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Announcements | 19 Nov 2018

Community Night Patrol (CNP) providers in the Top End have cemented their partnership with Northern Territory Police to work better together to improve community safety outcomes in remote communities across the Northern Territory.

Announcements | 19 Nov 2018

The Coalition Government is today investing $2.25 million to support the introduction of a legislated Custody Notification Service (CNS) in the Northern Territory.

Announcements | 19 Nov 2018

Applications are open for the 2019-20 Indigenous Languages and Arts (ILA) program grant opportunity.

Announcements | 18 Nov 2018

First Australians living in regional areas and on country in Queensland have greater access to blindness prevention services through the Indigenous Diabetes Eyes and Screening (IDEAS) Van.

Announcements | 16 Nov 2018

The health, wellbeing and future prospects for children in remote communities will be winners, through a major extension of the successful John Moriarty Football program to 12 centres across New South Wales and Queensland.

Black banner with words Indigenous Employee Yarns and Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney & Brisbane Networking Events on top of a pink, white and yellow traditional design.
Announcements | 14 Nov 2018

You are invited to attend an Australian Government Indigenous employee networking event hosted by the Australian Public Service.

Image of half sun with radiating lines and the words Supplier Diversity Awards.
Announcements | 12 Nov 2018

Supply Nation’s Supplier Diversity Awards recognise companies, government agencies and individuals who are helping create a prosperous, vibrant and sustainable Indigenous business sector.

Announcements | 10 Nov 2018

One of Australia’s most important and distinctive rock art regions, Quinkan Country, has been added to Australia’s National Heritage List.

Announcements | 9 Nov 2018

The Mirrar people have won native title recognition over the Jabiru area of the Northern Territory, bringing to an end one of the longest running native title claims in Australia’s history.

An application for native title recognition of the area was filed in the Federal Court on 1 September 1997.

More than 20 years on, Minister Scullion said it brought him immense joy to see the historic final determination go the way of the land’s traditional owners.

Announcements | 9 Nov 2018

The ACCC and state and territory consumer affairs agencies have today launched a new scams awareness initiative called ‘Too good to be true’, and will work with Indigenous communities on ways to identify and avoid scammers.

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