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An Aboriginal man in black hat and black singlet with Aboriginal flag on it holds two sticks as he stands on a hill covered in dry grass. In the background is a blue sky, more hills and fields and trees.
Stories | 22 Jan 2020
Barry Gilson relates the story of creation as told by the Wathaurung people.
Ten people posing in individual photos each with a coloured background. To the right, the words "Australian of the Year Awards 2020 Celebrating 60 years" appears.
Stories | 21 Jan 2020
Recognising the exceptional achievements of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in sport, music, the arts, health and education.
Dark grey text of the words "Community Engagement Snapshot" on a white background with a red and yellow logo with the words Coalition of Peaks logo written in the top left hand corner. In the top right hand corner is written January 2020.
Announcements | 16 Jan 2020
The Coalition of Peaks, in partnership with Australian governments, have conducted an engagement process on the Closing the Gap refresh.
A white haired and white bearded man wearing a pale shirt sits in a boat with an outboard motor on a large river with trees in the background.
Stories | 9 Jan 2020
Many places in Australia have Indigenous names but what do those names mean?
Three circular images of women holding colourful posters, each image surrounded by white dots on a black background. Words underneath images are: Entries for the National Naidoc Week Poster competition now open! At left is a colourful logo.
Postcard | 7 Jan 2020
Poster entries close 5:00pm AEDT, Monday 3 February 2020.
Mainly black image with green dot arrangement at top and a logo of multiple colouored dots. Below the design are the words: Now Open! NAIDOC poster competition NAIDOC award nominations.
Announcements | 19 Dec 2019
Celebrate Always Was, Always Will Be. by entering the NAIDOC 2020 poster competition, or nominating for a National NAIDOC award
Announcements | 19 Dec 2019
Yesterday, at an official event in Moungibi (Burketown), the Gangalidda Garawa peoples celebrated the return of 12 culturally significant objects from Manchester Museum at The University of Manchester.
Head and shoulders image of Indigenous man in white shirt
Announcements | 19 Dec 2019
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) has welcomed the new Member for Ugar, Mr Rocky Stephen, during his recent induction programme into the organisation.
Group of young Aboriginal men in traditional wear and body paint dance on a grass and soil surface. In the background are trees and a building.
Announcements | 19 Dec 2019
Yesterday, the Gangalidda Garawa people gathered to celebrate the return of culturally significant items from the Manchester Museum, part of The University of Manchester, to the Gangalidda Garawa peoples of the Queensland Gulf Country.
Indigenous man in blue shirt shakes hand of Indigenous woman in white dress with black pattern. In the background is a green hedge with red flowers.
Announcements | 18 Dec 2019
The Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Ken Wyatt AM, MP, has joined the Torres Strait Regional Authority Board, in welcoming Ms Leilani Bin-Juda as the next Chief Executive Officer of the Torres Strait Regional Authority.

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