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Event | 16 May 2018
Townsville QLD

The Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Prevention Forum (QIFVP) is an event dedicated to celebrating the work done by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in preventing and responding to family violence.

Six Indigenous and non-Indigenous young women in different coloured and styles of clothing stand arm in arm. In the background is a playing field.
Stories | 9 Feb 2018

The Heywire Regional Youth Summit brought 53 young people to Canberra to tell their stories about issues of concern in their respective communities.

Announcements | 8 Feb 2018

The Coalition Government is providing a $246,000 boost to Indigenous entrepreneurs in the electorate of Grey, as part of its $115 million Indigenous Entrepreneurs Package election commitment.

Announcements | 8 Feb 2018

A new, purpose-built facility will be constructed for the Community Night Patrol service in Mutitjulu, Northern Territory, increasing community safety and local employment.

Young woman in red dress holds hands and skates with Indigenous young man in white shirt and black pants.
Stories | 8 Feb 2018

Our best wishes go to Harley Windsor as he prepares to represent Australia at the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Announcements | 8 Feb 2018

The Indigenous Business and Trade Delegation to New Zealand has concluded a successful inaugural visit, strengthening cross-Tasman ties between First Nations peoples and promoting economic development.

Aboriginal woman sits on a hill overlooking a small town surrounded by low hills in an arid landscape. On the back of her dark top is ‘Squad of 2017, 25, Fielding’.
Stories | 7 Feb 2018

Mimili welcomed home the towns’ first Indigenous pool lifeguard. Peshwah Fielding, successfully completed her surf lifesaving course with Surf Lifesaving SA.

Three men and one woman wearing red and blue short sleeve shirts standing outside with mountain ranges in background.
Stories | 5 Feb 2018

South Australian students learn from veterans and each other about their culture and pathways to reconciliation as they trek the Kokoda Trail.

A group of men, women and children in red school polo shirt with a crowd of Indigenous children behind red banner with white writing on banner ‘Education Changes Lives.’
Stories | 31 Jan 2018

Back to School March and breakfast a hit on Palm Island.

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.