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NSW grants announced to boost language revitalisation
The New South Wales government has announced $1.6 million in grants to boost the revitalisation of Aboriginal languages.Grants o...
Giovanni Torre 21 Feb 2024
New NSW taskforce aims to return First Nations children to their families
The New South Wales government has announced the creation of a “restoration taskforce” to oversee efforts to see as many Indigen...
Dechlan Brennan 17 Feb 2024
Next step towards Closing the Gap begins in NSW after scathing Productivity Commission report
New South Wales has signed a state-based Closing the Gap partnership agreement to help improve Aboriginal health, education and...
Dechlan Brennan 12 Feb 2024
New Indigenous nursing and midwifery graduates for Western NSW
Four new Aboriginal nursing and midwifery cadets in the Western NSW Local Health District (WNSWLHD) have completed their trainin...
Dechlan Brennan 8 Feb 2024
ACCOs share in $500,000 to support Aboriginal culture, community and connection in NSW
Almost 30 New South Wales-based Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations will receive a share of $500,000 to close the gap...
Callan Morse 18 Jan 2024
New South Wales boosts language revitalisation with scholarship program

NSW Aboriginal Languages Trust executive director Clare McHugh says a major boost for scholarships will help end “sacrifice” weighing-down efforts to revitalise traditional languag...

Jarred Cross Dec 6, 2023
Nanga Mai Awards celebrate excellence in NSW Aboriginal Education

The New South Wales Department of Education’s 18th Annual Nanga Mai Awards were recently held in Tumbalong (Darling Harbour) on Dharug Country. Monday's event was held in partners...

Jess Whaler Nov 28, 2023
Minister wants laws to kick-start NSW treaty this term

NSW's Aboriginal affairs minister wants to legislate a path to treaty before the next election, denying that is at odds with Premier Chris Minns. The state is among the last Austr...

Luke Costin Oct 26, 2023
Indigenous roundtable aims to help Close the Gap

Aboriginal business owners have met with their Māori counterparts for a cultural exchange of ideas around how to best grow Indigenous businesses. The fourth Aboriginal Business Ro...

Dechlan Brennan Oct 24, 2023
New grants available for Aboriginal organisations in NSW

The New South Wales government has announced expressions of interest for the next round of community and place grants for Aboriginal organisations are now open.  The grants are pa...

Dechlan Brennan Oct 2, 2023
NSW Minister for Aboriginal Affairs backs teaching of Indigenous perspectives of European colonisation in schools

New South Wales Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty, David Harris, has thrown his weight behind a plan for mandatory teaching of Indigenous perspectives of European colonisa...

Nina Hendy Aug 9, 2023
NSW announces grants as part of inaugural Aboriginal Languages Week

Aboriginal communities in New South Wales are being rallied to celebrate and spotlight their unique languages during the inaugural Aboriginal Languages Week this October. The comm...

Zak Kirkup Jul 28, 2023
NSW Minister for Aboriginal Affairs calls for reset on Indigenous Voice Yes campaign

New South Wales Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty, David Harris, has called on the Yes campaign for the Indigenous Voice to parliament to reset.  It comes in the wake of...

Dechlan Brennan Jul 26, 2023
New NSW Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty lays out plans

There are three priorities on the agenda for incoming New South Wales Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty, David Harris - cultural fishing, cultural heritage, and Treaty, al...

Jarred Cross Apr 7, 2023
David Harris named NSW Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty in new Labor Government

Recently-elected Premier of New South Wales Chris Minns has announced his cabinet for Labor's first time in office since 2011, naming David Harris as the incoming Minister for Abor...

Jarred Cross Apr 4, 2023
NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro apologises to family for funeral comments

The New South Wales Deputy Premier has apologised for any “distress” his comments caused comparing funeral attendees in Wilcannia to “dickhead” partygoers in Maroubra. On Wednes...

Rachael Knowles Aug 26, 2021
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