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Stories | 18 Nov 2013

It’s every Australian’s dream to own a home. Increasing opportunities for home ownership for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is an important part of Closing the Gap.

Stories | 14 Nov 2013

Access to dialysis can be difficult for many Australians but for those who live in remote communities, it is almost impossible. The closest centre can be up to 1000 kilometres away.

AFL Indigenous All Stars coach Michael O'Loughlin with the “Aboriginal Health in Aboriginal Hands” app.
Stories | 8 Nov 2013

The chair of the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) Justin Mohamed recently joined with the AFL Indigenous All Stars team to launch Australia’s first Aboriginal Health app.

Stories | 6 Nov 2013

BushMob’s intention is clear – they want young people in Central Australia who have lost their way to make some positive choices in their lives.

Announcements | 29 Oct 2013

A new, illustrated booklet designed to inform and support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women through the breast cancer journey was launched today by the federal Minister for Health, the Hon Peter Dutton.

No Smokes guest blogger Sekur Clayton.
Stories | 28 Oct 2013

The power of blogging is being used in an innovative way by national anti-smoking campaign, No Smokes.

Uncle Gordon Langton and Sam Thaiday from the Brisbane Broncos in a ‘Deadly Choices’ healthy lifestyle ad.
Stories | 18 Oct 2013

Deadly Choices, an initiative of the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health in South East Queensland, is one local project working hard to help Queensland communities make healthy choices.

Participants at the third annual Football Federation Victoria Indigenous Football Tournament.
Stories | 10 Oct 2013

More than 450 Indigenous boys and girls, aged 7 through 14, pulled on their boots for the third annual Football Federation Victoria Indigenous Football Tournament.

June Oscar AO with Governor-General Quentin Bryce at June’s Order of Australia investiture ceremony.
Stories | 2 Oct 2013

Bunuba woman June Oscar was officially recognised for her service to the Indigenous community of Western Australia at a recent investiture ceremony for the Order of Australia.

Stories | 18 Sep 2013

Areyonga is a small Northern Territory community located about 220km west of Alice Springs. It has a population of about 300, almost all of whom are Aboriginal.