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Announcements | 15 Aug 2018

The Turnbull Government has today released a landmark analysis conducted by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) in partnership with the Healing Foundation into the outcomes and current needs of the Stolen Generations.

Announcements | 10 Aug 2018

Queensland’s Mossman Gorge provided a stunning backdrop today as six young Indigenous people commenced their apprenticeship journeys in the hospitality industry.

Announcements | 10 Aug 2018

Defence personnel last week celebrated the 20th Anniversary of the Garma Festival, Australia’s premier Indigenous event, in Gulkula, north-east Arnhem Land, Northern Territory.

Announcements | 9 Aug 2018

From Monday 6 August, low aromatic fuel has been available for sale in Darwin, in a win for remote communities in the region battling petrol sniffing.

Announcements | 9 Aug 2018

The Coalition Government is providing a $4.5 million boost to Indigenous entrepreneurs in the electorate of Leichhardt, as part of the $5 billion community-led Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS).

Announcements | 6 Aug 2018

Visual arts and storytelling will be used to communicate legal advice to people in remote Indigenous communities as part of a new program being officially launched today at Kununurra, Western Australia.

Announcements | 6 Aug 2018

The ABC has donated more than 10,000 reference books to Indigenous Australian students in the Northern Territory, to strengthen their education and employment opportunities.

The National NAIDOC Commitee standing in front of a photo wall at the 2018 Awards
Announcements | 6 Aug 2018

Are you interested in setting the direction for national NAIDOC Week celebrations? Do you have the skills, passion and networks to help National NAIDOC drive and grow the celebrations?

Announcements | 1 Aug 2018

The Australian Government has committed $23.2 million through the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) to 28 new projects.

Compilation of multiple images of maps and brochures and landscape and people. Words at top left are Lake Eyre Basin Aboriginal Way.
Announcements | 1 Aug 2018

​The rich history of the Lake Eyre Basin is being celebrated with a mapping project showing Aboriginal stories, songlines, trade routes, and language groups.

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