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Announcements | 7 Nov 2014

AMA President, A/Prof Brian Owler, today encouraged Indigenous medical students to apply for the 2015 AMA Indigenous Peoples’ Medical Scholarship.

Announcements | 6 Nov 2014

Co-Chair of Reconciliation Australia and University of Canberra chancellor, Dr Tom Calma AO, is urging Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders to participate.

Announcements | 6 Nov 2014

The Australian Government has formally acknowledged the excision of an area of the Maralinga Tjarutja lands, from Defence's Woomera Prohibited Area in an event held at the Maralinga Village today.

Announcements | 31 Oct 2014

2014 Indigenous Governance Awards winners, Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation from Alice Springs and Swan Hill’s The Marruk Project were presented with their Awards last night in Melbourne.

Announcements | 31 Oct 2014

The Australian Government is investing $2 million over two years to establish a Specialised Indigenous Ranger Programme to strengthen the compliance and enforcement powers of Indigenous rangers in Far North Queensland and the Torres Strait.

Announcements | 30 Oct 2014

The Australian Government has made a $3.1 billion commitment to Indigenous health funding for the next four years, a crucial part of which is supporting the role of Indigenous health workers.

Announcements | 29 Oct 2014

Aboriginal people living in the Northern Territory will benefit from funding announced for 34 local projects supported by more than $14.8 million from the Aboriginals Benefit Account.

Announcements | 29 Oct 2014

Conducting patrols in the sky, on the land and on the sea was all in a weekend’s work for Indigenous rangers at an exercise near Townsville this month, as part of efforts to spot and report illegal activities.

Announcements | 27 Oct 2014

A Fraser Island Native Title claim was determined today after five decades of tireless campaigning by the Butchulla Peoples for land and sea claims in the area, also known as K’gari, meaning Paradise.

Announcements | 24 Oct 2014

Funding to increase school attendance in Darwin and Palmerston are among 34 projects supported by more than $14.8 million from the Aboriginals Benefit Account.

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