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A man in white t-shirt and shaven head sits at a desk writing. In front of him is a laptop, a magazine, papers and booklets. In the background is a wall and windows.
Announcements | 1 May 2020
The Indigenous Affairs Committee in the Federal Parliament has launched a new survey seeking your feedback on ways to make employment and business ownership easier to access for Indigenous Australians.
A green tile with the image of a hand holding a smartphone at right and at left the following words: Let's stop the spread. Stay home, save lives. Download now. CovidSafe.
Stories | 1 May 2020
There is a new phone app called COVIDSafe you can now download.
Free Flu Vaccination
Stories | 30 Apr 2020
COVID-19 can be dangerous for Elders or people who are already unwell.
We see the corner of a shop and the eaves at the top. At the shopfront are two silver coloured benches. There are various signs on the walls including the words: Panunya Community Store.
Stories | 30 Apr 2020
Making sure food and other essential supplies continue to flow to all Australians has been a focus of the Government since the beginning of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two men struggle for possession of a soccer ball. The man on the left is in blue and the man on the right is in a yellow top and green shorts.
Stories | 30 Apr 2020
Former Socceroo, Jade North, shares important tips to keep our mob safe and stop the spread of coronavirus.
A large portrait of an Indigenous man is attached to a wire frame. At right and holding the frame is man dressed in black shirt and jeans.
Stories | 30 Apr 2020
See the work of artist Vernon Ah Kee and follow him as he prepares to paint his grandmother’s portrait.
Announcements | 29 Apr 2020
Today marks 250 years since Captain James Cook and HMB Endeavour voyaged to the east coast of Australia in 1770.
A young Aboriginal man in blue shirt and dark cap with a security pass around his neck stands in front of a large building. Immediately behind him are several flags on flagpoles.
Stories | 28 Apr 2020
In My Blood It Runs is a documentary about an Aboriginal boy who wants to be educated in a culturally appropriate way.
Image of Indigenous designs on background with a white foreground tile which includes an image of a young adult male at left and at right, the words: The best place to be during the coronavirus is at home.
Stories | 28 Apr 2020
Watch Aaron Fa’Aoso’s video on why it’s important to #stayathome during COVID-19.
Orange tile with the words Boost to indigenous businesses and communities at the base. Above in a red panel are the words coronavirus (COVID-19).
Stories | 28 Apr 2020
The Australian Government has announced more support for Indigenous businesses and communities to help them during and after, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

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