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Two women sit in front of a black background with two men standing either side of them. Words on the background are Cherbourg Radio Our Voice…Your CH
Stories | 20 Nov 2018

The community of Cherbourg in South-east Queensland has a radio station again bringing back local voices and local issues to community airwaves.

Black box on blue background featuring following words: Voice Treaty Truth 07-14 July Let's work together for a shared future
Announcements | 20 Nov 2018

We invite you to walk with us in a movement of the Australian people for a better future.

Announcements | 20 Nov 2018

An Aboriginal owned and controlled child care service in La Perouse will be able to support more Indigenous children thanks to Morrison Government funding announced today.

Announcements | 20 Nov 2018

The Morrison Government has today announced the establishment of ranger project in Sydney’s La Perouse and Botany Bay area.

Announcements | 19 Nov 2018

Community Night Patrol (CNP) providers in the Top End have cemented their partnership with Northern Territory Police to work better together to improve community safety outcomes in remote communities across the Northern Territory.

Announcements | 19 Nov 2018

The Coalition Government is today investing $2.25 million to support the introduction of a legislated Custody Notification Service (CNS) in the Northern Territory.

Announcements | 19 Nov 2018

Applications are open for the 2019-20 Indigenous Languages and Arts (ILA) program grant opportunity.

Announcements | 18 Nov 2018

First Australians living in regional areas and on country in Queensland have greater access to blindness prevention services through the Indigenous Diabetes Eyes and Screening (IDEAS) Van.

Three goats on a dry hillside amongst small trees and bushes.
Stories | 16 Nov 2018

Goats are eating everything on the Nantawarrina IPA in the Northern Flinders Ranges of South Australia but the rangers from the community of Nepabunna are fighting back.

Announcements | 16 Nov 2018

The health, wellbeing and future prospects for children in remote communities will be winners, through a major extension of the successful John Moriarty Football program to 12 centres across New South Wales and Queensland.

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