef will be strengthened thanks to $70,000 in funding to develop a cultural heritage strategy and database.

Announcements | 11 May 2014

Indigenous heritage in Warrnambool will be strengthened thanks to $70,000 in funding to develop a Stories of Place Interpretive Tour.

Announcements | 10 May 2014

Indigenous heritage will be strengthened in the Northern Territory with $260,100 in funding for several projects.

Announcements | 9 May 2014

Indigenous heritage will be strengthened in Lightning Ridge thanks to $70,000 in funding to restore a historic cemetery.

Announcements | 9 May 2014

Indigenous heritage in the Bunya Mountains will be strengthened thanks to $55,000 worth of funding to develop Bunya cultural landscape signage.

Announcements | 9 May 2014

The Australian Government is investing $1.6 million this financial year in 18 projects across Australia through the Indigenous Heritage Programme to strengthen the connection between Indigenous communities and their heritage values.

Announcements | 8 May 2014

This year’s National Native Title Conference theme is Living with Native Title from the Bush to the Sea. Hosted by the Gumbaynggirr people, traditional owners of the Coffs Harbour region, the conference will be held at Novotel Coffs Harbour Pacific Bay Resort from the 2-4 June 2014.

Announcements | 7 May 2014

Skills training and employment for Indigenous people living on Palm Island have received a boost, thanks to three projects funded under the Australian Government’s Community Development Fund.

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