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Poster showing three yellow dot circles at the top with images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons holding large gold or blue awards. Below the circles are the words: Nominations are now open for the National NAIDOC Awards 8-15 July 2018.
Stories | 27 Mar 2018

Nominations for the National NAIDOC Awards will remain open until 3 April 2018.

Two images side by side: on the left are two Aboriginal young women wearing AFL jumpers and holding a football. On the right is a map of Australia displaying map-markers and numbers.
Stories | 26 Mar 2018

The new look Indigenous.gov.au website includes more user-friendly features including drop-down menus, quick access to latest stories and a Community Finder map leading to more information on regional communities.

Two young Aboriginal women sit at a picnic table, holding an AFL football in their hands. One wears a blue and pink football jumper, the other wears a blue and white striped football jumper. In the background is a grassed area, trees and buildings.
Stories | 23 Mar 2018

The Galiwin’ku women’s AFL team won the 2017 NT Chief Minister’s Cup because of their hard work, sacrifice and the efforts of 4 determined young women.

At top left are concentric circles beginning on the outside with dots and lines inside leading to a yellow centre. At top right is a yellow hourglass like figure on red background with the word ‘asean’ underneath. Underneath are the words ASEAN-AUSTRALIA
Stories | 13 Mar 2018

Design company Dreamtime Creative designed the logo for the ASEAN-Australia Special Summit, a challenge due to the many Asian cultures and languages present at the summit.

Female Indigenous elder with ceremonial painting on her body by Wayne Quilliam.
Stories | 8 Mar 2018

Digital storyteller, Wayne Quilliam’s photographic exhibition showcases the achievements, experiences and challenges faced by Australian Indigenous women.

Six photos in a montage. Starting top left: 2 women with traditional face paint, woman in dark jacket wearing glasses, woman and man standing on street holding Aboriginal flag behind them, group of women in graduation gowns and holding certificates
Stories | 6 Mar 2018

To celebrate International Women’s Day on 8 March, Indigenous.gov.au is showcasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who are ‘pressing for progress’ in their own lives and in the lives of those in their communities.

Indigenous woman with long black hair wearing black clothing stands in front of the Aboriginal, Australian and Torres Strait Islander flags. In the background is a glass wall behind which is an office.
Stories | 2 Mar 2018

The Australian Government is expanding its use and availability of Indigenous interpreters. Their services help many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians get better access to government services and opportunities.

AIATSIS CEO, Craig Ritchie, posing in front of a white background with blue framed glasses, light blue shirt and navy blue blazer.
Stories | 1 Mar 2018

Are digital technologies a threat or an opportunity for cultural heritage institutions such as the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)? Craig Ritchie, CEO of AIATSIS, shares his views.

Young Aboriginal child in black shorts and white shirt stands on a surfboard riding a half-metre high wave.
Stories | 21 Feb 2018

The Woorrangalook Victorian Koori Surf Titles brought together more than 120 Indigenous surfers from across the state for a fun weekend of surfing and Indigenous culture.

A group of Indigenous children with white ceremonial paint on their bodies wearing shorts or yellow coverings dance on green grass watched by a crowd of onlookers.
Stories | 19 Feb 2018

In 2018, the Bwgcolman people of Palm Island in North Queensland are recognising the centenary of the first placement of people on the island.

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