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Group of Indigenous runners hold Aboriginal flag and Torres Strait Islander flag in front of them. Behind is a bridge and trees.
Announcements | 6 Nov 2018

They came from all over Australia, six men and five women with one single purpose – to run across the finish line of the New York City Marathon.

Announcements | 2 Nov 2018

An Indigenous education program where students can touch, taste, feel and experience traditional culture has been awarded a $454,000 Federal Government grant.

Announcements | 31 Oct 2018

The health and wellbeing of First Australian teenagers and young adults is the focus of a unique new report.

Announcements | 29 Oct 2018

Australians are invited to provide comment on exposure drafts of the Native Title Legislation Amendment Bill 2018 and the Registered Native Title Bodies Corporate Legislation Amendment Regulations 2018, released today by the Morrison Government.

Announcements | 25 Oct 2018

The Lappi Lappi and Ngulupi people are celebrating the recognition of native title over the Central Desert region of Western Australia.

Minister for Indigenous Affairs Nigel Scullion welcomed the historic determination and congratulated the area’s traditional owners on gaining legal acknowledgement of the land.

Announcements | 25 Oct 2018

First Nations people will play a fundamental role in developing guidelines to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kidney patient outcomes, with more than $300,000 in Government funding to Kidney Health Australia to support national consultations.

Announcements | 24 Oct 2018

The 1991 Royal Commission proved to be a watershed moment for all levels of government across Australia to improve justice outcomes for First Nations people.

Announcements | 24 Oct 2018

The Department of Communications and the Arts have released a new fact sheet to raise awareness in the broader community about how movable cultural heritage is protected in Australia.

Announcements | 24 Oct 2018

The Federal Court has found that Birubi Art Pty Ltd (Birubi) made false or misleading representations that products it sold were made in Australia and hand painted by Australian Aboriginal persons, in breach of the Australian Consumer Law.

Announcements | 18 Oct 2018

The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands will provide a multi-agency facility to enhance service delivery in relation to child protection and family violence services in the region.