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Blue tile with Indigenous design background and the following words: Important Update NAIDOC Week 2020. Below is a round shaped logo with the words: Celebrating NAIDOC Week.
Stories | 19 Mar 2020
The National NAIDOC Committee has decided to postpone NAIDOC Week 2020 (5 July - 12 July) in the interest of safety for our communities.
Black tile with square ring of dots around the following words: NAIDOC Grant Applications Cancelled
Stories | 19 Mar 2020
Due to the risk to public health currently posed by the potential spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, the Australian Government has advised Australians to slow the spread of the virus through social distancing measures.
Update Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Stories | 18 Mar 2020
A Restriction of Entry for the Tiwi Islands has been issued from 18 March 2020 and will remain in place until further notice.
Head and shoulders photo of an elderly woman with greying hair and wearing glasses and a purple shirt. Behind her is thick green vegetation.
Stories | 18 Mar 2020
Learn how place names around Bundaberg connect to the Taribelang people.
Update Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Stories | 17 Mar 2020
Indigenous communities and individuals can help slow the spread of Coronavirus through simple procedures.
Image Alt text (for vision impaired readers)	A team of young Indigenous men and women wearing red and black jackets, black pants and red and black hats.
Stories | 12 Mar 2020
Australia’s first representative Indigenous ice hockey team, the Kaurna Boomerangs return from their international debut in Canada.
A woman with short hair and wearing sunglasses and a green coat walks along a path. Behind her is the path with shrubs and trees on both sides.
Stories | 11 Mar 2020
Julie talks about her ancestors and how she uses art to connect to them and understand their life and history.
Three men, two in yellow work-wear shirts and one in a blue shirt stand close to camera. In the background is a flat area covered with blue and pink rubber. Surrounding this is bare soil, grass and fences. There are buildings at right and left and behind.
Stories | 10 Mar 2020
A new soft fall surface under play equipment at Bamagau Kazil child-care centre makes for a safer play area, thanks to Bamaga Enterprises.
A woman wearing a black shirt with her hair in a knot. In the background is the image of a helicopter with military personnel in front of it.
Stories | 10 Mar 2020
Applications for the 2021 Indigenous Graduate Pathway are now open. Read how Nancy Fintic, whose grandfather was a Vietnam Veteran, is enjoying the program.
A car with a brightly painted front with the words Lake Tyers CFA written on the vehicle. A woman is standing in the door of the vehicle with the door open and smiling wearing a white and black striped shirt.
Stories | 6 Mar 2020
Charmaine Sellings and her highly skilled team of Gunaikurnai women are the only all-female, all-Indigenous crew in the Country Fire Authority (CFA).

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