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Announcements | 14 Oct 2014

The June 2014 Labour Market Assistance Outcomes report for the Indigenous Employment Programme has now been released.  This report relates to outcomes for job seekers who were assisted in the year ending 31 March 2014 with outcomes measured three months later (i.e. in the year ending 30 June 2014).

Announcements | 13 Oct 2014

Indigenous Affairs Minister, Nigel Scullion, has today handed back land to its traditional owners during a ceremony at Brookes Soak, 275 kilometres north-west of Alice Springs.

The Buffalo Boys of Gapuwiyak are an RJCP work crew that are learning valuable welding and metalwork skills creating metal sculptures of animals. The sculptures are proving a hit, with customers lining up to buy them.
Stories | 13 Oct 2014

The Buffalo Boys of Gapuwiyak are an RJCP work crew that are learning valuable welding and metalwork skills creating metal sculptures of animals. The sculptures are proving a hit, with customers lining up to buy them.

Announcements | 2 Oct 2014

The Australian Government has announced funding to support up to 25 million hectares of Indigenous-owned land to be recognised through 14 Indigenous Protected Areas (IPAs).

Announcements | 26 Sep 2014

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, and Federal Member for Gilmore, Ann Sudmalis have today announced funding of $28,435 to the Shellharbour Aboriginal Community Youth Association to develop and implement a business plan for a nursery in Killalea State Park.

Announcements | 23 Sep 2014

The 2014 National Remote Indigenous Media Festival organised by the Indigenous Remote Communications Association, and now in its 16th year, is being held this week on the tip of Cape York Peninsula.

Announcements | 15 Sep 2014

The Federal and Northern Territory Governments have awarded a local Central Australian company the contract to build a $3.75 million facility supporting training, education and employment in the Barkly region.

Announcements | 12 Sep 2014

In August, Andrew Forrest submitted The Forrest Review: Creating Parity to the Government.

Announcements | 11 Sep 2014

A signing ceremony today at the Wala Wala waterhole near the Kiwirrkurra community in Western Australia has marked the area as an Indigenous Protected Area (IPA).

Announcements | 10 Sep 2014

The Australian and Western Australian Governments have jointly launched a breakthrough programme designed to increase the number of Indigenous firefighters.

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