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Indigenous man dressed in workwear sits at the controls of a boat. In the background is water.
Announcements | 4 Dec 2019
Applications for Tranche One of the 1,000 Jobs Package have been extended until 30 December 2019.
Announcements | 3 Dec 2019
The Indigenous Procurement Policy is increasing the rate of government purchasing from Indigenous businesses according to an independent evaluation.
Announcements | 2 Dec 2019
Each year, Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) showcases the work of over 2000 emerging and established Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. The Fair provides a remarkable space for visitors to meet and learn from over 70 different First Nations cultural groups from across Australia.
An elderly Aboriginal woman with long hair and wearing a black and gold dress stands at a pulpit with attached microphone. In the background are blue, red and black colours.
Announcements | 2 Dec 2019
The annual First Nations Media Awards celebration was held at the Old Quarry, just outside Mparntwe (Alice Springs) on Friday night, 30th November. Hosted by First Nations Media Australia and the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA), the event recognised excellence in all forms of media production.
Announcements | 2 Dec 2019
From 1 January 2020, if your kid gets ABSTUDY you could keep your Family Tax Benefit (FTB) longer.
Four men and two women dressed in suits or casual clothing stand in a carpeted room with furniture. Two men hold a box in which is an Indigenous artefact which looks like an emu tail feather.
Announcements | 27 Nov 2019
Representatives of the Nyamal Nation participated in a private ceremony yesterday at the Western Australian Museum to welcome cultural heritage material that was recently repatriated from the Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester.
Announcements | 26 Nov 2019
The Morrison Government welcomes the return of the remains of 45 Australian Indigenous ancestors from Germany to communities in South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia.
A large group of Indigenous people stand or sit in front of a building and a tree. All are dressed in colourful clothing.
Announcements | 25 Nov 2019
As part of the Torres Strait Regional Authority’s (TSRA) 25th Anniversary, the TSRA visited the Saibai community on 14 November in a joint anniversary celebration with the Muyngu KoekaperDance Team.
A woman sits on an orange couch facing a girl on the same couch. The background is black and included the words: Recognise, Reflect, Respond. Be ready to talk, Violence Against women. Let's stop it at the start.
Announcements | 25 Nov 2019
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are encouraged to join national efforts to help break the cycle of violence against women, coinciding with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on 25 November.
One women and 4 men in formal wear stand shoulder to shoulder. A balding man in the middle holds a document. In the background are flags and a wall tapestry.
Announcements | 25 Nov 2019
A delegation of Traditional Owners from the Gangalidda Garawa Nation and representatives from the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) attended a moving handover ceremony at Australia House, London.

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