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Announcements | 19 Oct 2017

The Wajarri Yamatji people and the Budina people have celebrated significant native title determinations this week in Western Australia.

Announcements | 12 Oct 2017

The Australian Government is seeking expressions of interest from organisations to deliver in-prison employment services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

Announcements | 12 Oct 2017

On Friday 13 October 2017, we will chair the Native Title Ministers’ meeting at Parliament House in Canberra where Commonwealth, state and territory ministers will meet to renew and reinvigorate discussions on collaborative pathways to improve the native title system.

Announcements | 6 Oct 2017

Indigenous company Bama Civil has won a contract to seal a 1.65-kilometre stretch of the Peninsula Developmental Road at Ten Mile Creek.

Announcements | 3 Oct 2017

For four decades, the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) has been at the forefront of advocating Indigenous issues across the state.

Announcements | 29 Sep 2017

The three year plan covers a range of consumer issues facing Indigenous Australians which fall within ASIC's remit, including credit contracts, consumer leases and the sale of motor vehicles.

 

Announcements | 29 Sep 2017

Indigenous businesses are going from strength to strength under the Turnbull-Joyce Government’s highly successful Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP).

Graphic tile: Heading Indigenous Procurement Policy – 2-Year Performance Snapshot. Text: The Indigenous Procurement Policy Supports Indigenous economic development. 4,880 contracts. 956 Indigenous businesses, total value around $594 million.
Stories | 29 Sep 2017

The IPP makes it easier for Australian Government agencies to work with Indigenous businesses.

Indigenous man in light coloured shirt stands in front of green tree
Stories | 29 Sep 2017

Working alongside government departments, not-for-profit and community organisations and corporate enterprise, Jason Elsegood and his team at Cross Cultural Consultants empower businesses to create workplaces that promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent.

Group of people sitting under large rock formation. In the foreground is long grass.
Stories | 28 Sep 2017

The black-footed rock-wallaby (warru) was nearing extinction in northern South Australia until the creation of the Warru Recovery Team, made up of Indigenous rangers and scientists. The recent release of 25 warru into the wild comes at the end of intensive breeding, preservation and feral predator control.

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