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Announcements | 19 Dec 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) has welcomed the new Member for Ugar, Mr Rocky Stephen, during his recent induction programme into the organisation.
Two men in blue shirts and a woman in a brown dress, between them, stand on a beach. The woman supports a long black drum. In the background is water and land.
Announcements | 19 Dec 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) is driving a collaboration across government and non-Australian Public Service (APS) agencies to develop a model which combines improved fisheries infrastructure with employment, training and enterprise development.
Group of young Aboriginal men in traditional wear and body paint dance on a grass and soil surface. In the background are trees and a building.
Announcements | 19 Dec 2019
Yesterday, the Gangalidda Garawa people gathered to celebrate the return of culturally significant items from the Manchester Museum, part of The University of Manchester, to the Gangalidda Garawa peoples of the Queensland Gulf Country.
Indigenous man in blue shirt shakes hand of Indigenous woman in white dress with black pattern. In the background is a green hedge with red flowers.
Announcements | 18 Dec 2019
The Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Ken Wyatt AM, MP, has joined the Torres Strait Regional Authority Board, in welcoming Ms Leilani Bin-Juda as the next Chief Executive Officer of the Torres Strait Regional Authority.
White panel on blue background with the words Always Was, Always Will Be.
Announcements | 18 Dec 2019
The NAIDOC 2020 theme - Always Was, Always Will Be. - recognises that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years.
Large ochre coloured rock lies on a plain of ochre coloured soil and bushland.
Stories | 18 Dec 2019
Learn the origins of the Aboriginal Rock paintings on Walga, one of Australia’s largest monoliths.
An Aboriginal woman in dark dress and patterned scarf sits next to a bush and holds three small containers in her hands. In the background is water, a wharf, a tree and buildings.
Stories | 16 Dec 2019
Bush Medijina is an award winning social enterprise selling skincare products around Australia.
Photos of 5 young Indigenous Australians in casual clothing are grouped into a single conglomerate, with the images divided by white lines. At right on a green and black panel is the word Heywire.
Announcements | 16 Dec 2019
Congratulations to the 7 young Indigenous Australians who have been named winners in the 2020 ABC Heywire storytelling competition.
Announcements | 13 Dec 2019
Indigenous Australians will take a stronger role in the economic development of Northern Australia under a new Accord launched at a Northern Australia Ministerial Forum in Katherine.
Young Aboriginal man dressed in work wear holds a tool to pump up a black tyre on a heavy machine.
Stories | 13 Dec 2019
Cedric Ankin is training to be a ranger, a job he’s wanted since high school.

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