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Boeing scholarship to support entry for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students - Defence Connect


Boeing scholarship to support entry for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
Defence Connect
“This is a purposeful decision by Boeing Defence Australia to invest in Australian talent and provide a stronger future for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples,” said Boeing Defence Australia's director of sustainment operations Darryn Fletcher.

From safe injecting to Safe Schools: Victoria's social reform at stake - The Guardian


The Guardian

From safe injecting to Safe Schools: Victoria's social reform at stake
The Guardian
Despite the optimism, a Coalition government elected in South Australia in March axed a treaty process after taking office, also arguing that it was a federal issue. The new premier, Steven Marshall – who also holds the Aboriginal affairs portfolio ...

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Labor's republic plan described as a 'slap in the face' for Indigenous Australians - The Guardian


The Guardian

Labor's republic plan described as a 'slap in the face' for Indigenous Australians
The Guardian
Labor's $160m plan to ask Australians to vote “yes” or “no” to becoming a republic has been met with strong criticism from Indigenous people campaigning for constitutional change to recognise first peoples. Labor announced on the weekend that, if ...

From safe injecting to Safe Schools: Victoria's social reform at stake - The Guardian


The Guardian

From safe injecting to Safe Schools: Victoria's social reform at stake
The Guardian
The Northern Territory government has signed a memorandum of understanding with Indigenous groups that pledges to work towards treaty or treaties. The Labor government in Western Australia announced this year it would establish an Indigenous voice to ...

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Northern Land Council's Joe Morrison resigns after four years of Indigenous advocacy - ABC News


ABC News

Northern Land Council's Joe Morrison resigns after four years of Indigenous advocacy
ABC News
His replacement has not been announced. Mr Morrison, who grew up in Katherine, was brought in to help reform the Land Council's governance following a critical inquiry by the National Audit Office. He had previously worked for North Australian ...

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NT hands power to Groote Eylandt clans - The West Australian


The West Australian

NT hands power to Groote Eylandt clans
The West Australian
While mining has made Groote Eylandt wealthy, Warnindhilyagwa elder Tony Wurramarrba hopes a new deal giving its clans the power to run their own government services will secure its future. The island's manganese mine has brought in so much in ...
Groote Eylandt signs multi-million-dollar deal for local control over services, first step towards NT treatyABC News

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NT hands power to Groote Eylandt clans - The West Australian


The West Australian

NT hands power to Groote Eylandt clans
The West Australian
While mining has made Groote Eylandt wealthy, Warnindhilyagwa elder Tony Wurramarrba hopes a new deal giving its clans the power to run their own government services will secure its future. The island's manganese mine has brought in so much in ...

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How many feral cats are too many? - National Indigenous Times


National Indigenous Times

How many feral cats are too many?
National Indigenous Times
Healthy breeding populations of the threatened bilby exist in the marsupial's last refuges, mostly on Aboriginal land, a groundbreaking program spearheaded by Indigenous rangers in central Australia has indicated. A cross-border Bilby Blitz was held ...

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NT hands power to Groote Eylandt clans - 9news.com.au


NT hands power to Groote Eylandt clans
9news.com.au
While mining has made Groote Eylandt wealthy, Warnindhilyagwa elder Tony Wurramarrba hopes a new deal giving its clans the power to run their own government services will secure its future. The island's manganese mine has brought in so much in ...

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Groote Eylandt signs multi-million-dollar deal for local control over services, first step towards NT treaty - ABC News


ABC News

Groote Eylandt signs multi-million-dollar deal for local control over services, first step towards NT treaty
ABC News
Complete control over local education, justice, health and governance has been handed over by the Northern Territory Government to a remote island Aboriginal community in what the chief minister says is the first step towards a treaty.
NT hands power to Groote Eylandt clans9news.com.au

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Health authorities declare syphilis outbreak has spread to Adelaide - ABC News


ABC News

Health authorities declare syphilis outbreak has spread to Adelaide
ABC News
"One of the things we've done is to establish a South Australian syphilis register to strengthen our capacity to treat and follow up confirmed and probable cases of infectious syphilis," Mr Wade said. "We'll continue to work with Aboriginal and Torres ...

