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Announcements | 21 Nov 2019
The rollout of the $78.4 million Barkly Regional Deal continues to forge ahead, with the Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP, and Assistant Minister for Regional Development and Territories the Hon Nola Marino MP, visiting Tennant Creek this week.
Announcements | 20 Nov 2019
The Australian Literacy & Numeracy Foundation is bringing four more language groups onto the Living First Language Platform, empowering communities to pass on their languages and cultures to future generations.
Announcements | 20 Nov 2019
The Morrison Government is providing $99.1 million for front line organisations to work with Indigenous people on local activities that improve life outcomes.
Young girl in a black jacket looks to camera. Beside her are yellow reeds and behind are rocks.
Stories | 20 Nov 2019
luyni mungalina, a waterfall in Launceston, Tasmania has a special role in traditional dance and ceremonies.
Young man with blonde hair wearing dark jacket, vest and tie stands below a sign which says ANZ.
Stories | 19 Nov 2019
Connor Bugeja shows that hard work and commitment improves your prospects of a successful career.
Brown, ochre and white dots in overlapping concentrice circles are displayed on a yellow background.
Event | 29 Nov 2019
Phillip ACT
IP Australia is hosting an Indigenous Procurement Trade Show.
Multi-coloured poster with the words: Come along to Language Party Canberra
Event | 1 Dec 2019
Civic ACT
A Summer story telling event in the park.
Pale blue poster with the following text: Presented by AIATSIS, Indigenous Art Market, See you at Acton Peninsula, Don't miss out, 06-07 December 2019.
Event | 6 Dec 2019
Acton ACT
The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies is holding the annual Indigenous Art Market in Canberra this December.
Three young adults stand next to a large cube shaped bin into which they place can and other objects. In the background is a white fence and some bushes.
Announcements | 18 Nov 2019
Bamaga Enterprises has begun a recycling initiative that will raise money for a local cause, in addition to making a positive impact on the environment.
Group of Indigenous women in colourful clothing stand next to each other in a room with white walls and ceiling. Most of the women hold a certificate.
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) has celebrated the graduation of nine Indigenous women from the sixth Torres Strait Women’s Leadership Programme at a recent ceremony on Thursday Island.

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