Latest Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander News

March to mark Reconciliation Week
New home care providers appointed
List of 2022 NRW Horsham activities
How you can be part of National Sorry Day in Kempsey
New research challenges assumptions about older people
Knuldoorong Art Exhibition seeking First Nations entries
UNSW receives $4.7m to pursue health prevention research
National Day of Healing – Sorry Day
300 new apprenticeships by mid 2023
Big Build Is Hiring: 300 New Apprenticeships By Mid-2023
Queensland’s Magistrates Court renews commitment to reconciliation
Embracing queer Indigenous Australia
Darwin Elder recognised for his extraordinary leadership
New treatment keeps bush kids close to home
First Nations peoples as political designers
First Nation election policies
Ground-breaking partnership gives culturally diverse female musicians access to industry
WA Iron Ore to double Indigenous business spend
NSW new flu shot best protection as cases spike
Walk for Reconciliation 12 May
Calls for targeted action as rural road toll exposed
Early release Darwin Festival 2022 tickets on sale now
Knox Proudly Recognises Sorry Day & Reconciliation Week
Gugan Gulwan’s new home step closer
Moorditj Yorga Scholarship funds surpass $1.5M
16 finalists honoured in milestone year for Queensland Reconciliation Awards
Greater say for young people in care
Risky behaviours, exercise, and gambling among topics to be explored at Preventive Health Conference 2022
Why are we forced to vote?
$4.4 billion gap in funding for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health
Seniors urged to prepare for flu season
‘Welcome’ celebration of friendly battles
Have Your Say on digital inclusion
Shouty, unedifying spectacle and narrow win for Albanese
Premier praises departing senior police officer
Top 3 questions – COVID treatments, close contact rules & COVIDSafe aged care visits
WA reaches 80 per cent third dose vaccination milestone
Support for foster carers strengthened in Townsville
NSW new people urged to get vaccinated as flu cases rise
Support for under-represented groups to enter training and work
$14.6 million to create Aboriginal Empowerment Unit
International Day of Midwife and International Nurses Day
New funding to build capacity of Tasmanian Aboriginal organisations
Helping older Australians avoid ED
Experts warn to book jab as severe flu season looms
Book in for your flu shots from May
Trauma Care in Tropics
Our Watch welcomes new South Australian ambassador, KWY Aboriginal Corporation CEO, Craig Rigne