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Announcements | 29 Sep 2017

Indigenous businesses are going from strength to strength under the Turnbull-Joyce Government’s highly successful Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP).

Announcements | 18 Sep 2017

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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 | 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.

Announcements | 31 Aug 2017

Native title recognition in New South Wales marked a new chapter this week with the Federal Court handing down landmark determinations for the Yaegl people and Western Bundjalung people.

Announcements | 31 Aug 2017

From 1 December 2017, the Protected Zone Joint Authority (PZJA) is implementing a Fish Receiver System (FRS) to improve data collection in commercial Torres Strait fisheries.

Announcements | 29 Aug 2017

The Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC), National Native Title Tribunal (NNTT) and Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) have formalised arrangements to better support registered native title bodies corporate (RNTBCs) in the Torres Strait.

Announcements | 22 Aug 2017

Australia’s commitment to land conservation through Indigenous Protected Areas and the Working on Country Indigenous Ranger programme has been recognised by the World Future Council.

Announcements | 21 Aug 2017

The Coalition Government is investing $13.46 million in CareerTrackers’ interns to support more Indigenous students to complete university, move into employment and reach their full potential.

Announcements | 11 Aug 2017

Daly River is set to become the first remote Indigenous community in the Northern Territory to be powered by solar and battery thanks to the roll out of the $55 million Solar Energy Transformation Program (SETuP).