The WA Government is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people in Western Australia, including helping to prevent self-harm and suicide.
The Government is providing more culturally appropriate services across the State’s justice system to help Aboriginal Victorians facing family violence.
The Victorian Government is helping more Aboriginal jobseekers play a key role in removing our most dangerous and congested level crossings.
Young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Victorians are working side-by-side with Victoria Police as part of a school-based traineeship program supported by the Victorian Government.
NAIDOC Week 2017 has kicked off in Victoria with an official flag raising ceremony at Federation Square.
WA Energy Minister Ben Wyatt has expressed heartfelt congratulations to four men from some of the most remote Aboriginal communities in Western Australia, who are…
Colleen Rosas, Director of the Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS), has been announced as the patron for 2017’s NAIDOC Week celebrations in the Top End.
The Alice Springs Desert Park is running a special program for NAIDOC Week from 2-9 July 2017.