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Announcements | 1 Dec 2014

The Australian Government today welcomed the 2013-14 yearbook from the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC), highlighting the significant progress in strengthening corporate compliance.

Announcements | 28 Nov 2014

80 Indigenous Australians will be given the skills necessary to enter the NSW Police College in Goulburn through the further investment by the Australian Government in a NSW pre-employment programme.

Announcements | 27 Nov 2014

Australian employers will be better prepared to hire and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees with a new guide launched today in Canberra by the Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion.

Announcements | 27 Nov 2014

Watercolour paintings from five generations of Western Aranda artists are on display at Parliament House in Canberra from today to raise awareness of the legacy of Albert Namatjira and the importance of arts centres to remote communities.

Announcements | 26 Nov 2014

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, Assistant Minister for Health, Fiona Nash, and Member for Durack, Melissa Price, have congratulated the Yaandina Family Centre on the official opening today of a new residential drug and rehabilitation centre located on the Great Northern Highway near South Hedland in the Pilbara.

Announcements | 25 Nov 2014

The Australian Olympic Committee ( AOC) is changing its constitution  to recognise our indigenous heritage.

Announcements | 25 Nov 2014

Sixty Indigenous job seekers in the Pilbara will be placed into guaranteed jobs in pastoral and land management through the opening of the region’s third Vocational Training & Employment Centre (VTEC).

Announcements | 24 Nov 2014

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said today more time would be taken to assess funding applications received under the Government’s $4.8 billion Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS).

Announcements | 20 Nov 2014

A Productivity Commission report on Indigenous disadvantage, released today, provides hard evidence of both the successes and failures of initiatives to overcome Indigenous disadvantage.

Announcements | 20 Nov 2014

Minister for Education, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP today welcomed the passage of the Australian Education Amendment Bill 2014.

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