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Black background with blue dots across the top and a multi-coloured logo just below featuring the words Celebrating NAIDOC Week. Below that are the words Because of her, we can - 8-15 July 2018.
Postcard | 9 Nov 2017

As pillars of our society, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have played – and continue to play - active and significant roles at the community, local, state and national levels.

Black background with blue dots across the top and a multi-coloured logo just below featuring the words Celebrating NAIDOC Week. Below that are the words Because of her, we can - 8-15 July 2018.
Announcements | 9 Nov 2017

NAIDOC Week 2018 will celebrate the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made – and continue to make - to our communities, our families, our rich history and to our nation.

Announcements | 27 Oct 2017

The Turnbull Government welcomes the return of Australian Aboriginal ancestors from Canada and Germany this week.

Indigenous dancers in full traditional dress perform next to a fire on a grassed area in front of onlookers. In the background are tall trees.
Stories | 26 Oct 2017

Indigenous rangers and land managers recently gathered in the beautiful Bunya Mountains of Queensland to share important and traditional fire management skills at the Bonye Bonye Fire Workshop. The retention of these skills is fundamental for Aboriginal people to manage their country.

Announcements | 26 Oct 2017

The Turnbull Government has carefully considered the Referendum Council’s call to amend the Constitution to provide for a national Indigenous representative assembly to constitute a “Voice to Parliament”.

Announcements | 25 Oct 2017

The National NAIDOC Committee has kicked off plans for NAIDOC Week 2018 with the appointment of five members to its ranks.

Group of Aboriginal women and children dressed in colourful clothing stand in front of a grey and blue building on a path with grass in the foreground.
Stories | 20 Oct 2017

Women from Wujal Wujal Women’s Group drove north to the Starcke Homestead for 3 days of yarning, fishing and lots of laughter. However, things didn’t go entirely to plan!

An Aboriginal man in a suit standing in front of a large outdoor metal sculpture.
Stories | 4 Oct 2017

Dharug artist Adam King uses metal in his sculpting to produce unique artwork showcasing his culture. He also sees the opportunity to create jobs for local Aboriginal people.

Announcements | 28 Sep 2017

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has paid tribute to Mr William Bates, a Wilcannia community leader who sadly passed away on the weekend.

Four adults stand in a row: woman in yellow top, woman in white and black dress, man in tuxedo and woman in black top and black and white mottled skirt. All wear glasses and stand in front of a two toned wall.
Stories | 21 Sep 2017

The winners of the Chief Executive Women Indigenous scholarship will travel to Singapore to participate in the Leading for Results program at INSEAD, a prestigious business school.

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