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A man with black hair wearing a blue shirt and brown pants stands in the desert. Around him is dry bushes, red dirt and there is a tree with no leaves in the left hand corner.
Stories | 22 May 2020
Maralinga Tjarutja, a new documentary from Blackfella Films premieres on ABC TV and iview on Sunday 24 May 2020.
Pictured is an Indigenous school aged boy in a classroom reading a school book.
Stories | 21 May 2020
Many students will be returning to school and classrooms as the coronavirus restrictions start to ease.
Young woman with long brown hair touches a map of Australia featuring place markers and names. In the background is another young woman with her hair in a bun. Beyond her is a display. In the foreground is an arm touching the map.
Announcements | 21 May 2020
Australia’s largest Indigenous art event to go online in 2020.
Red panel on a yellow tile. In the red are the words Coronavirus (COVID-19) and below in the yellow are: Food security for remote communities.
Stories | 21 May 2020
Ensuring food and other essential supplies are available to remote communities during coronavirus is one of the Governments highest priorities.
Two images. At left: A young adult man and young adult woman stand side by side. Before them is a tray of lobsters. At right: A middle aged woman places a fish on a scale. Before here is a tray of fish and behind her is a large fridge.
Announcements | 21 May 2020
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) is proud to announce that the Erub Fisheries Management Association (EFMA) team has recently produced a shipment of local seafood.
A white tile on a background of indigenous art design. In the tile on the left is an image of Dr Shannon Springer. On the right are the words: Shout out to our healthcare workers who are out working at the forefront with our people.
Stories | 20 May 2020
Health workers are doing an incredible job keeping communities safe from coronavirus.
In the foreground we see the backs of an elderly man in a fur cloak and a young girl in a black shirt. Immediately in front of them is long grass and in the background is a large grass covered hill.
Stories | 20 May 2020
Bryon Powell shares dreaming stories from places across Wadawurrung country.
In this together- National Reconciliation Week 2020, 27 May – 3 June
Stories | 19 May 2020
National Reconciliation Week 2020 events will proceed online, where you can join in through social and digital media conversations.
A white tile on a background of colourful Indigenous designs. In the tile on the right are figures of people with love hearts. At left are the words: Look after mental health. During this difficult time, reach out to community if you are feeling stressed.
Stories | 19 May 2020
At the moment, many of us are spending a lot of time at home with kids and children’s lives have also been turned upside down with so many now studying from home.
Four young women and an adult woman sit at computer desks or a table in a carpeted room with pale coloured walls and windows through to another room. Above the windows are the words: Be kind, Be safe, Work hard.
Stories | 18 May 2020
The Alternative Learning Centre in Coober Pedy, SA is having a positive effect on students previously disengaged from mainstream education.

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