Work on the Our Community. Our Future. Our Homes remote housing program is progressing and providing many opportunities for residents living in remote communities.
In-language audio recordings about the Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS) are now available in 17 Aboriginal languages.
Living close to dangerous wildlife is a part of life in many NT communities.
Work has begun in 21 remote Aboriginal communities to improve housing under Room to Breathe – part of the 10 year $1.1 billion remote housing program, Our Community. Our Future. Our Homes.
Good things have been happening in Galiwin’ku, as two newly built homes were allocated to tenants in May.
Yurrawi is an island community located 500 km east of Darwin. Until recently, a dwindling water supply threatened the community’s long-term viability.
Aboriginal Interpreter Service Director, Colleen Rosas has been announced as the patron for this year’s NAIDOC Week celebrations in the Top End.
The most hotly contested event in the Territory is here again and this year the theme is Year of the Rooster.
Three new homes have been handed over to senior residents of Arlparra and twelve more are on the way as part of a $25.3 million NT Government investment in the region.
Elaine Quinn and her grandchildren live at Hoppy’s Camp located on the outskirts of Alice Springs and she takes great pride in her garden and keeping her yard tidy.