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Two Aboriginal women in crimson t-shirts, one wearing a brown brimmed hat and the other with grey hair and wearing sunglasses, look to camera. In the background is green grass and trees.
Stories | 4 Dec 2019
Two mountains in Central Queensland have been given back their traditional names.
Announcements | 3 Dec 2019
The Indigenous Procurement Policy is increasing the rate of government purchasing from Indigenous businesses according to an independent evaluation.
Announcements | 2 Dec 2019
Each year, Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) showcases the work of over 2000 emerging and established Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. The Fair provides a remarkable space for visitors to meet and learn from over 70 different First Nations cultural groups from across Australia.
An elderly Aboriginal woman with long hair and wearing a black and gold dress stands at a pulpit with attached microphone. In the background are blue, red and black colours.
Announcements | 2 Dec 2019
The annual First Nations Media Awards celebration was held at the Old Quarry, just outside Mparntwe (Alice Springs) on Friday night, 30th November. Hosted by First Nations Media Australia and the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA), the event recognised excellence in all forms of media production.
Announcements | 2 Dec 2019
From 1 January 2020, if your kid gets ABSTUDY you could keep your Family Tax Benefit (FTB) longer.
Indigenous woman with hair drawn back and wearing glasses and a dark shirt. Behind her is shelving and other office content.
Stories | 2 Dec 2019
Twenty years of supporting the Tiwi community through training and employment placements is a significant achievement.
Broadcaster Lorraine Rogers in the recording studio. She is looking at the camera giving the thumbs up.
Stories | 29 Nov 2019
The Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association broadcasts to 29 remote communities across the Top End.
Indigenous woman with hair pulled back wearing a purple dress. In the background is a wall, then a playing field and buildings.
Stories | 28 Nov 2019
Lani Brennan (author, mother and survivor of domestic violence) shares what she would say to her 15-year-old self about respect.
Four men and two women dressed in suits or casual clothing stand in a carpeted room with furniture. Two men hold a box in which is an Indigenous artefact which looks like an emu tail feather.
Announcements | 27 Nov 2019
Representatives of the Nyamal Nation participated in a private ceremony yesterday at the Western Australian Museum to welcome cultural heritage material that was recently repatriated from the Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester.
White tile with multi-brown coloured circular mat at right. At left are the words: Ngulla Wellamunuagaa, Trees that have survived and revived. 5 December 2019 - 29 March 2020, National Museum of Australia, Canberra
Event | 5 Dec 2019
Acton ACT
Trees that have survived and revived.

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