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Announcements | 28 Aug 2017

Indigenous Health Minister Ken Wyatt AM will co-chair a new steering committee working directly with local Aboriginal communities, as the Kimberley Suicide Prevention Trial begins detailed planning and delivery of potentially lifesaving initiatives across the region.

Announcements | 25 Aug 2017

The Birrang Enterprise Development Company will be able to provide additional case management services in Bourke and Brewarrina communities, thanks to a $775,139 grant from the Coalition Government.

Announcements | 18 Aug 2017

Community based chronic disease initiatives are making significant improvements in the health of indigenous people across the Far West of New South Wales.

Announcements | 17 Aug 2017

The Illawarra Aboriginal Corporation will be able to provide additional support for First Australians in the Wollongong region, thanks to a $328,800 grant from the Coalition Government.

Announcements | 16 Aug 2017

Additional support will be provided to vulnerable First Australians who are transitioning from remote communities into Darwin and Palmerton, thanks to a $658,340 grant from the Coalition Government.

A sign reading “Danger Asbestos” attached to a gate with a background of red dirt and dry grass.
Stories | 16 Aug 2017

The Australian Government is funding asbestos eradication projects, including one run in conjunction with the Northern Territory Government to send licensed asbestos removalists to remote communities.

Announcements | 15 Aug 2017

MADEC Australia will provide additional case management services in South Australia and Victoria with a focus on its clients’ social, physical and emotional wellbeing, thanks to a $1,140,212 grant from the Coalition Government.

Announcements | 14 Aug 2017

MADEC Australia will provide additional case management services in South Australia and Victoria with a focus on its clients’ social, physical and emotional wellbeing, thanks to a $1,140,212 grant from the Coalition Government.

A young Indigenous man dressed in work wear stands in front of a red truck with the letters WYDAC on the cab door. In the background is a white vehicle, trees and buildings.
Stories | 11 Aug 2017

Branston Japangardi Poulson from Yuendumu in the Northern Territory changed his life and found his dream job through hard work and commitment and the support of the Mt Theo Program.

Announcements | 7 Aug 2017

Eight Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are in Alaska this week to take part in the Second World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Viral Hepatitis.

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