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We see the corner of a shop and the eaves at the top. At the shopfront are two silver coloured benches. There are various signs on the walls including the words: Panunya Community Store.
Stories | 30 Apr 2020
Making sure food and other essential supplies continue to flow to all Australians has been a focus of the Government since the beginning of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A young Aboriginal man in blue shirt and dark cap with a security pass around his neck stands in front of a large building. Immediately behind him are several flags on flagpoles.
Stories | 28 Apr 2020
In My Blood It Runs is a documentary about an Aboriginal boy who wants to be educated in a culturally appropriate way.
Announcements | 2 Mar 2020
The Morrison Government will host a two-day roundtable to progress discussions with stakeholders from the Indigenous arts industry on ways to further support Australia’s meaningful and prosperous Indigenous art sector, and to promote ethical trading.
Two women stand either side of a rock slab sculpture with Indigenous designs in front of which are three cricket stumps coloured pink and decorated with colourful Indigenous designs. The woman on the left wears dark trousers and a grey and brown shirt.
Stories | 4 Feb 2020
Specially painted cricket stumps are greeting women cricketers at the Imparja Cup in Alice Springs.
An elderly Aboriginal woman with long hair and wearing a black and gold dress stands at a pulpit with attached microphone. In the background are blue, red and black colours.
Announcements | 2 Dec 2019
The annual First Nations Media Awards celebration was held at the Old Quarry, just outside Mparntwe (Alice Springs) on Friday night, 30th November. Hosted by First Nations Media Australia and the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA), the event recognised excellence in all forms of media production.
Announcements | 21 Nov 2019
The rollout of the $78.4 million Barkly Regional Deal continues to forge ahead, with the Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP, and Assistant Minister for Regional Development and Territories the Hon Nola Marino MP, visiting Tennant Creek this week.
Announcements | 14 Nov 2019
I understand that these are difficult and emotional times for many members of the community.
Announcements | 8 Nov 2019
A powerful handover ceremony was held this week in Alice Springs to the mark the final journey home of 11 cultural heritage items to the keeping place of the Aranda people of Central Australia.
Announcements | 6 Nov 2019
Traditional owners in the region around Ampilatwatja in central Australia have today received the title to more than 3,000 hectares of land as part of a native title settlement in the area.
Announcements | 5 Nov 2019
Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP, has used his visit to Alice Springs to meet with and hear from local organisations who are working to address youth suicide in the region.


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Level 3, Supreme Court Building
14 Parsons Street
Alice Springs NT 0870
PO Box 2255
Alice Springs NT 0871
08 8958 4200
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1800 079 098
(08) 8952 1937

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