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Group of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth in a group within a room. The word WEX appears at bottom left.
Announcements | 19 Jun 2018

WEX 2018 applications are now open. Completed application forms must be received by Friday 29 June 2018.

The 2018 NAIDOC Week Poster ‘tarmunggie – Woman’, with artist, Cheryl Moggs.
Stories | 19 Jun 2018

This year’s National NAIDOC poster competition winner, Cheryl Moggs, will be attending the NAIDOC launch and artwork unveiling at Australian Parliament House in Canberra. Cheryl will say a few words about her artwork, and will be available to sign copies of the poster. This is the first time an original NAIDOC artwork has been hung in Parliament House.

Announcements | 15 Jun 2018

When Jack Handley was accepted to the Aboriginal Summer School for Excellence in Technology and Science (ASSETS) last year he knew it was going to change his life.

Announcements | 15 Jun 2018

Most significant collection of Aboriginal barks to go to China

Announcements | 14 Jun 2018

Speaking today at the first Provider Business Meeting for the Community Development Programme (CDP) since reforms were announced in the 2018-19 Budget, Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion is encouraging providers to continue working in partnership with government and communities to implement these positive changes.

Postcard | 13 Jun 2018

Add your NAIDOC Week event to the NAIDOC events page.

Stories | 13 Jun 2018

Aunty Tina and Uncle Adrian after the Welcome to Country and smoking ceremony.

Announcements | 12 Jun 2018

The Australian Government is proud to support one of Australia’s largest cultural events, expanding the iconic Barunga Festival with an additional $150,000 for the festival’s cultural program.

Announcements | 12 Jun 2018

It was two from two for the women’s and men’s Aboriginal XI squads at the 3aaa Country Ground in Derby today with both recording comfortable victories. The women crushed the National Cricket Conference by 137 runs while the men defeated hosts Derbyshire by 7 wickets with 17 balls to spare.

Announcements | 12 Jun 2018

2018 Aboriginal XI cricket squads have recreated a series of photos from the 1868 tour with the help of Australian captain Tim Paine.

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