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Three children stand in front of a colourful artistic display. Each holds a children’s book open to a two page spread with paintings on the left and text on the right.
Stories | 15 May 2020
Students at Galiwin’ku, northeast Arnhem Land have illustrated a new book based on a traditional children’s story told in the Djambarrpuyngu Lunggurrpuy language.
Green tile with a red insert with the words: Coronavirus Covid-19. Below the insert are the words: How the testing works
Stories | 14 May 2020
Testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) is important for the health and safety of the whole community.
A white tile on a background of colourful Indigenous designs. In the tile are the words: Keep connected online. Video conference with friends and family to stay connected while being apart. At right are human figures in TV screens and another woman stand.
Stories | 14 May 2020
Coronavirus has had a big impact on how communities practise ceremony and culture. For many, this has been a difficult change to go through.
Elderly Indigenous man sits in a room surrounded by large and small pots with Indigenous designs painted or carved on them. Behind him is a wooden wall in front of which is a steel rack upon which are pots.
Announcements | 14 May 2020
The Indigenous arts sector will receive an extra $7 million through the Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) Program during COVID-19.
Two panels and a figure of a man in hat and shirt sit on a white background. The panel at left says: 5 tips for staying healthy and strong during the coronavirus outbreak. The panel at right says: 1 Be informed the right way. 2 Be practical and prepared
Announcements | 13 May 2020
Gayaa Dhuwi (Proud Spirit) Australia today launched five free posters for Indigenous Australians containing 20 tips for staying healthy and strong during the coronavirus outbreak.
An elderly woman with dark long hair and wearing a dark top stands next to a gum tree. In the background are water and trees.
Stories | 13 May 2020
Yvonne talks about Ngarrindjeri weaving and the importance of passing this knowledge to future generations.
Two images with one overlaid on the other. The background is colourful with tradtional Indigenous design. On top of that is a white image featuring an elderly Indigenous man at left and to his right the following words We're all going to fight coronavirus
Stories | 12 May 2020
The number of new coronavirus cases has now stayed low enough for health officials to feel confident that Australia is ‘flattening the curve’.
Two part image with colourful background of Indigenous traditional designs with white overlay featuring human figures and the following words: Coronavirus can affect everyone in our community. Coronavirus can spread easily. Washing hands regularly.
Stories | 12 May 2020
If you test positive to coronavirus, the best thing you can do is self-isolate properly to stop it spreading in our community.
Two men wearing high-visibility vests and blue shorts working in a warehouse filled with boxes. In front of the two men are tables piled with jackets and work clothing.
Stories | 12 May 2020
Learn how PPE and promotional merchandise company Geared Up Culcha is pivoting its business in response to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Head and shoulder photo of a young adult woman with long hair and pink lipstick. In the background is a painting hanging on a wall.
Stories | 12 May 2020
Dancer and proud Wiradjuri woman, Maddie Paluch reminds us how important it is to stay active during coronavirus (COVID-19).

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