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Announcements | 13 Nov 2019
Eliminating violence against women and their children, especially for Indigenous women, is a national priority.
A woman wearing a uniform and hat, stands on grass in front of a building.
Stories | 11 Nov 2019
‘… we must never fail to remember the terrible destruction of human life…’
Three men and two women sit or stand under a shelter. Some wear casual clothing and some men wear suits.
Announcements | 8 Nov 2019
Local Seafood Warrior’s commitment to the seafood industry has been rewarded at the National Seafood Industry Awards: Seafood Directions 2019, in Melbourne from 9-11 October.
Announcements | 8 Nov 2019
Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP, today announced he would move to prioritise grants of land to finalise 15 Indigenous land claims in the Northern Territory.
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.
Announcements | 8 Nov 2019
A number of Australians will help guide the Co-Design process to develop options for an Indigenous voice to government, with Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Ken Wyatt AM, MP, today announcing the membership of the Senior Advisory Group.
Announcements | 8 Nov 2019
A powerful handover ceremony was held this week in Alice Springs to the mark the final journey home of 11 cultural heritage items to the keeping place of the Aranda people of Central Australia.
Orange poster with the workds Boundless Indigenous Writer's Mentorship and a picture of a hand.
Announcements | 8 Nov 2019
Applications close 25 November. Visit Writing NSW to submit
Indigenous man in jacket and tie holds a certificate. Next to him is an Indigenous woman in black jacket.
Announcements | 8 Nov 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority’s (TSRA) sponsorship candidate, Mr Jack Kepa has graduated from the Australian Rural Leadership Program (ARLP), in Canberra on Thursday 17 October 2019.
Two sets of cricket stumps and bails stand at each end of a narrow green strip of artificial grass. The two middle stumps are bright orange with Indigenous designs. On both sides of the pitch is real grass and in the background are two tall buildings.
Stories | 8 Nov 2019
The middle stump on the cricket pitch is a new way to make an Acknowledgement of Country.
Announcements | 7 Nov 2019
Communities on Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory are becoming safer with the opening of a new police station for Angurugu and upgraded police facilities in Alyangula.

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