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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

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

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.

Announcements | 22 Dec 2017

Today the Australian Government has received the Australian Law Reform Commission’s final report on the incarceration rates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Announcements | 11 Dec 2017

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders living in Mid-West New South Wales will now be able to access comprehensive rehabilitation and mental health services following the opening of the Condobolin Wiradjuri Wellness Centre.

Announcements | 8 Dec 2017

Children escaping family violence in Perth will receive trauma informed support and development programs under a new program from the Coalition Government’s Indigenous Advancement Strategy.

Non-Indigenous man and Aboriginal woman stand in front of white background with young female Indigenous dancers between and in front of them. All are dressed in black and the dancers wear white face paint.
Stories | 5 Dec 2017

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, June Oscar AO will lead the ‘Wiyi Yani U Thangani’ (Women’s Voices) project consulting with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and girls on issues that affect them, their communities and their futures.

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.
Postcard | 4 Dec 2017

The Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP) selects a group of 12 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (six men and six women aged 18-30) to train for the New York City Marathon with just six months of training.

Announcements | 1 Dec 2017

The voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and girls will be heard loud and clear with the launch of a major project exploring their security and success.

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.

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