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A group of Aboriginal school students sit on steps, holding a letter from the Prime Minister the Hon. Malcolm Turnbull, MP. Behind them stand five adults.
Stories | 27 Nov 2017

The students at Manyallaluk School have been writing letters to develop their persuasive writing skills. Along with receiving letters from Her Majesty the Queen and the Essendon Football Club, they recently received a letter from the Prime Minister, the Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP.

Young Aboriginal man in pale blue shirt stands in front of Indigenous artwork displaying dark brown and white animals on a red and yellow background.
Stories | 24 Nov 2017

Rockhampton based Helem Yumba Central Queensland Healing Centre will mark White Ribbon Day by hosting a Community Yarning Circle about violence against women.

Three Indigenous people wearing snorkles and diving masks, and holding floating noodles swim in seawater. In the background is sand, beach umbrellas, trees and other people.
Stories | 21 Nov 2017

The Wujal Wujal Youth Leadership Camp gave 65 Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth a chance to bond, learn and have fun as they camped in different locations around Far North Queensland.

Announcements | 20 Nov 2017

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion has announced funding to help Palm Island commemorate its history and proudly celebrate its culture in centenary events beginning in January 2018.

Announcements | 20 Nov 2017

The Coalition Government is supporting Palm Island to develop a comprehensive plan for economic development through a $50,000 grant from the Indigenous Advancement Strategy.

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 | 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 | 17 Nov 2017

Today, the 42,000 year old ancestral remains of Mungo Man and 104 others will be returned to Traditional Owners in a ceremony at Lake Mungo, South Western New South Wales.

The hand of an Aboriginal man, wearing a silver watch, gently lays on top of a traditional wood box. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island flags can be seen in the background.
Stories | 17 Nov 2017

The remains of an Aboriginal man who lived at Lake Mungo in Western New South Wales 42,000 years ago have been returned to Country.

An Aboriginal woman and man stand on a street holding the Aboriginal flag. Behind are many people dressed in running wear crossing a finish line, above which hangs a banner on an overhead walkway.
Stories | 16 Nov 2017

Cara Smith from Queanbeyan started a journey of change that included completing the New York City Marathon.

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