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Image with following words: Ready to be Deadly? Join our information session. Date 31 May 2019, Time 10am, Location TAFE NSW Glendale, Room D1.15, Block D, Address Frederick St, Glendale NSW 2285
Event | 31 May 2019

Be a go-getter - Follow your dreams and make a difference in the Australian Defence Force Industry.

Announcements | 22 May 2019

On International Day for Biological Diversity we acknowledge the links between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages and Australia’s iconic plants and animals.

There are 12 adults standing together and facing the camera. They are outside on a sunny day, standing in the shade, in front of a white van.
Stories | 21 May 2019

Outback Stores and the Australian Government are bringing fresh food to Papunya in the NT.

Announcements | 21 May 2019

City of Parramatta will host a number of community events over the coming months as part of a unique Indigenous event program called Warami, a Darug word meaning “good to see you”.

Mainly blue poster with orange design elements and photos, including the words: National Sorry Day Drug alcohol smoke free event May 24th 2019 11am-2pm, local entertainment, music, story telling, lunch, grounded in truth bring along your didge or clapstik
Event | 24 May 2019
Nowra NSW

You're invited to join the commemorative Sorry Day event.

Announcements | 20 May 2019

Musical duo Electric Fields shared Aboriginal language with a global audience during Eurovision.

National Reconciliation Week
Postcard | 20 May 2019

Get involved: National Reconciliation Week begins 27 May.

An Indigenous woman and teenaged girl sit at an outside table bench and table. In the background is a bin and green grass.
Stories | 17 May 2019

Find out how mentoring young Indigenous girls can lead to a safer experience for them online.

Blue, green and ochre two sided poster with Indigenous design and featuring shape of Uluru at base. At top are the words Voice Treaty Truth and on right side are the words: 2019 Naidoc Week Poster Winner. At bottom is Awaken, Charmaine Mumbulla
Announcements | 16 May 2019

Charmaine Mumbulla, a proud Kaurna and Narungga woman, is this year’s winner of the prestigious National NAIDOC Poster Competition.

A woman in blue uniform holds a stethoscope to a man’s chest. He wears a red and white t-shirt. In the background are cupboards and racks of medical equipment.
Stories | 14 May 2019

Find out why the 715 health check is so important to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health on the mid-north coast of NSW.

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