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Announcements | 17 Jul 2017

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has congratulated last year’s graduates from the National Rugby League’s (NRL) successful School to Work (S2W) programme – almost all of whom have obtained employment or are pursuing further education.

Announcements | 7 Jul 2017

A successful programme supporting young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Katherine and surrounding communities has received an important funding boost from the Coalition Government.

An adult woman and seven Indigenous youth stand or kneel on a lawn. To the left is a building and in the background a canopy. Some of the youth wear paint in traditional patterns and wear traditional clothing while one holds a didgeridoo.
Stories | 27 Jun 2017

Radiant Life College in Innisfail, Far North Queensland has the highest attendance rate of Indigenous students in Queensland, thanks to the inclusion of Indigenous culture in the curriculum, individualised lessons for each student and the school’s values.

Announcements | 20 Jun 2017

Months of concerted effort to secure the future of Darwin’s Kormilda College have paid off with leading Australian school, Haileybury, agreeing to take over the school.

Announcements | 2 Jun 2017

The Coalition Government will provide $1 million to establish the Kaziew Rangath Academy for young Indigenous women in Far North Queensland.

Announcements | 1 Jun 2017

The Coalition Government is investing $6.3 million in the National Rugby League’s (NRL) successful School to Work programme to support 500 Indigenous students a year to complete their studies and find jobs.

Announcements | 31 May 2017

Fifty Indigenous youth parliamentarians are on their way home following the National Indigenous Youth Parliament held in Canberra.

Announcements | 24 May 2017

The Turnbull Government will invest an additional $138 million to increase opportunities and improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

Woman in blue and white blouse sits at small table with craft materials. She holds a baby while looking at a young child in blue shirt working with craft material.
Stories | 16 May 2017

The Coonamble Pre School in Western NSW has adopted a holistic approach to early childhood, involving nutrition, occupational therapy and youth leadership to ensure local children get the best start in life.

Two adult women and twelve children stand in a room behind a microphone, all wear red t-shirts with a graphic of raised hands.
Stories | 10 May 2017

The Nalderun Project is a creative and unique approach to engaging at risk Indigenous kids through culturally appropriate learning and has led to increased school attendance of students in primary and secondary schools in the Castlemaine area of country Victoria.