Media releases - Indigenous Affairs

National Sorry Day 2018

National Sorry Day is a significant day for all Australians, especially Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities across the nation. National Sorry Day marks the anniversary of the tabling in Federal Parliament of the Bringing Them Home Report…

New funding to boost services in the NT

Joint Media Release with Treasurer The Hon. Scott Morrison MP and Northern Territory Treasurer The Hon. Nicole Manison MLA The Turnbull Government will provide new funding to boost services in the Northern Territory, having reached agreement with the Northern Territory…

Celebrating Vernon Islands handover

Aboriginal land has today been granted to the traditional owners of the Vernon Islands resolving the second oldest current land claim application in the Northern Territory. The delivery of this land is part of the Coalition Government’s commitment to progress…

Celebrating 2018 NAIDOC Week

Coalition Government investing $1.4 million for local communities to celebrate 2018 NAIDOC Week. NAIDOC Week celebrations will run from 8 – 15 July 2018, guided by the theme ‘Because of her, we can!’ to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander…

Statement: Barnaby Joyce

Barnaby Joyce is a champion for regional Australia and has been an outstanding leader of the National Party. Leader of the Nationals in the Senate, Senator the Hon Nigel Scullion, has today paid tribute to Barnaby and thanked him for…

Coalition unveils new Indigenous Grants Policy

Coalition Government extending the principles of the Indigenous Procurement Policy to grants in remote areas and those that specifically benefit Indigenous Australians. Communities have told us funding should be prioritised for Indigenous-led organisations, the new Indigenous Grants Policy will systemise…

Increasing community safety in Mutitjulu

Mutitjulu community night patrol provides vital services to keep people safe. Coalition investing $219,500 for a new night patrol facility in Mutitjulu to support an expansion of their activities. The investment is part of the Coalition Government’s $5 billion Indigenous…

More Labor lies on remote housing

Misleading and outrageous statements from Western Australian Labor Housing Minister Peter Tinley as well as South Australian Labor Housing Minister Zoe Bettison are undermining good faith negotiations between the Commonwealth and state governments about the future of remote housing. Minister…

Acting Registrar of ORIC

Mr Joe Mastrolembo has been appointed as Acting Registrar of the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC). Minister for Indigenous Affairs Nigel Scullion was pleased to appoint Mr Mastrolembo to this important position and has congratulated outgoing Registrar…

Native Title for Gingirana People

Joint Media Release with Member for Durack Ms Melissa Price The Gingirana people celebrate their Native Title determination. This determination area covers 12,150 square kilometres of land in the Central Desert Region of Western Australia. The Gingirana people have today…

Vale Mr Sol Bellear AM

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion has paid tribute to Bundjalung man, Mr Sol Bellear AM. “Mr Bellear AM was known for his efforts in land rights, social justice, self-determination and better health outcomes for First Australians,” said Minister Scullion.…

Promoting prosperity on Palm Island

Joint Media Release with Government Senator for Queensland Senator Ian Macdonald $50,000 for Palm Island Aboriginal Shire Council to develop plan for economic development The investment is part of the Coalition Government’s $5 billion Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS) The Coalition…

Historic township lease for Gunyangara, NT

New 99 year township lease signed for Gunyangara Township leasing provides traditional owners and community control over their land and greater economic opportunities Coalition Government has provided $2.5 million to support housing and subdivision and $5.3 million for employee housing…

Mungo Man returned to country

Joint Media Release with Minister for the Arts The Hon. Mitch Fifield Today, the 42,000 year old ancestral remains of Mungo Man and 104 others will be returned to Traditional Owners in a ceremony at Lake Mungo, South Western New…

First Australians conquer NYC marathon

Joint Media Release with Minister for Indigenous Health The Hon. Ken Wyatt AM, MP Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, and Minister for Indigenous Health, Ken Wyatt AM, have congratulated the latest squad of Indigenous Marathon Foundation runners on conquering…

Championing school attendance in the NT

Today, educators, community organisations and government representatives came together in Tennant Creek for the Barkly Remote School Attendance Strategy Summit, hosted in partnership between the Coalition Government and the Papulu Apparr-kari Aboriginal Corporation. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion said…

