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Announcements | 5 Apr 2019

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has welcomed the appointment of Ms Andrea Mason OAM as a Commissioner for the Royal Commission into violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with a disability, announced today by the Prime Minister, the Hon Scott Morrison MP.

Announcements | 4 Apr 2019

The Coalition Government has delivered a stronger economy that ensures we can make record investments in services and opportunities for First Australians.

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Announcements | 3 Apr 2019

An entry-level program developed for Indigenous peoples to start their career in the Australian Public Service (APS).

Announcements | 3 Apr 2019

The Commonwealth Government is committed to continue rolling out low aromatic fuel as part of a proven strategy to reduce the harm caused by petrol sniffing.

Announcements | 2 Apr 2019

The dividends of a strong economy are being reinvested by the Coalition Government into new services and opportunities to improve the lives of Indigenous Australians.

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Announcements | 1 Apr 2019

Applications are now open for the Indigenous Affairs stream of graduate careers in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Announcements | 29 Mar 2019

Twenty-one Indigenous rangers will today graduate having completed new compliance training under the federal government’s $30 million Capacity Building for Indigenous Rangers Strategy.

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Announcements | 29 Mar 2019

Indigenous Australians who have served in Australia’s wartime history were recognised at the unveiling of a sculpture at the Australian War Memorial yesterday.

The Commonwealth Government was pleased to have supported the construction of the sculpture ‘For Our Country’ with a $225,000 grant from the Indigenous Advancement Strategy.

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Senator Nigel Scullion said the sculpture pays an important tribute to the military service of Indigenous Australians.

Announcements | 28 Mar 2019

The Australian Government is providing an additional $1.1 million over three years to continue critical services that support victims of family violence in Darwin.

Announcements | 28 Mar 2019

Today R U OK? will launch Stronger Together, a targeted suicide prevention campaign to encourage conversation within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

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