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Five Indigenous men, one Indigenous woman and one non-Indigenous man stand in half circle in front of a statue of a woman holding a sword in the right hand and a set of scales in the left.  Words: 25 years sinc The Mabo Decision Remember
Stories | 2 Jun 2017

The 25th anniversary of the Mabo High Court Decision is a day of celebration, of remembering Eddie Mabo and his fellow plaintiffs and of learning more about this historic event and the creation of native title.

An Indigenous young man wearing work wear sits in the cab of a truck.
Stories | 1 Jun 2017

Wilfred has kick started his career again and become a role model to his family and is achieving his goals, Wilfred Cox made this happen with the support of his local VTEC provider.

Announcements | 1 Jun 2017

The South Australian Government will review the Mintabie Township Lease Agreement in partnership with Anangu Pitjantatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) and the Federal Government.

Announcements | 30 May 2017

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has today announced a $7.5 million investment to help traditional owners in the Northern Land Council region finalise Aboriginal land claims over sea country.

Announcements | 29 May 2017

Indigenous Australians living in the Northern Territory will benefit from a new $34 million Indigenous fire management initiative that will improve the environment while creating jobs and supporting economic development.

Announcements | 26 May 2017

Today is National Sorry Day, a day when we honour the traditional custodians of our land and stop to acknowledge the hurt and suffering created by past government practices.

Announcements | 23 May 2017

A team of Indigenous rangers caring for one of the most biodiverse regions on Earth is pioneering the use of drones to monitor its health, with the assistance of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority.

An Indigenous young man and young woman wearing safety tops and an older man dressed in light shirt and dark trousers stand in front of small white van parked in front of yellow building with dark green roller door. Letters on the car door are A.S.A.P.
Stories | 22 May 2017

Several long-term unemployed Aboriginal people in Tasmania, after being given full-time work as part of the National Broadband Network, have demonstrated an increase in confidence and self-esteem as well as the ability to engage with others and take responsibility in the work place.

Announcements | 18 May 2017

The Coalition Government’s remote employment programme has achieved a highly significant milestone with the number of six-month employment outcomes reaching 5000.

Woman in pale shirt and dark vest standing in front of Indigenous artwork featuring blue, green, black and ochre coloured elements. A man is to her left dressed in pale shirt and dark jumper standing in front of pale, featureless background.
Stories | 18 May 2017

Indigenous young adults Cassie Moad and Josh Doble have set their feet securely on exciting career paths with Employment Parity Initiative (EPI) Partner, Crown Resorts.

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