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Announcements | 18 Oct 2018

Seven Australian Indigenous screen practitioners will travel to Los Angeles next month for a series of high level networking opportunities.

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Stories | 18 Oct 2018

Coober Pedy based school attendance officer Monique Highfold is inspiring children to go to school and pursue their unique dreams.

Announcements | 17 Oct 2018

The Native Title Registrar has today accepted the six Indigenous Land Use Agreements (ILUA), known as the South West Settlement ILUAs, for registration.

Announcements | 17 Oct 2018

Defence congratulates Warrant Officer Class 2 Shane Cox (Army), Specialist Recruiter Indigenous, on being shortlisted for the Australian HR Institute (AHRI) Diversity Champion Award.

Announcements | 16 Oct 2018

Twenty-five Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health services across the nation are undertaking facility upgrades and repairs, thanks to more than $2.7 million in funding from the Service Maintenance Program.

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Stories | 15 Oct 2018

indigiTUBE is a platform for sharing Indigenous media content. Whether music, radio, video, news or oral history, indigiTUBE is a place for sharing and learning about the rich culture of First Nations people.

Announcements | 13 Oct 2018

The Mobile Black Spot Program rollout has now passed 600 base stations across Australia.

Announcements | 12 Oct 2018

A new $13 million Community Safety and Security Facility will be built on Saibai Island – the first multi-agency facility to be constructed in the Torres Strait.

Federal Leichhardt MP Warren Entsch, who visited Saibai Island this week to make the announcement, said the facility is expected to be a base for federal and state policing, community safety, security and community agencies, making their services more accessible for the island’s 500 residents.

Announcements | 12 Oct 2018

The Morrison Government is rolling out the next stage of the immediate testing and treatment of syphilis in Indigenous communities.

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