Latest Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander News

AHISA welcomes appointment of Hon Alan Tudge as Minister for Education and Youth
Aboriginal women share their stories on keeping heart strong
Canberra’s second Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Older Persons’ development opens
Making Aboriginal art part of everyday life
Preparing Australians for COVID-19 vaccination roll-out
New scholarship aims to improve health and wellbeing in Indigenous communities
Swinburne reflects on a year of reconciliation
New plan to better support Corrections Officers
Report details health status of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Group on COVID-19, 14 December 2020
Woolworths Group commits to Independent Panel Review of proposed Dan Murphy’s Darwin development
QUT shares in Ideas Grants
Three generations of Indigenous women graduate from RMIT
We have failed to recognise contributions of First Nations women and girls
BROOME LAUNCH Wiyi Yani U Thangani Report
Advisory committees thanked for meaningful contributions this year
UNSW researchers receive more than $17m in NHMRC funding
Further investment boosts Indigenous medical education and enrolment
Barriers prevent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women from reporting family violence
Funding boost for big Ideas
Autonomous vehicles, child restraints and food and water security: bright ideas attract funding
$300 million for improvement of health for all Australians
Aboriginal artwork wrapping Mornington Peninsula NBN nodes launch
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Citizen of Year announced
Grants to strengthen youth advocacy across Australia
New teaching facilities for rural doctor training in Dubbo
Toowoomba launches first Indigenous Artisans Market for Christmas
New documentary follows lives of Indigenous trailblazers
Medical student recognised for commitment to combining culture and care
$11 million to reduce rates of heartbreaking stillbirths
Nation First Initiative For Aboriginal Child Protection
ABC establishes new Indigenous Archives Unit
2021 Law Council of Australia Executive
Burns prevention and treatment an urgent priority for Indigenous children
Community organisations slam decision to continue discriminatory and punitive Cashless Debit Card
Perfect solution for improving health of nation
Improving resources sector regulation can support COVID-19 recovery
Family violence research helps in closing gap
Landmark report – First Nations women and girls
TIMSS shows deep inequality for students from disadvantaged backgrounds
Pat Turner – Recipient of Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association 2020 Sidney Sax Award
New City of Sydney plan to progress reconciliation
Townsville to host Harvey Norman All Stars
Strong investment in youth theatre, literature and First Nations art in latest Australia Council grants
Preschool benefits Indigenous children more than other types of early care
RACGP appoints first Aboriginal Censor supporting next generation of GPs
Community leaders call for Woolworths Directors to abandon plans for Dan Murphy’s superstore 9 December
National psychology standards to boost Indigenous mental health workforce