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Announcements | 25 Sep 2019
The Morrison Government has delivered on its election commitment by providing $2 million to the Cairns Hockey Association supporting the expansion of their ‘Aspire to be Deadly’ Indigenous Hockey program to four additional locations across northern Queensland.
Seven Aboriginal women in ranger uniforms stand next to a white bark tree. In the background is a rocky slope and more trees.
Stories | 25 Sep 2019
The Tjuwanpa Women Rangers (TWR) have placed posters around their community to explain their role in Caring for Country.
At left: brown haired Indigenous woman wearing glasses, a dark coat and colourful dress. At right: grey haired Indigenous man in dark suit and green tie. In background is a traditional design of circles, connecting lines and caterpillar like shapes.
Announcements | 23 Sep 2019
The Joint Council invites Indigenous Australians to participate in developing reform priorities for the new National Agreement.
An Aboriginal man in brown jacket and boy in red, black and yellow shirt, stand near a river behind them. Also in the background are trees, grass and a blue sky.
Stories | 23 Sep 2019
Uncle Ron Marks teaches Hunter King about the legend of the bunyip at Wutiyeti and traditional water management on Barengi Djul.
Announcements | 23 Sep 2019
Over 150 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander media workers have gathered on Waiben (Thursday Island) for the 20th Remote Indigenous Media Festival.
Woman with hair drawn back and wearing a white top stands behind clear glass. She is applying post-it notes to the glass. In the background are windows and lights and walls.
Announcements | 20 Sep 2019
Have your say in the design of the Boosting Female Founders Initiative.
Three circles revolve around a central circle and each connected by three lines to the central circle. Below are the words Indigenous Business Month Awards.
Announcements | 20 Sep 2019
For the first time Indigenous Business Month (IBM) will introduce three Awards to recognise the contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses to their community and to Australian society.
Two men stand side by side and hold between them a large framed certificate. The man on the left wears a checked shirt and dark trousers. The man at right wears a blue shirt and green trousers. They stand in a room with two large TV screens in the back.
Stories | 19 Sep 2019
Gatha Munungurr recently received the legal powers to protect his sea country.
Two men stand in a shop below a large screen mounted on the wall. On the wall are also notices, a clock and a shelf of consumables. In front of them is a cash register. The man on the left wears a blue shirt and the man on the right wears a fawn shirt.
Announcements | 18 Sep 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) is working in collaboration with Community Enterprise Queensland (CEQ) to install digital notice boards at all IBIS stores across the Torres Strait.
Grants & Funding | 17 Sep 2019
The Australian Government has made Indigenous Affairs a significant national priority. The Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS) is the way in which the Australian Government funds and delivers a range of programmes targeting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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