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Announcements | 24 Oct 2014

Funding to increase school attendance in Darwin and Palmerston are among 34 projects supported by more than $14.8 million from the Aboriginals Benefit Account.

Announcements | 13 Oct 2014

The Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs Nigel Scullion and NSW Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli today praised the Walgett community for coming up with a practical solution to improve school attendance.

Announcements | 28 Aug 2014

Three inspiring Indigenous Australians will undertake study at two of the world’s most prestigious universities after receiving the Charlie Perkins Scholarship in Canberra today.

Announcements | 15 Aug 2014

The Australian Government will provide Adelaide and Port Adelaide Football Clubs with up to $600,000 to run football programmes aimed at improving school attendance across the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands.

Announcements | 23 Jul 2014

The Australian Government’s School Enrolment and Attendance Measure (SEAM) will be rolled out in the East Arnhem Land communities of Milingimbi, Galiwinku, Gapuwiyak, Nhulunbuy and Yirrkala at the start of Term 3, 2014.

Announcements | 12 Jun 2014

High School students in western New South Wales will benefit from a $1.6 million investment from the Australian Government through the support programme Get Real.

Announcements | 5 Jun 2014

New data shows significantly improved attendance in Remote School Attendance Strategy (RSAS) schools in the Northern Territory this year compared to 2013, with the number of children attending school up nearly 17 per cent.

Announcements | 16 Apr 2014

“A new School Attendance Policy adopted by the Central Desert Regional Council will help improve school attendance.” So says Regional Council President Adrian Dixon.

Announcements | 4 Apr 2014

The Australian Government has finalised most of the 30 schools to be included in the expansion of the Remote School Attendance Strategy from Term 2, 2014.

Announcements | 4 Apr 2014

The Australian Government will invest $25 million over eight years to expand the Stronger Communities for Children (SCfC) programme to an additional five Northern Territory communities from July 2014.