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Young Aboriginal child in black shorts and white shirt stands on a surfboard riding a half-metre high wave.
Stories | 21 Feb 2018

The Woorrangalook Victorian Koori Surf Titles brought together more than 120 Indigenous surfers from across the state for a fun weekend of surfing and Indigenous culture.

A group of Indigenous children with white ceremonial paint on their bodies wearing shorts or yellow coverings dance on green grass watched by a crowd of onlookers.
Stories | 19 Feb 2018

In 2018, the Bwgcolman people of Palm Island in North Queensland are recognising the centenary of the first placement of people on the island.

Announcements | 19 Feb 2018

The first in a series of community visits for the Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women’s Voices) project will begin in Victoria next week.

Announcements | 19 Feb 2018

ANSTO is an authority of cutting-edge science, but looked into the past last week, with the completed mural representing significant Indigenous sites that can be found in the bushland surrounding the ANSTO campus in Sydney’s Lucas Heights.

Stories | 16 Feb 2018

After 10 Closing the Gap reports, a fresh approach is underway to further close the gap in Indigenous disadvantage.

Announcements | 16 Feb 2018

The 2016 Census of Population and Housing reveals that more than half of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young adults are fully engaged in work and study.

Poster showing three yellow dot circles at the top with images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons holding large gold or blue awards. Below the circles are the words: Nominations are now open for the National NAIDOC Awards 8-15 July 2018.
Stories | 15 Feb 2018

The National NAIDOC Awards will be presented in Sydney on Friday 13 July 2018.

Young Aboriginal children sit in and stand next to a series of barrels mounted on wheels.
Stories | 13 Feb 2018

The tiny remote community of Punmu in Western Australia has increased school attendance by taking students to and from school in a train; a barrel train.

Large crowd of Indigenous men and women walking up stairs away from the Aboriginal Tent Embassy bearing Aboriginal flags coloured black on top and red on the bottom with a yellow circle. One man in a black shirt with red and yellow panels carrying a piece
Stories | 12 Feb 2018

A decade since the Apology, we acknowledge the significance of this day, reinforce its intent and look toward to continuing the reconciliation of Australia as a nation.

Image of Australia made of Indigenous style graphic elements. At top left is: The Indigenous Business Sector Strategy
Stories | 12 Feb 2018

Indigenous-led policy to help Indigenous businesses to thrive.

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