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A woman in a grey dress and colourful tights and a man in white shirt and blue trousers stand in front of a painted fence featuring a face, a bicycle and other designs of blue, green, red, yellow and purple.
Stories | 29 Jun 2017

The outlook for kidney disease sufferers in the Western Desert has improved because of changes to the recruiting process and retention of specialist renal nurses.

Announcements | 28 Jun 2017

Budja Budja Aboriginal Corporation will be able to provide additional case management services for First Australians in Halls Gap, Ararat and Stawell, thanks to a $434,406 grant from the Coalition Government.

Announcements | 23 Jun 2017

Mallee Family Care will be able to provide additional case management services in Dareton and Wentworth, to support Indigenous families experiencing family violence, thanks to a $345,261 grant from the Coalition Government.

Announcements | 22 Jun 2017

Federal Minister for Indigenous Health, Ken Wyatt, has continued $8 million in funding for eight providers delivering important health care services under the Indigenous Australians’ Health Programme (IAHP).

Announcements | 20 Jun 2017

Federal Indigenous Health Minister Ken Wyatt says a new Network Funding Agreement will streamline the provision of $20 million a year in health service support through the National Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Organisation (NACCHO).

Announcements | 10 Jun 2017

The Don’t Make Smokes Your Story campaign is empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to quit smoking.

Announcements | 7 Jun 2017

The Gunida Gunyah Aboriginal Corporation will be able to provide additional case management services for First Australians in north-west NSW, thanks to a $842,536 grant from the Coalition Government.

Announcements | 1 Jun 2017

The Coalition Government will invest a further $9.5 million to expand mental health first aid training to 14 high-risk communities and staff working for remote employment service providers and community night patrols who have yet to receive it.

A group of Indigenous people sitting round a table in a meeting room with Indigenous art on the walls and window at one end.
Stories | 31 May 2017

Winner of the 2015 Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Award, the Mornington Island Restorative Justice Project is having a profound effect on the Gulf of Queensland community.

Announcements | 31 May 2017

The Federal Minister for Indigenous Health, Ken Wyatt has pioneered a collaborative agreement on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, between the Australian Government and three influential national health organisations.

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