You are here

Announcements

Pages

Announcements | 11 Dec 2017

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders living in Mid-West New South Wales will now be able to access comprehensive rehabilitation and mental health services following the opening of the Condobolin Wiradjuri Wellness Centre.

Announcements | 8 Dec 2017

Children escaping family violence in Perth will receive trauma informed support and development programs under a new program from the Coalition Government’s Indigenous Advancement Strategy.

Announcements | 1 Dec 2017

The voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and girls will be heard loud and clear with the launch of a major project exploring their security and success.

Announcements | 17 Nov 2017

The Australian Government today welcomes the final report of the Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory.

Announcements | 14 Nov 2017

The Tamworth Aboriginal Medical Service will receive $1.2 million to provide counselling and mental health services to clients in their alcohol, tobacco and drug program.

Announcements | 10 Nov 2017

The Turnbull Government will fund nine landmark Northern Territory medical research projects worth over $12 million, aiming to save children’s lives and help close the gap in Indigenous health.

Announcements | 6 Nov 2017

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, and Minister for Indigenous Health, Ken Wyatt AM, have congratulated the latest squad of Indigenous Marathon Foundation runners on conquering the legendary New York City Marathon.

Announcements | 25 Oct 2017

A new mobile phone app has been launched which promises to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote areas make healthy food choices.

Announcements | 20 Oct 2017

Independent consultants have been engaged to conduct evaluations of the Australian Government’s Indigenous Australians’ Health Program (IAHP).

Announcements | 19 Oct 2017

The proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples aged 18 years and over who smoke tobacco decreased significantly from 55 per cent to 45 per cent, a fall of 22 per cent, over 20 years from 1994 to 2014–15, according to new modelling by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) in partnership with the Menzies School of Health Research.

Pages