Latest indigenous News

Australia sets gold medal standard for athlete wellbeing
Charles Sturt University partnership to enhance agriculture, water and environment
MDBA welcomes Rene Woods as new Indigenous board member
Statement on Historical Liquor Applications
University of Newcastle author wins major literary award
Making Aboriginal art part of everyday life
University of Canterbury equips environmental scientists to make a difference
2020 Western Australian Premier’s Book Awards call for entries
Milestone for Fitzroy River
Canadian interest in Digital Economy Partnership Agreement welcomed
New scholarship aims to improve health and wellbeing in Indigenous communities
NRAR welcomes first Indigenous board member
Swinburne reflects on a year of reconciliation
Beetaloo strategic plan will unlock gas, jobs and development
Report details health status of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
Supporting First Nations people in their journey from Land to Cloud and Beyond
Liquor licence suspension – Larrimah
Proposed marine parks on Buccaneer Archipelago progressing
Three generations of Indigenous women graduate from RMIT
Local photographer to reflect Yawa’s connection to Peninsula waterways
BROOME LAUNCH Wiyi Yani U Thangani Report
PRESS CONFERENCE – Wiyi Yani U Thangani report
Researchers call for people with mental illness to have top priority for COVID-19 vaccine
Topping Out At New Shepparton Secondary School
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
Warmun Community Fraud Arrest
New book celebrates students empowered through creativity
Million-dollar Food Planet Prize awarded to CSIRO innovation
Indigenous collaboration wins inaugural heritage accolade
Australia’s leading specialist trustee company releases third annual Giving Review
Study finds more mental health support needed for prisoners
Australian footballer Jada Whyman awarded inaugural Sydney Roosters & Easts Group Minerva Scholarship
New round of prestigious Indigenous scholarships announced
Council welcomes back volunteers
Support for Burnett River Catchment landholders
$300,000 for Turtle Nest Cooling Trial at Mon Repos
Increasing pool of women in professional and academic areas in tertiary sector
CommBank launches virtual cricket clinics
Streets transformed with indigenous flora and fauna stencils
Toowoomba launches first Indigenous Artisans Market for Christmas
National Federal Reform Council a welcome boost for recovery: ALGA
Mountain people among world’s hungriest as biodiversity loss and climate change take their toll
New documentary follows lives of Indigenous trailblazers
Art/science collaboration wins Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize
Statement from ‘civil society’ track of 3rd Global Infodemic Management Conference
International Human Rights Day