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NAIDOC Week 2022

NAIDOC Week 2022

As NAIDOC Week 2022 commences, the NSW Government celebrates and acknowledges the continued history, culture, excellence and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across the country. NAIDOC Week is an opportunity for people of all walks of life...

ABORIGINAL CULTURAL SPACE TO HIGHLIGHT OUR HISTORY AT MUSEUM OF SYDNEY

ABORIGINAL CULTURAL SPACE TO HIGHLIGHT OUR HISTORY AT MUSEUM OF SYDNEY

A dedicated Aboriginal Cultural Space will be established at the Museum of Sydney, the site of First Government House in NSW.  The cultural space will feature voices, significant stories, truths and histories of Aboriginal culture and people.    Premier Dominic...

FREE-ENTRY FUN AWAITS THESE SCHOOLS HOLIDAYS

FREE-ENTRY FUN AWAITS THESE SCHOOLS HOLIDAYS

Families are encouraged to take advantage of free general admission to cultural institutions across New South Wales these school holidays, starting today. The NSW Government is investing $5.9 million to support free and discounted entry for the next 12 months to 12...

HELP SHAPE THE NEW ABORIGINAL CULTURAL HERITAGE SYSTEM

HELP SHAPE THE NEW ABORIGINAL CULTURAL HERITAGE SYSTEM

The NSW Government is calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from Aboriginal organisations, communities, and individuals to contribute to the pre-design research stage of the new Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Information System (ACHIS). Last month, Heritage NSW and...

WINTER HOLIDAY FUN IN THE REGIONS

WINTER HOLIDAY FUN IN THE REGIONS

Young people in regional New South Wales are being encouraged to get active, learn new skills and have fun with friends these winter school holidays. Regional youth can enjoy free or heavily subsidised activities including arts and craft workshops, sports days, and...

LISMORE MEN’S SHEDS GET FUNDING BOOST

LISMORE MEN’S SHEDS GET FUNDING BOOST

The Men’s Shed initiative is getting a funding boost on the NSW North Coast, providing practical support, specialised services and a safe and friendly environment to men across the region. A $110,000 grant will see the construction of a new branch of the Men’s Shed in...

$716 MILLION TO EMPOWER ABORIGINAL COMMUNITIES AND DELIVER OUTCOMES

$716 MILLION TO EMPOWER ABORIGINAL COMMUNITIES AND DELIVER OUTCOMES

The NSW Government will invest $716 million over four years in programs, policies and initiatives to improve outcomes for Aboriginal people in New South Wales and help meaningfully shift the dial on Closing the Gap targets and other Aboriginal outcomes. The 2022-23...

$59 MILLION MORE SUPPORT FOR REGIONAL YOUTH

$59 MILLION MORE SUPPORT FOR REGIONAL YOUTH

   A record $59 million over four years will be invested in regional youth as part of the 2022-23 NSW Budget to deliver local programs that ensure young people continue to thrive in their communities. Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole said...

NSW GOVERNMENT MAKES ARTS ACCESSIBLE FOR ALL

NSW GOVERNMENT MAKES ARTS ACCESSIBLE FOR ALL

The 2022-23 NSW Budget makes the state's arts, screen and culture offerings more accessible for all, with the NSW Government spending over $1.4 billion on arts and creative infrastructure. The NSW Government will fund a range of initiatives, including free general...

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