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Words 'Indigenous Voice' appear on a dark grey background with wavy blue, black and white lines with dots and circles at right and beige colour at far right.
Postcard | 4 Nov 2019
Find out about the co-design process to develop models for local, regional and national elements of an Indigenous voice.
Aboriginal child on a cable suspended over brown soil. In the background is bare soil and some trees.
Stories | 4 Nov 2019
The Punmu Activity Hub is a great place for kids to spend their spare time.
Group of Indigenous people stand on a beach. Most are dressed in kakhi shirts and blue trousers.
Announcements | 4 Nov 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) recently celebrated 10 years for the region’s Ranger program with the launch of a new project to restore the heritage site of Dabangay on Mabuyag.
Announcements | 1 Nov 2019
Throughout October, Indigenous businesses have showcased the many ways Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people create jobs, bring financial security to their families and communities, and contribute to the growth of the Australian economy.
Announcements | 1 Nov 2019
The Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Ken Wyatt, visited Yarrabah in Queensland today to listen to locals and hear how they’re working to help get children to school, and the positive effects youth engagement is having in the community.
A man wearing a red checked shirt and black rimmed glasses looks at camera. In the background are bushes, a fence and some grass. Above him is a ceiling.
Stories | 31 Oct 2019
Geared Up Culcha is a thriving Indigenous managed business thanks to sound business practices.
Two men flank two women as all walk shoulder to shoulder on old asphalt. In the background is a vehicle and a building.
Announcements | 30 Oct 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) continues its work with Telstra and all levels of government to expand telecommunications infrastructure in the Torres Strait region.
Elderly man in yellow shirt and peaked cap stands with left hand raised. In the background are trees and bare ground.
Stories | 30 Oct 2019
Gavi Duncan explains the story of Baiyami, the father creator in Dreamtime legend.
Main painted with purple Indigenous designs on hands and knees on a smooth black floor. Above and below him are the words National Library of Australia and Fellowship Presentation.
Event | 8 Nov 2019
Canberra ACT
Independent choreographer and dancer Joel Bray will share his research into traditional Indigenous ceremonial practices.
Announcements | 30 Oct 2019
Indigenous Australians from across Australia will have the opportunity to have their say on the development of an Indigenous voice to government.

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