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Announcements | 21 Mar 2017

The National Native Title Tribunal is celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Recognition of Native Title.

Announcements | 17 Mar 2017

Nearly 700 jobs and traineeships in tourism and hospitality are being created for First Australians across the country, thanks to a $6.7 million grant provided under the Coalition Government's Tailored Assistance Employment Grants programme.

Two Aboriginal men standing outside in front of a table with pot plants and fruit. In the background there are trees and cars.
Stories | 16 Mar 2017

Leif Marranya and Stewart Martin from Daly River showcased their woodworking skills at Ironbark’s Community Development Programme Showcase and Christmas Market in Darwin last December.

Announcements | 16 Mar 2017

Anangu people living in the central Australian community of Mutitjulu will enjoy greater economic opportunities, localised decision-making and investment in housing, thanks to new township leasing arrangements finalised today.

Announcements | 9 Mar 2017

The Coalition Government is investing more than $1.6 million to support better outcomes for First Australians living in the Far North Queensland community of Yarrabah.

Announcements | 8 Mar 2017

Today the Binjari Community Aboriginal Corporation and the Coalition Government have executed a historic 99-year lease over public housing in the community living area of Binjari in the Northern Territory. 

Announcements | 6 Mar 2017

Indigenous ranger groups will be trained to help manage wild dogs and other pest animals in Western Australia through a $600,000 investment by the Federal Coalition Government.

Announcements | 2 Mar 2017

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel, Scullion, has welcomed a commitment from leading Australian company Programmed and GenerationOne to create up to 5000 additional jobs for First Australians.

Announcements | 28 Feb 2017

A recent Federal Court decision has created uncertainty around approximately 120 registered Native Title agreements (Indigenous Land Use Agreements (ILUA)) because they had not been signed by all of the representatives of the claim group.

Announcements | 23 Feb 2017

Your story ("Millions going to just a handful", February 23) ignores the success of the Coalition Government's Indigenous Procurement Policy and demonstrates a lack of understanding about what it is intended to achieve.

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