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Announcements | 12 Oct 2017

The Australian Government is seeking expressions of interest from organisations to deliver in-prison employment services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

Announcements | 12 Oct 2017

On Friday 13 October 2017, we will chair the Native Title Ministers’ meeting at Parliament House in Canberra where Commonwealth, state and territory ministers will meet to renew and reinvigorate discussions on collaborative pathways to improve the native title system.

Large group of Indigenous youth and young adults and police officers sit and stand on a lawn in front of a two-storey building.
Stories | 11 Oct 2017

Profound changes are happening in Redfern and surrounding communities due to Clean Slate Without Prejudice, a program designed to motivate and inspire local young people. It introduces discipline into the lives of participants through early morning boxing and martial arts, language lessons and breakfasts, and excursions to Aboriginal cultural sites.

Announcements | 10 Oct 2017

Today is World Mental Health Day – a day to raise awareness and educate people and communities about mental health issues.

Blue poster with images of Indigenous dancers and performers and art with sponsor logos and the following text: Save the Date, Wupa@Wanaruah Aboriginal Art Trail for 2017-2018 in the Vineyards, 11th November 2017 to 31st May 2018
Event | 11 Nov 2017
Hunter Valley NSW

Aboriginal Art Trail for 2017-2018 in the Vineyards

Announcements | 6 Oct 2017

Indigenous company Bama Civil has won a contract to seal a 1.65-kilometre stretch of the Peninsula Developmental Road at Ten Mile Creek.

Event | 18 Nov 2017
Braddon ACT

Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres is proud to present a special weaving workshop by Alice Springs-based textiles artist, Elisa Jane Carmichael.

Event | 18 Nov 2017
Braddon ACT

Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres is proud to present a special artist talk by Alice Springs-based textiles artist Elisa Jane Carmichael.

An Aboriginal man in a suit standing in front of a large outdoor metal sculpture.
Stories | 4 Oct 2017

Dharug artist Adam King uses metal in his sculpting to produce unique artwork showcasing his culture. He also sees the opportunity to create jobs for local Aboriginal people.

Announcements | 3 Oct 2017

Reducing criminal recidivism and helping at risk individuals across the region has been given a significant boost today with increased funding for 'Safe Spaces' in Kalgoorlie.