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For bare chested Indigenous men in traditional headress (dari) walk past a crowd of mainly Indigenous onlookers.
Announcements | 6 Sep 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) has announced a second round of funding across a wide range of initiatives for Torres Strait Islander and Aboriginal organisations and individuals.
Two Aboriginal women smile at an Aboriginal child held by one of them. The child wears a blue jumpsuit with Aboriginal designs on the front. In the background is a flower bed, two fences and trees.
Stories | 6 Sep 2019
The Pika Wiya Health Service in Port Augusta is making the 715 health check a regular event for everybody in the local Aboriginal community.
Group of Indigenous people dressed in workwear and ranger uniforms and some holding rakes and shovels sit or stand around a well. In the background is a building and trees.
Announcements | 6 Sep 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority’s (TSRA) Masig Rangers have completed a project to restore and cap nine historic wells which are of cultural importance to the Masig community.
Souvenirs and gifts are displayed on a black wall and a black table. Included are items like necklaces, cards, shirts and paintings.
Announcements | 6 Sep 2019
Torres Strait culture and art was on show at the 2019 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) as the Gab Titui Cultural Centre joined 70 Indigenous Art Centres from across Australia.
Large sign in foreground with the words Cullunghutti Aboriginal Children and Family Centre. In the background is a building with shrubs and around it. Behind the building is a sail and a clear blue sky.
Stories | 5 Sep 2019
Learn about the centre in Nowra preparing Aboriginal leaders for the future.
Announcements | 5 Sep 2019
Digital labelling technology to authenticate art works by Indigenous artists is being trialled at this week's Desert Mob Indigenous Art Fair organised by Desart in Alice Springs.
Event | 23 Oct 2019
South Brisbane QLD
In October 2019 join the Australian Indigenous Governance Institute for an Indigenous Governance Excellence Masterclass in Brisbane.
Two books are displayed side by side. On each, two Indigenous children stand at the bottom and above them are a series of rough circles in blue and purple. Words on the left book are I Saw, We Saw and on the right book, Nha Nhunu Nhanal?
Stories | 3 Sep 2019
Students at Nhulunbuy Primary School have written a book about life in Nhulunbuy.
Aboriginal man in red shirt, blue jeans and a black cap sits on a rock ledge behind which are cave paintings. In front of him is a fallen log.
Stories | 2 Sep 2019
Learn the story of Mutawintji, an important ceremonial place, as told by Barkindji man Michael “Smacka” Whyman.
Group of Torres Strait Islander people stand against a wall in a shed. Two prams are in shot. Above them are lights and fans.
Announcements | 2 Sep 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) Environmental Management team recently brought its Community Backyard Garden Workshop program to Iama for the first time.

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