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Announcements | 26 Jun 2014

The Australian Government is funding a project to help grow the Tobwabba Art Gallery.

Announcements | 18 Jun 2014

Defence has engaged an indigenous-owned enterprise to deliver a project worth up to $6 million supporting Navy's Canberra class amphibious assault ships, in what is a first for a Commonwealth Government construction contract.

Announcements | 18 Jun 2014

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, today congratulated the Wik, Lama Lama and Umpila traditional owner groups who today had a Federal Court win against development restrictions.

Announcements | 16 Jun 2014

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is encouraging people in remote Indigenous communities to make sure they know their rights, following a recent Federal Court decision against Titan Marketing Pty Ltd (Titan).

Announcements | 12 Jun 2014

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, today launched the Northern Territory’s first Vocational Training & Employment Centre (VTEC) which will provide training and guaranteed hospitality-related jobs in multiple industries for up to 220 Indigenous people.

Announcements | 10 Jun 2014

The Australian Government's vision for opening northern Australia to development is taking shape with the Green Paper on Developing Northern Australia released by Acting Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss in Townsville today.

Announcements | 4 Jun 2014

The traditional owners of the Maralinga Tjarutja Lands will now have unrestricted access to the area after it was excised from the Woomera Prohibited Area (WPA) by the Australian Government.

Announcements | 3 Jun 2014

Five Indigenous prisoners will be provided with training and employment opportunities with BHP Billiton and its contracting partners at Olympic Dam through an employment project to be funded by the Australian Government.

Announcements | 3 Jun 2014

Forty local Indigenous people are being provided with training and employment opportunities through the Indigenous Employment Programme (IEP) in the Surat Basin.

Lamun Tasman is the Indigenous Engagement Officer at Lajamanu in the Northern Territory.
Stories | 19 May 2014

Out in the Warlpiri lands of Lajamanu, 550 kilometres south of Katherine, Lamun Tasman is doing his bit to close the gap on Indigenous disadvantage.

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