Increase in Indigenous expenditure

$33.4 billion in Indigenous expenditure over 2015-16 Funding makes up six percent of total government spending The Coalition Government’s $5 billion Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS) is investing 50 per cent of its funding in Indigenous owned and run organisations Minister…

Review into remote housing welcomed

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion has welcomed the release of a Remote Housing Review, led by an Indigenous expert panel. “I commissioned this Review last year because I recognised there is a need for practical, innovative solutions to tackle…

Native Title for the Mirning People

Joint Media Release with Member for O’Connor Rick Wilson Another chapter has been written for native title determination in Western Australia with the Federal Court handing down a landmark determination for the Mirning people. The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel…

COAG Council on Indigenous Affairs

Communiqué Today’s first meeting of the new COAG Ministerial Council on Indigenous Affairs brought together ministers from all Australian governments in Canberra to re-energise national efforts on Indigenous policy. The Council was welcomed to Ngunnawal and Ngambri country by Tina…

Native Title Ministers’ Meeting

Joint Media Release with Attorney-General Senator The Hon George Brandis QC On Friday 13 October 2017, we will chair the Native Title Ministers’ meeting at Parliament House in Canberra where Commonwealth, state and territory ministers will meet to renew and…

Guthoo Youth Summit

Young people and community leaders to attend the Guthoo (we are one) Youth Summit in Kalgoorlie. Guthoo Youth Summit will hear directly from Kalgoorlie-Boulder youth about their hopes, fears and aspirations for their future. The summit will explore solutions for…

Growth for Yunaga

Joint Media Release with Nationals Senator for the New South Wales, Senator John Williams Singleton earth moving business, Yunaga, successful in receiving $1.82 million Coalition Government investment to expand and grow their operations. Coalition Government is backing Yunaga to promote…

Indigenous Literacy Day

Today marks Indigenous Literacy Day, an opportunity to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories and languages and instill an enduring love of reading. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said that Indigenous Literacy Day was also an important time…

Record job numbers for Indigenous rangers

Joint Media Release with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources The Hon. Barnaby Joyce MP The Indigenous Rangers Program creates around 2,500 jobs across Australia thanks to increased Coalition Government funding $12.4 million commitment to the…

Native Title for NSW Traditional Owners

Native title recognition in New South Wales marked a new chapter this week with the Federal Court handing down landmark determinations for the Yaegl people and Western Bundjalung people. The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, today congratulated both the…

Minister congratulates NRL S2W graduates

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has congratulated last year’s graduates from the National Rugby League’s (NRL) successful School to Work (S2W) programme – almost all of whom have obtained employment or are pursuing further education. Speaking at a…

Mr Chi – an artistic advocate

Joint Media Release with Minister for Indigenous Health The Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, and the Minister for Indigenous Health, Ken Wyatt AM, have paid tribute to Mr Chi, an admired playwright, musician…

More than $200,000 to support youth in Katherine

A successful programme supporting young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Katherine and surrounding communities has received an important funding boost from the Coalition Government. Minister for Indigenous Affairs and Country Liberals Senator for the Northern Territory, Nigel Scullion,…

Certainty for Kormilda College students

Months of concerted effort to secure the future of Darwin’s Kormilda College have paid off with leading Australian school, Haileybury, agreeing to take over the school. Minister for Indigenous Affairs and Country Liberals Senator for the Northern Territory, Nigel Scullion,…

$580,000 for Spinifex Indigenous rangers

Joint media release with Member for O’Connor, Rick Wilson The Coalition Government will provide the Pila Nguru Aboriginal Corporation with more than $580,000 to support the Spinifex Indigenous ranger group in the Goldfields region of Western Australia. The investment was…

Review of Mintabie Township leases

Joint Media Release with  South Australian Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Hon Kyam Maher MLC  The South Australian Government will review the Mintabie Township Lease Agreement in partnership with Anangu Pitjantatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) and the Federal Government. As part…

Celebrating Reconciliation Week

Two of the most significant events in Australia’s modern history will be acknowledged and celebrated in the lead up to National Reconciliation Week. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the overwhelmingly successful 1967 referendum and the 25th anniversary of…

