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Announcements | 25 Jan 2018

The Coalition Government is boosting resources to support increased Traditional Owner involvement in implementing the Reef 2050 Plan with almost $1 million for a consortium of Indigenous and research organisations that will work directly with Traditional Owners to better understand and reflect their aspirations for the Great Barrier Reef and deliver on existing commitments.

Man in yellow high visibility vest and white hard hat turning sausages on BBQ in front of PSG Holdings site and a building site. 2nd man on right side in high vis vest with back turned.
Stories | 24 Jan 2018

PSG Holdings, an Indigenous owned construction and commercial cleaning services company, has experienced considerable growth due to the Australian Government’s Indigenous Procurement Policy.

Announcements | 23 Jan 2018

Tennant Creek and the Barkly region has received a boost with the opening of a new Indigenous Language Centre that will engage local Aboriginal communities and support the preservation and maintenance of Indigenous languages across the region.

Thirteen Indigenous women stand in a line. They are holding up 7 life sized artistic figures of women.
Stories | 16 Jan 2018

Martu Artist Ngalangka Nola Taylor is one one of the many artists and senior custodians who have been involved in designing and curating Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters; an exhibition at the national Museum of Australia which outlines the country’s creation as it follows the passage of the Seven Sisters.

Announcements | 15 Jan 2018

The Coalition Government is providing a $133,542 boost to Indigenous entrepreneurs in Katherine, Northern Territory, as part of its $115 million Indigenous Entrepreneurs package election commitment.

Two Aboriginal men stoop over a blue tarpaulin shaped as a trough. They are sorting through a plastic bag of bait.
Stories | 11 Jan 2018

li-Anthawirriyarra Sea Rangers Steven Simon and Anthony Johnston are working hard to protect the native fauna of West Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria from cats introduced to the island in 1994.

Announcements | 10 Jan 2018

Students in the Northern Territory community of Gunbalanya have headed back to school today – twenty days earlier than the rest of the Territory.

Left image shows young Aboriginal man wearing brown shorts, lumberjack shirt and boots operating a tile cutter on a bench with a building in the background. Right image shows same man working at a bench cutting a tile with an angle grinder
Stories | 5 Jan 2018

Luke Dunrobin could not find stable work in his hometown of Mackay in Queensland. After moving to Geelong, Victoria, he found satisfying employment through the Jobs, Land and Employment Programme.

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Stories | 5 Jan 2018

We’re inviting all Australians to share their views on the future of Closing the Gap.

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Postcard | 2 Jan 2018

We’re inviting all Australians to share their views on the future of Closing the Gap.