Media Coverage

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Cashless welfare card tackles family violence

16 Nov 2015 12:00 AM - Publication: The Australian - Sarah Martin

A full-frontal assault on drug and alcohol abuse in the east Kimberley aimed at ending family violence and a failed era of passive welfare will be unveiled today, as part of a new government alliance with the region’s indigenous leaders.


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Aboriginal leaders feel powerless when dealing with the government

31 Oct 2015 12:00 AM - Publication: The Australian - Sean Gordon

More than two years ago, 25 indigenous leaders gathered on the NSW central coast. As a group, we embodied the diversity of Aboriginal Australia, being that we came from and represented urban, regional and remote communities.

We were drawn...

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Barang Regional Alliance established and Board formed

16 Aug 2015 9:00 AM - Publication: Barang Bulletin Issue No.2

The Barang Regional Alliance has now officially been established, with the inaugural Board appointed.

Barang is a new Central Coast organisation aimed at empowering the Aboriginal community of the Central Coast through a unified voice.

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NPY communities get ready to take back some power

1 Aug 2015 9:00 AM - Publication: Land Rights News Central Australia - Volume 5, No.2

Docker River, Mutitjulu, Aputula (Finke) and Imanpa residents are a step closer to adopting a new plan that would give them more power to run their own communities.

The federal government is expected to s...

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Economic thinkers: roundtable discusses improving Aboriginal economic development.

10 Jul 2015 7:00 AM - Publication: Shepparton News - Thomas Muir

An economic round table in Shepparton yesterday brought together about 40 thinkers from across Australia to discuss ways to improve economic engagement in the Aboriginal community.

The first of its kind in the region, the Algabonyah Econo...

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