Coalition delivering for First Australians

The Coalition Government is making the right choices, with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people big winners from the federal budget. The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Senator Nigel Scullion, said the cross-portfolio budget investment delivered fairness, opportunity and security –…

Coalition supercharging Indigenous business sector

The Coalition Government is overhauling its support for Indigenous businesses by reforming Indigenous Business Australia and consulting on a new Indigenous Entrepreneurs Capital Scheme. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, who released the Indigenous Business Sector Strategy Consultation Paper at…

Remembering our Indigenous diggers

Today, Anzac Day, is a time to pause and honour the Australians, including many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, who have served in Australia’s armed forces. In a fitting tribute to the contribution made by our First Australians, the…

Ms Susan Murphy

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has today affirmed his full support for Ms Susan Murphy in her role as a member of the Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council (IAC). Minister Scullion said Ms Murphy brought a wealth of experience…

2017 NAIDOC grants funding round

The history, culture and achievements of First Australians will be celebrated through a $1.4 million Coalition Government grants round that will support events to be held as part of NAIDOC Week activities in July. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion,…

Historic township sublease over Mutitjulu

Anangu people living in the central Australian community of Mutitjulu will enjoy greater economic opportunities, localised decision-making and investment in housing, thanks to new township leasing arrangements finalised today. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, joined traditional owners and local…

Binjari 99-year housing lease

Today the Binjari Community Aboriginal Corporation and the Coalition Government have executed a historic 99-year lease over public housing in the community living area of Binjari in the Northern Territory.  This is the first 99-year housing lease over all social…

Celebrating Indigenous women

Today is International Women’s Day, for me a day to pause and celebrate the outstanding achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women across the country. Indigenous women are doctors, lawyers, mothers, sisters, scientists, academics and advocates for change. Organisers…

Ms Janet Inyika – a tireless campaigner

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has paid tribute to Ms Janet Inyika, a highly respected and influential Indigenous elder from the Ngaanyatjarra, Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara Lands who recently passed away. Minister Scullion said Ms Inyika worked tirelessly to…

ABA funding round opens

A new Aboriginals Benefit Account (ABA) funding round opens tomorrow – Monday, 13 February 2017 – and organisations in the Northern Territory are being invited to apply. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said funding was available for projects that…

Australian Reconciliation Barometer Report

Reconciliation Australia’s biennial Australian Reconciliation Barometer has been released today, providing a snapshot of views on the relationship between First Australians and the wider Australian community. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said the report showed some encouraging signs but…

$10m a year to strengthen IAS evaluation

The Coalition Government will allocate $10 million a year over four years to strengthen the evaluation of Indigenous Affairs programmes. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said the multi-year programme of evaluations would be underpinned by a formal Evidence and…

Refurbished store for Gunbalanya

The community of Gunbalanya in the Northern Territory has a newly-refurbished community store, thanks to a $4.6 million grant from the Commonwealth Government’s Aboriginals Benefit Account (ABA). This investment expands the range of healthy food options available in Gunbalanya while…

Landmark lease agreement for Mutitjulu

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has welcomed the historic approval of a township sublease covering Mutitjulu, a community located in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory. Minister Scullion said the sublease would deliver better land administration,…

Facts don’t back up ANU report on CDP

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has strongly rejected the findings contained in an Australian National University (ANU) report about the Coalition Government’s Community Development Programme (CDP) that has been released today. Minister Scullion noted the report, Job Creation and…

Excellence in Indigenous governance recognised

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has tonight congratulated the winners and finalists of the 2016 Indigenous Governance Awards. Minister Scullion, who attended tonight’s annual awards ceremony in Sydney, praised Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation and Murdi…

Indigenous-led review into remote housing

Minister for Indigenous Affairs Nigel Scullion, today announced an independent review into remote Indigenous housing to explore practical and innovative solutions to address the inadequate conditions and supply in remote Indigenous housing. “Overcrowding, homelessness and poor housing conditions in remote…

More than 11,000 CDP jobs

Job seekers have been placed into more than 11,000 jobs through the Coalition Government’s remote employment and community development service, the Community Development Programme (CDP), since July 2015. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said the CDP was getting job…

