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Announcements | 31 Jan 2018

Minister for Regional Communications Bridget McKenzie and Senator for the Northern Territory Nigel Scullion have welcomed NBN Co’s launch of its Sky Muster multicast services trial in schools across the Northern Territory, enhancing online learning for students in remote areas.

Announcements | 10 Jan 2018

Students in the Northern Territory community of Gunbalanya have headed back to school today – twenty days earlier than the rest of the Territory.

Announcements | 20 Nov 2017

Townsville’s NRL Cowboys House will support more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young men to complete school, following a substantial investment from the Coalition Government’s Indigenous Advancement Strategy.

Announcements | 3 Nov 2017

Families across Queensland will benefit from the creation of around 570 scholarship places for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

Announcements | 3 Nov 2017

Today, educators, community organisations and government representatives came together in Tennant Creek for the Barkly Remote School Attendance Strategy Summit, hosted in partnership between the Coalition Government and the Papulu Apparr-kari Aboriginal Corporation.

Announcements | 30 Oct 2017

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion has welcomed a Productivity Commission report which has found continued growth in investment in services and program to improve the lives of First Australians.

Announcements | 13 Oct 2017

An $842,000 funding boost from the Australian Government will help the Bubup Wilam Early Learning Aboriginal Child and Family Centre give scores of children a stronger start in life.

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 | 21 Aug 2017

Staff from the Australian Border Force (ABF) on Thursday Island have donated more than 30 items of clothing to children on Saibai Island today.

Announcements | 25 Jul 2017

The Clontarf Foundation is set to nearly double the number of young Indigenous men it supports through secondary school, thanks to an ambitious partnership with government and corporate Australia.