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1. 13 April 17SOCIAL SERVICES / EMPLOYMENT / INDIGENOUS
Minister Tudge discussed Work for the Dole and cashless welfare card trials on Sky. [Full text]
2. 12 April 17INDIGENOUS
Bill Shorten and Shadow Minister Dodson welcomed an Oxfam report: 'Moving beyond recognition: respecting the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples'. [Full text]
3. 12 April 17SOCIAL SERVICES / INDIGENOUS
Greens Senator Siewert said those consulted for the extension of the cashless welfare card trials are unknown 'leaders'. [Full text]
4. 10 April 17FISHERIES / INDIGENOUS / TOURISM
The Parliamentary Library issued a Bill Digest for the Fisheries Legislation Amendment (Representation) Bill 2017 [Full text]
5. 9 April 17INDIGENOUS / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Minister Scullion announced $2.5m to local councils for the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum. [Full text]
6. 7 April 17INDIGENOUS / JUSTICE
Minister Scullion opened a police station in Wadeye. [Full text]
7. 7 April 17INDIGENOUS / JUSTICE
The ALRC issued an interview with the Commissioner for the Inquiry into Incarceration Rates of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander People. [Full text]
8. 6 April 17INDIGENOUS / HEALTH
Minister Wyatt was interviewed on NITV. [Full text]
9. 6 April 17INDIGENOUS / INFRASTRUCTURE / REGIONAL
Minister Chester announced a campaign to hire Indigenous Australians and businesses to work on the Pacific Highway upgrade. [Full text]
10. 6 April 17INDIGENOUS / ARTS / INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Independent MP Katter has written to the AG calling for additional funding for the Arts Law Centre of Australia's Indigenous artists service. [Full text]
11. 5 April 17INDIGENOUS / NORTHERN AUSTRALIA
Minister Scullion announced $1m for a pilot of land tenure reform and infrastructure upgrades at Mossman Gorge. [Full text]
12. 5 April 17INDIGENOUS / EDUCATION
Ministers Scullion and Payne launched the Indigenous Student Success Program. [Full text]
13. 4 April 17INDIGENOUS / EDUCATION
ACER issued 'Boarding schools and Indigenous learners in the Northern Territory'. [Full text]
14. 4 April 17INDIGENOUS / JUSTICE
Greens Senator Siewert said a UN report on Aboriginal incarceration and child removal has thrust Australia's inaction into the spotlight. [Full text]
15. 2 April 17INDIGENOUS / PUBLIC SERVICE
PM&C issued the Aboriginal Land Commissioner's 2015-16 annual report. [Full text]
16. 31 March 17INDIGENOUS
The ORIC announced the end of the special administration of the NT's Kanparrka Store Aboriginal Corporation. [Full text]
17. 31 March 17INDIGENOUS / JUSTICE
Greens Senator Siewert called on the Government to address Indigenous youth incarceration. [Full text]
18. 31 March 17INDIGENOUS / ENVIRONMENT
Senator Siewert welcomed a report which shows the benefit of the Indigenous Rangers program. [Full text]
19. 31 March 17INDIGENOUS / HEALTH
Shadow Minister Snowdon condemned a cut of $8.8m to Indigenous anti-smoking programs. [Full text]
20. 31 March 17EDUCATION / INDIGENOUS
ACER issued 'Little J and Big Cuz coming soon to classrooms'. [Full text]
21. 31 March 17NORTHERN AUSTRALIA / INDIGENOUS / JUSTICE
Minister Scullion announced $70m for policing infrastructure, more than 300 additional police officers and three dog squads in remote NT communities. [Full text]
22. 30 March 17INDIGENOUS / SOCIAL SERVICES
Greens Senator Siewert said the Coalition and Labor voted down her motion tt stop the cashless welfare card trial extensions. [Full text]
23. 30 March 17INDIGENOUS / HEALTH
Minister Wyatt announced $35.2m for anti-smoking programs targeted to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in regional and remote areas. [Full text]
24. 30 March 17INDIGENOUS / COMMERCE
IBA a Start-Up Finance Package and a Procurement Loan program. [Full text]
25. 30 March 17INDIGENOUS / ENVIRONMENT
The ORIC has placed Queensland's Gunggandji PBC Aboriginal Corporation under special administration. [Full text]
26. 29 March 17INDIGENOUS / SOCIAL SERVICES / EDUCATION
Ministers Tudge and Scullion said a trial to streamline ABSTUDY claims has seen a halving of processing times. [Full text]
27. 29 March 17INDIGENOUS / EDUCATION / MEDIA
Minister Birmingham launched an NITV children's program. [Full text]
28. 28 March 17DEFENCE / INDIGENOUS / HISTORY
Minister Tehan invited descendants of Indigenous soldiers who took part in the Battle of Beersheba and the Sinai-Palestine campaign to take part in an oral history project. [Full text]
29. 28 March 17INDIGENOUS / HEALTH / AGED CARE
Minister Wyatt launched a discussion starter about end of life care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. [Full text]
30. 28 March 17INDIGENOUS / HEALTH
Greens Senator Siewert said the Senate has called on the Government provide a $10m grant that they have refused to give to the Machado-Joseph Disease Foundation. [Full text]