Star support for girls across the NT

The Coalition Government will provide the Stars Foundation with almost $2 million to deliver intensive school-based mentoring programmes to Indigenous girls and young women across the Northern Territory. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said the investment would help 450…

Certainty for Kormilda College

The Coalition Government has acted decisively to deliver certainty to students at Kormilda College in Darwin by agreeing to provide financial support to keep the school open through 2017. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said that based on what…

Adaptability key to RSAS success

A case study report produced by the O’Brien Rich Research Group that focused on six Remote School Attendance Strategy (RSAS) schools found that the strategy’s adaptability was a key to its success. The report, which focused on sites in the…

5000 Indigenous jobs through VTEC

JOINT MEDIA RELEASE WITH PRIME MINISTER THE HON. MALCOLM TURNBULL MP The Coalition Government has reached its target of supporting 5000 job opportunities for First Australians through the Vocational Training and Employment Centre (VTEC) initiative. For highly disadvantaged Aboriginal and…

Game on for Koori Knockout

The Redfern All Blacks will host the NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout in Sydney this long weekend – an iconic annual event involving Indigenous football players from across the state. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said the Knockout competition,…

AACAP 2016 concludes in Laura

Joint Media Release with Minister for Defence Senator the Hon. Marise Payne & Member for Leichhardt The Hon. Warren Entsch MP For the 20th consecutive year, the Australian Government has delivered infrastructure, vocational skills training and health care to a…

Minister congratulates Replay Group graduates

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has today congratulated 29 First Australians for completing the Replay Group’s Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care course. Minister Scullion presented the participants with graduation certificates at a ceremony in Brisbane today…

TSRA holds historic 100th board meeting

The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) has reached a significant milestone today, holding its 100th board meeting at the organisation’s headquarters on Thursday Island. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, attended today’s historic meeting and congratulated Pedro Stephen on being…

R U OK? Day

Today is R U OK? Day – a day to reach out to people you know, from family, to friends and work colleagues, to ask if they are okay. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, who is a Conversation Hero…

Visit to Far North Qld and Torres Strait

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, will spend the coming week in Far North Queensland and the Torres Strait meeting with elected leaders, traditional owners, community members, stakeholders and service providers. This will be the first opportunity Minister Scullion…

50th anniversary of the Wave Hill Walk Off

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, today joined the Gurindji people, traditional owners of country, and Northern Territory Land Council representatives in Kalkarindji to mark the 50th anniversary of the historic Wave Hill Walk Off. Minister Scullion paid tribute to…

LAF further reduces petrol sniffing

A study into the prevalence of petrol sniffing in selected Indigenous communities revealed sniffing continued to decline between 2011 and 2014. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said today the downward trend coincided with Coalition Government’s continued roll out of…

Native title recognised in Borroloola

Two long-running native title claims covering land in the Northern Territory town of Borroloola have been resolved at a historic on-country sitting of the Federal Court today. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said the determination recognised exclusive possession over…

New ABA funding round

Indigenous organisations in the Northern Territory are being invited to apply for funding under a new Aboriginals Benefit Account (ABA) funding round that opens on 23 August 2016. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said funding was available for projects…

No place for racist cartoon

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said today he was appalled by a racist cartoon published in today’s edition of the Australian newspaper. Minister Scullion said the publication of Bill Leak’s cartoon today was particularly tasteless, given it was…

NT youth justice system

I was deeply shocked and appalled by the extremely disturbing footage the ABC’s Four Corners programme aired last night regarding the treatment of youths, including Indigenous youths, by staff in the Northern Territory’s youth justice system. Any allegations prison staff…

Speech for Kenbi Land Grant

I would like to begin by acknowledging the traditional owners on whose land we meet today, the Larrakia people, and pay my respect to their elders past and present. I also want to begin by acknowledging the presence of the…

Historic Grant of Land at Yarralin

Joint Media Release with Country Liberals Candidate For Lingiari, Tina Macfarlane More than 50,000 hectares of land have today been recognised as Aboriginal land around Yarralin as part of the Coalition’s commitment to recognising Aboriginal land rights in the Northern…

