Latest Aboriginal News

AHISA welcomes appointment of Hon Alan Tudge as Minister for Education and Youth
Great ideas attract $7 million in NHMRC grants
School of Rural Health contractor announcement, Dubbo
Assertive outreach service provides assistance to those in need
Aboriginal women share their stories on keeping heart strong
MDBA welcomes Rene Woods as new Indigenous board member
Canberra’s second Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Older Persons’ development opens
Appeal to identify injured pedestrian at Westcourt, QLD
It’s time for Woolworths to do right thing and stop Darwin Dan Murphy’s megastore
How a long-lost list is helping us remap Darug place names and culture on Dyarubbin, Hawkesbury River
Building Stronger Aboriginal Communities
New plan to turn back tide of extinction
Making Aboriginal art part of everyday life
2020 Western Australian Premier’s Book Awards call for entries
More early intervention support for families
Native title agreement secures future for Yinggarda people and expands Gascoyne food bowl
Milestone for Fitzroy River
Scientists part of resource mission to Moon
Calls for NSW child protection reforms to better target support for families impacted by domestic violence
New scholarship aims to improve health and wellbeing in Indigenous communities
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples: Stories of good practice in community sector
NRAR welcomes first Indigenous board member
Swinburne reflects on a year of reconciliation
New plan to better support Corrections Officers
Beetaloo strategic plan will unlock gas, jobs and development
Report details health status of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
Making NSW safer for our children
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Group on COVID-19, 14 December 2020
WA-first Cultural Infrastructure Framework released
Proposed marine parks on Buccaneer Archipelago progressing
Woolworths Group commits to Independent Panel Review of proposed Dan Murphy’s Darwin development
Third Gulf property now part of Flyway Site Network
QUT shares in Ideas Grants
Senior Counsel becomes District Court judge
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
Destination NT: Regional Destination Management Plans Released
Campbelltown 2020 Yarning Circle now open
Advisory committees thanked for meaningful contributions this year
Solar Schools Program launches in Goldfields-Esperance region
New Deaths in Custody Report released
Further investment boosts Indigenous medical education and enrolment
Barriers prevent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women from reporting family violence
Children’s Court Support Scheme Turns 25
Ground-breaking pilot project launched to drive economic development in remote Aboriginal communities
Honouring Inspirational Women
Autonomous vehicles, child restraints and food and water security: bright ideas attract funding