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Colourful image featuring red circles and blue circles with the following words: Indigenous Art Market 7th and 8th Dec. Don't miss out! Welcome to Ngunnawal Country Lynnice Church
Event | 7 Dec 2018
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The 2018 AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market is bigger and better than ever!

A woman in beige coloured shirt stands next to another woman in black dress and in front of four photos hanging on a wood panel wall.
Stories | 13 Nov 2018

Community Night Patroller Andrea Cameron is passionate about the important work she does within her community of Palumpa.

Image of half sun with radiating lines and the words Supplier Diversity Awards.
Announcements | 12 Nov 2018

Supply Nation’s Supplier Diversity Awards recognise companies, government agencies and individuals who are helping create a prosperous, vibrant and sustainable Indigenous business sector.

Announcements | 10 Nov 2018

One of Australia’s most important and distinctive rock art regions, Quinkan Country, has been added to Australia’s National Heritage List.

Announcements | 9 Nov 2018

The Mirrar people have won native title recognition over the Jabiru area of the Northern Territory, bringing to an end one of the longest running native title claims in Australia’s history.

An application for native title recognition of the area was filed in the Federal Court on 1 September 1997.

More than 20 years on, Minister Scullion said it brought him immense joy to see the historic final determination go the way of the land’s traditional owners.

Tall tower flanked by Australian and French flags and to left and right are cemetery headstones with trees in the background. In the foreground is a carved stone with the words Their Name Liveth For Evermore
Stories | 9 Nov 2018

In Villers-Bretonneux of Northern France lie the remains of 13 Aboriginal Diggers. Killed in World War I, they, like their fellow Australian soldiers, are now sons of France, loved, honoured and not forgotten.

Announcements | 9 Nov 2018

The ACCC and state and territory consumer affairs agencies have today launched a new scams awareness initiative called ‘Too good to be true’, and will work with Indigenous communities on ways to identify and avoid scammers.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Ms June Oscar AO.
Stories | 7 Nov 2018

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, June Oscar AO, is leading the Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women’s Voices) project designed to elevate the voices of Indigenous women.

Two Indigenous Women hugging inside. Another lady walking in the background wearing an Indigenous print shirt.
Postcard | 6 Nov 2018

The Social Justice Commissioner June Oscar is calling for submissions from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, girls and key organisations for the Wiyi Yani U Thangani Women Voices project.

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