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Announcements | 21 Jun 2018

The Northern Territory’s Anmatyerr people have had their native title rights further confirmed with the determination of the remaining 1550 square kilometres of Pine Hill, a former cattle station 150 kilometres north of Alice Springs, recognised in Australian law.

Announcements | 21 Jun 2018

The Pertame Arrernte, Western Arrernte and Matuntara Luritja peoples of the Northern Territory have had their native title rights recognised today over a 5000 square kilometre tract of land within the historic Henbury Station, 230 kilometres south of Alice Springs.

Announcements | 14 Jun 2018

Speaking today at the first Provider Business Meeting for the Community Development Programme (CDP) since reforms were announced in the 2018-19 Budget, Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion is encouraging providers to continue working in partnership with government and communities to implement these positive changes.

Stories | 7 Jun 2018

Operating a world class helicopter refuelling service in remote Western Australia, the Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation have shown that the sky is the limit when it comes to creating innovative Indigenous businesses in remote Australia.

Map of Australia showing showing certain areas in yellow with the following words at the top: Projects funded under the New Indigenous Protected Areas Discretionary Round
Announcements | 30 May 2018

To coincide with the celebration of Reconciliation Week, the Australian Government has announced that it is allocating close to $2.5 million to establish five new Indigenous Protected Areas (IPAs).

A man and a women stand at a lectern. Behind them is a sign with the Supply Nation logo and another sign with the text Supplier Diversity Awards.
Stories | 25 May 2018

The Supplier Diversity Awards were held at the culmination of the Supply Nation Connect 2018 conference in Sydney.

Announcements | 16 May 2018

Screen Australia has today announced a special Indigenous Screen Business initiative, to help build business capacity within the Indigenous screen production sector. The initiative is being run as part of Screen Australia’s year-long celebration of 25 years of Indigenous screen stories.

Announcements | 9 May 2018

First Australians right across the nation will benefit from a stronger economy, more jobs and guaranteed essential services through the 2018-19 Federal Budget

Announcements | 9 May 2018

This year’s Budget includes $5 billion in investment through the Indigenous Advancement Strategy for targeted programmes to ensure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians can take advantage of the opportunities the economy is creating.

Aboriginal man works wood at a bench with an Indigenous design int he backround. On the right is the Australian crest with words underneath: Budget 2018-19.
Postcard | 9 May 2018

Minister Scullion media release: 2018-19 Budget will strengthen economic, employment and health opportunities for First Australians.