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Announcements | 8 Nov 2013

The Federal Government’s Review of Indigenous Training and Employment Programmes is seeking breakthrough ideas from across Australia about how to improve Indigenous employment.

Employers, Indigenous leaders, jobseekers, peak bodies, employment and training providers and other interested parties are invited to provide input into the Review.

AFL Indigenous All Stars coach Michael O'Loughlin with the “Aboriginal Health in Aboriginal Hands” app.
Stories | 8 Nov 2013

The chair of the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) Justin Mohamed recently joined with the AFL Indigenous All Stars team to launch Australia’s first Aboriginal Health app.

Stories | 6 Nov 2013

BushMob’s intention is clear – they want young people in Central Australia who have lost their way to make some positive choices in their lives.

Singer-songwriter Marcus Corowa.
Stories | 4 Nov 2013

Having played the guitar since he was six years old, singer-songwriter Marcus Corowa is using his talent to share his stories across Australia, including performing at a number of NAIDOC events in 2013.

Lex Bowen and Doreen Rankine show-off their artwork at the Indigenous Knowledge and Technology Centre, Hope Vale, QLD.
Stories | 1 Nov 2013

In Hopevale, the Indigenous Knowledge and Technology Centre has become a window to the world for the small, far north Queensland community. See more in the video story.

Announcements | 31 Oct 2013

On 25 September 2013, the Prime Minister announced an open expressions of interest process for the
Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council.

This process has now closed.

The Prime Minster expressed his thanks to everyone who submitted expressions of interest.

The Government will announce membership of the Council shortly.

Broadcaster Joel Mamarika and his mentor Percy Bishop working in CAAMA’s mobile radio studio, Ntaria, NT.
Stories | 30 Oct 2013

Situated on Groote Eylandt in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Umbakumba is small and remote, and for many, Radio Umbakumba is their only link to the outside world.

Announcements | 29 Oct 2013

A new, illustrated booklet designed to inform and support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women through the breast cancer journey was launched today by the federal Minister for Health, the Hon Peter Dutton.

No Smokes guest blogger Sekur Clayton.
Stories | 28 Oct 2013

The power of blogging is being used in an innovative way by national anti-smoking campaign, No Smokes.

Announcements | 25 Oct 2013

A franchisee of a national household goods rental business has released Indigenous consumers from their contracts following an ASIC surveillance for unconscionable conduct.

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