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Indigenous woman with hair pulled back wearing a purple dress. In the background is a wall, then a playing field and buildings.
Stories | 28 Nov 2019
Lani Brennan (author, mother and survivor of domestic violence) shares what she would say to her 15-year-old self about respect.
Four men and two women dressed in suits or casual clothing stand in a carpeted room with furniture. Two men hold a box in which is an Indigenous artefact which looks like an emu tail feather.
Announcements | 27 Nov 2019
Representatives of the Nyamal Nation participated in a private ceremony yesterday at the Western Australian Museum to welcome cultural heritage material that was recently repatriated from the Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester.
White tile with multi-brown coloured circular mat at right. At left are the words: Ngulla Wellamunuagaa, Trees that have survived and revived. 5 December 2019 - 29 March 2020, National Museum of Australia, Canberra
Event | 5 Dec 2019
Acton ACT
Trees that have survived and revived.
An Aboriginal man with short hair and wearing a black and orange polo necked shirt looks at camera.
Stories | 27 Nov 2019
Signposts near the town of Parkes, NSW point to an ancient gathering spot.
Two Indigenous men and two Indigenous women in black t-shirts stand in a room on a hard floor and behind a banner which says BBM 98.7FM. Behind them are black vertical banners with similar logos and writing.
Stories | 26 Nov 2019
Bumma Bippera Media is a voice for Indigenous people in Far North Queensland.
Announcements | 26 Nov 2019
The Morrison Government welcomes the return of the remains of 45 Australian Indigenous ancestors from Germany to communities in South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia.
A large group of Indigenous people stand or sit in front of a building and a tree. All are dressed in colourful clothing.
Announcements | 25 Nov 2019
As part of the Torres Strait Regional Authority’s (TSRA) 25th Anniversary, the TSRA visited the Saibai community on 14 November in a joint anniversary celebration with the Muyngu KoekaperDance Team.
A woman sits on an orange couch facing a girl on the same couch. The background is black and included the words: Recognise, Reflect, Respond. Be ready to talk, Violence Against women. Let's stop it at the start.
Announcements | 25 Nov 2019
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are encouraged to join national efforts to help break the cycle of violence against women, coinciding with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on 25 November.
One women and 4 men in formal wear stand shoulder to shoulder. A balding man in the middle holds a document. In the background are flags and a wall tapestry.
Announcements | 25 Nov 2019
A delegation of Traditional Owners from the Gangalidda Garawa Nation and representatives from the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) attended a moving handover ceremony at Australia House, London.
Three men in lifejackets stand in a boat with a roof over their heads. In the background is water and trees.
Announcements | 25 Nov 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) Compliance Management Unit recently hosted a joint compliance operation in the Top Western region with key partner agencies to build capacity in the Rangers program.

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