Jobs Events Advertise
Let Indigenous communities control their destiny, Canberra's top public servant says
Canberra's most senior public servant has urged his colleagues to relinquish power over Indigenous funding decisions and allocat...
David Prestipino 7 Dec 2023
Winterfold Primary, Stirling District Kindergarten acknowledged with Reconciliation Australia awards
Reconciliation Australia celebrated their night of nights with the fourth Narragunnawali Awards on Friday evening, to celebrate...
Jess Whaler 27 Nov 2023
$US460,000 grant will help foster global Indigenous relations
The Native Nations Institute in Arizona has received a three-year, $US460,000 ecosystem grant to increase its skillbase and capa...
David Prestipino 3 Nov 2023
Federal funding responsibility in spotlight after corruption claims hit NT legal body
The responsibility of the administration and auditing of billions of dollars in taxpayer funds to Indigenous services and other...
David Prestipino 29 Sep 2023
NT Aboriginal Justice Agency board rejects allegations as federal Opposition demands answers
Commonwealth Auditor-General Grant Hehir and the Australian National Audit Office have been urged to investigate the alleged mis...
David Prestipino 21 Sep 2023
'Unique' ownership structure of PwC's Indigenous Consulting in the spotlight

The Commonwealth body responsible for the distribution of billions of taxpayer-funded dollars to benefit First Nations people has defended its decision to award contracts to a Pric...

David Prestipino Sep 14, 2023
Federal agency for Indigenous funding gives PwC $44m in contracts

Multi-mllion-dollar contracts were awarded to an Indigenous consultancy division of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) by a Commonwealth funded agency, days after the federal government...

David Prestipino Sep 14, 2023
Jody Broun announced to lead the National Indigenous Australians Agency

The National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA) will be led by Yindjibarndi woman, Jody Broun as of next month. Broun who is from the Pilbara in Western Australia, will become...

Aleisha Orr Jan 12, 2022
Abolition in Fella's name

Please note: This story contains reference to someone who has died. In a history-making moment, the South Australian Parliament passed Fella’s Bill which will ban all institutiona...

Rachael Knowles Oct 21, 2021
Indigenous advocates say deaths in custody crisis is Australia's 'unutterable shame'

Two Aboriginal people have died in custody within a week, contributing further to what Indigenous rights advocates are calling the “national crisis” of Indigenous deaths in custody...

Rachael Knowles Jul 23, 2021
Federal Government commitment to six-monthly death in custody reporting labelled 'not good enough'

A Senate Estimates hearing has revealed the Federal Government will increase its reporting of Aboriginal deaths in custody to every six months, but Aboriginal leaders are saying it...

Rachael Knowles Jun 7, 2021
Indigenous Voice report on track

Strong interest in the co-design process for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament and a delay in the public submission deadline will not stop the final report from being delivered on...

Sarah Smit May 5, 2021
Families still waiting for change 30 years after deaths in custody Royal Commission

Please note: This story contains reference to people who have died.   Fifteen families of those who have died in custody are calling on the Federal Government to put an end t...

Rachael Knowles Apr 15, 2021
Burney says deaths in custody system enables 'absolute neglect'

Content warning: This article contains reference to suicide. Please refer to the services at the bottom of this article for support. Please note: This story contains reference...

Rachael Knowles Apr 1, 2021
Load More