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Announcements | 21 Feb 2014

The Indigenous Employment Programme Labour Market Assistance Outcome report has now been released.

Announcements | 16 Feb 2014

Minister for Social Services Kevin Andrews and Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, have welcomed the results of a survey which shows community support for income management in the Ceduna area of South Australia.

Announcements | 14 Feb 2014

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, today welcomed the announcement of a parliamentary inquiry into the impact of alcohol on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Announcements | 14 Feb 2014

The Australian Electoral Commission is calling on all Indigenous Australians aged 16 to 25 to apply now for the National Indigenous Youth Parliament (NIYP).

Announcements | 13 Feb 2014

“Today’s anniversary of the National Apology to Indigenous People is a timely reminder of the historic day,” Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said.

Announcements | 13 Feb 2014

When Prime Minister Keating made his famous Redfern speech in 1992, I was an opposition staffer. My job was to disagree with everything he said. While I could quibble with aspects of that speech, I couldn’t disagree with its central point: that our failures towards Australia’s first people were a stain on our soul.

Announcements | 12 Feb 2014

“The celebration of the unique connection Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have with country will be recognised in the National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) celebrations later this year,” Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion said.

Announcements | 7 Feb 2014

Minister for the Arts, Senator the Hon George Brandis QC, and Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Senator the Hon Nigel Scullion have announced the recipients of $2.6 million in funding for new language preservation projects.

Announcements | 6 Feb 2014

Key Indigenous leaders and representatives from corporate Australia have come together for the first official meeting of the Federal Government’s Empowered Communities project.

Announcements | 5 Feb 2014

Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister Senator Nigel Scullion has welcomed a decision by the Federal Court which has ordered the former CEO of an Aboriginal medical service to pay over $1.2 million in fines and compensation and disqualified him from managing an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation for 15 years.