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Announcements | 30 Nov 2018

Over 500 delegates from across Australia and the world gathered in Perth for the 2nd National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention conference, and the 2nd World Indigenous Suicide Prevention conferences.

Announcements | 23 Nov 2018

Dr Sue Gordon has been appointed as the new Chair of Outback Stores, a Commonwealth company established in 2006, which provides management services to remote community stores and improves access to healthy and affordable foods.

Announcements | 23 Nov 2018

A Custody Notification Service (CNS) provides a critical welfare check and fundamental legal advice to all Aboriginal people taken into police custody is set to be operational in the first half of 2019.

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 | 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.

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.

A woman in beige coloured shirt stands next to another woman in black dress and in front of four photos hanging on a wood panel wall.
Stories | 13 Nov 2018

Community Night Patroller Andrea Cameron is passionate about the important work she does within her community of Palumpa.

Announcements | 9 Nov 2018

The ACCC and state and territory consumer affairs agencies have today launched a new scams awareness initiative called ‘Too good to be true’, and will work with Indigenous communities on ways to identify and avoid scammers.

Group of 13 male and female Indigenous Marathon Project participants dressed in running outfits standing in front of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Postcard | 30 Oct 2018

Best of luck to the 2018 squad of the Indigenous Marathon Project running in the New York Marathon this coming Sunday!

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