Kimberley fracking backed by Yungngora Aboriginal Corporation 'to beat drugs' - The Australian


The Australian

Kimberley fracking backed by Yungngora Aboriginal Corporation 'to beat drugs'
The Australian
In a submission to an independent West Australian inquiry into whether fracking should be allowed in Western Australia, the Yungngora Aboriginal Corporation said it backed plans by ASX-listed Buru Energy and Japan's Mitsubishi to explore for gas at ...

Gunnedah's Darren Beaton represents Australian Indigenous Team at Oztag World Cup - The Northern Daily Leader


The Northern Daily Leader

Gunnedah's Darren Beaton represents Australian Indigenous Team at Oztag World Cup
The Northern Daily Leader
EXPIERENCE OF A LIFETIME: The Australian Indigenous Over 50s team fell just short in the semi finals to Australia. Photo: Supplied. FOR one Gunnedah local the recent Oztag World Cup in Coffs Harbour provided an “experience of a lifetime”. Throughout ...

Gunnedah's Darren Beaton represents Australian Indigenous Team at Oztag World Cup - The Northern Daily Leader


The Northern Daily Leader

Gunnedah's Darren Beaton represents Australian Indigenous Team at Oztag World Cup
The Northern Daily Leader
EXPIERENCE OF A LIFETIME: The Australian Indigenous Over 50s team fell just short in the semi finals to Australia. Photo: Supplied. FOR one Gunnedah local the recent Oztag World Cup in Coffs Harbour provided an “experience of a lifetime”. Throughout ...

One year since same-sex marriage result, fight continues for queer Indigenous Australians - SBS


SBS

One year since same-sex marriage result, fight continues for queer Indigenous Australians
SBS
One year on from the historic legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia, queer Indigenous activist Edie Shepherd says while there have been steps forward, the battle for acceptance still continues. Thursday will mark 12 months since a majority of ...

One year since same-sex marriage result, fight continues for queer Indigenous Australians - SBS


SBS

One year since same-sex marriage result, fight continues for queer Indigenous Australians
SBS
One year on from the historic legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia, queer Indigenous activist Edie Shepherd says while there have been steps forward, the battle for acceptance still continues. Thursday will mark 12 months since a majority of ...

Anarla Moran represents indigenous Australia at Oztag World Cup - Armidale Express


Armidale Express

Anarla Moran represents indigenous Australia at Oztag World Cup
Armidale Express
CHALLENGE: Armidale's Anarla Moran, pictured standing fourth from right, was in the indigenous women's Oztag team for the World Cup. Anarla Moran is no stranger to the footy field but had never played Oztag leading into the sport's World Cup earlier ...

Anarla Moran represents indigenous Australia at Oztag World Cup - Armidale Express


Armidale Express

Anarla Moran represents indigenous Australia at Oztag World Cup
Armidale Express
CHALLENGE: Armidale's Anarla Moran, pictured standing fourth from right, was in the indigenous women's Oztag team for the World Cup. Anarla Moran is no stranger to the footy field but had never played Oztag leading into the sport's World Cup earlier ...

Anarla Moran represents indigenous Australia at Oztag World Cup - Armidale Express


Armidale Express

Anarla Moran represents indigenous Australia at Oztag World Cup
Armidale Express
CHALLENGE: Armidale's Anarla Moran, pictured standing fourth from right, was in the indigenous women's Oztag team for the World Cup. Anarla Moran is no stranger to the footy field but had never played Oztag leading into the sport's World Cup earlier ...

Gunnedah's Darren Beaton represents Australian Indigenous Team at Oztag World Cup - The Northern Daily Leader


The Northern Daily Leader

Gunnedah's Darren Beaton represents Australian Indigenous Team at Oztag World Cup
The Northern Daily Leader
EXPIERENCE OF A LIFETIME: The Australian Indigenous Over 50s team fell just short in the semi finals to Australia. Photo: Supplied. FOR one Gunnedah local the recent Oztag World Cup in Coffs Harbour provided an “experience of a lifetime”. Throughout ...

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