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Announcements | 2 Oct 2019
The Morrison Government welcomes the commencement the custody notification service in Western Australia that will provide an essential safeguard for Indigenous people taken into police custody.
Announcements | 25 Sep 2019
The Morrison Government has delivered on its election commitment by providing $2 million to the Cairns Hockey Association supporting the expansion of their ‘Aspire to be Deadly’ Indigenous Hockey program to four additional locations across northern Queensland.
Two Aboriginal women smile at an Aboriginal child held by one of them. The child wears a blue jumpsuit with Aboriginal designs on the front. In the background is a flower bed, two fences and trees.
Stories | 6 Sep 2019
The Pika Wiya Health Service in Port Augusta is making the 715 health check a regular event for everybody in the local Aboriginal community.
Group of Indigenous people dressed in workwear and ranger uniforms and some holding rakes and shovels sit or stand around a well. In the background is a building and trees.
Announcements | 6 Sep 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority’s (TSRA) Masig Rangers have completed a project to restore and cap nine historic wells which are of cultural importance to the Masig community.
Group of Torres Strait Islander people stand against a wall in a shed. Two prams are in shot. Above them are lights and fans.
Announcements | 2 Sep 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) Environmental Management team recently brought its Community Backyard Garden Workshop program to Iama for the first time.
Young girls and two police officers squat behind a horse but are seen through the gap between the front and rear legs. At the head of the horse is a young woman holding its reins. In the background are more people, a grassy area and trees.
Stories | 20 Aug 2019
The Equine Spirit Healing course helps at risk girls develop life skills through interaction with horses.
Young Aboriginal girl in red school uniform and three soldiers (2 women and 1 man) surround a white dog on a grassed area. One soldier holds a hose. In the background is a playground.
Stories | 14 Aug 2019
The remote community of Jigalong in WA is getting new infrastructure, additional health services and certified training courses thanks to AACAP.
Announcements | 30 Jul 2019
A new study into the prevalence of petrol sniffing in selected Indigenous communities has found a total 95.2 per cent reduction in the number of people sniffing petrol since 2007.
Male doctor in blue shirt uses an instrument to check the eye of another man with dreadlocks and wearing a pink beret. In the background are posters.
Stories | 18 Jun 2019
Read about Dr Mark Wenitong and his passion for the 715 Health Check which are vital for Indigenous Australians.
Group of Indigenous adults in black track suits stand on steps under cover in front of a building. In front of them is an elderly man in grey suit and a woman in black dress and light jacket.
Announcements | 23 May 2019
Rob de Castella’s Indigenous Marathon Foundation (IMF) will kick off Reconciliation Week with the announcement of their 2019 Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP) squad.

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