Historic Land Grant at Santa Teresa

Joint Media Release with Country Liberals Candidate For Lingiari Tina Macfarlane A significant parcel of land in the Simpson Desert has been recognised as Aboriginal land by the Commonwealth at an historic ceremony in Santa Teresa today. Minister for Indigenous…

Mabo Day

Today marks the 24th anniversary of the landmark High Court of Australia decision that recognised the native title rights of the Meriam people on Mer Island in the Torres Strait. Minister for Indigenous Affairs and Country Liberals Senator for the…

Anniversary of the 1967 referendum

Today's anniversary of the historic 1967 referendum is a day to celebrate the achievements of the past and reflect on the opportunity ahead of us to recognise that modern Australia shares its history with the oldest continuing cultures on earth.…

Growing the Indigenous Business Sector

JOINT MEDIA RELEASE WITH PRIME MINISTER THE HON. MALCOLM TURNBULL MP Imagination and creativity are key drivers of innovation and entrepreneurship and are critical to our national economic plan for jobs and growth. The Coalition understands there is no shortage…

National Sorry Day

Today is National Sorry Day, a day for all Australians to reflect on the important role First Australians have played in the history of our country, but especially acknowledge the terrible impacts felt by the Stolen Generations. Minister for Indigenous…

Boost for Indigenous Scholarships

More First Australians will have access to a high quality education as a result of $5 million investment by the Coalition Government to increase the number of scholarships offered by the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (AIEF). Minister for Indigenous Affairs…

Labor All Talk In Indigenous Affairs

Labor's talk is cheap in Indigenous Affairs. All spin and no substance. Labor's hollow announcement that it would work with the Land Councils to reform Aboriginals Benefit Account (ABA) funding processes flies in the face of Labor's record and wilfully …

Rumbalara on the board

Indigenous sports and social programmes in Shepparton will receive a significant boost through a new electronic scoreboard at Rumbalara Football and Netball Club’s home ground. Minister for Indigenous Affairs and Country Liberals Senator for the Northern Territory, Nigel Scullion, said…

Major boost for housing in remote NT

Joint Media Release with Chief Minister of the Northern Territory The Hon. Adam Giles MLA Territorians living in remote communities will benefit from significantly improved housing and employment and training opportunities, thanks to a $350 million investment by the Australian…

Labor not serious about Indigenous Affairs

Labor’s appointment of Shayne Neumann as the Shadow Minister for Northern Australia shows once again that Labor doesn’t take Indigenous Affairs seriously or give it the importance it deserves. During the years of the Rudd/Gillard/Rudd Government, Labor had Indigenous Affairs…

Better outcomes for First Australians

The Turnbull Government’s 2016-17 Budget improves outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through investments in economic development, education and community safety. The Government will provide a $65 million loan to the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) which marks a…

$6.7m from ABA to benefit Aboriginals in NT

The Australian Government will enter negotiations with 13 organisations across the Northern Territory to finalise projects to be funded through a $6.7 million investment from the Aboriginals Benefit Account (ABA). Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said today the projects…

New stores for Canteen Creek and Epenarra

The communities of Canteen Creek and Epenarra, south-east of Tennant Creek, have new community stores, thanks to a $4.3 million grant from the Aboriginals Benefit Account (ABA). Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, today congratulated both communities, the Canteen Creek…

Supporting NAIDOC Week celebrations

The Australian Government will celebrate the history, culture and achievements of First Australians through a grant round to support events to be held as part of National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) Week celebrations in July. Minister for…

Mrs Mununggurr: a visionary Yolngu

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has paid tribute to Mrs Mununggurr who passed away in Arnhem Land earlier this week. “Mrs Mununggurr was a senior traditional owner of the Gumatj Clan and a visionary Yolngu who was instrumental…

National Close the Gap Day

Joint Media Release with Minister for Rural Health Senator the Hon. Fiona Nash Today is National Close the Gap Day – a time to acknowledge all the work being done to close the gap in Indigenous life expectancy within a…

Continued support for CNS

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has delivered on his promise to provide the NSW/ACT Aboriginal Legal Service with $1.8 million to support the Custody Notification Service (CNS) through until 30 June 2019. The Australian Government will provide the…

CDP reforms to drive employment outcomes

The Australian Government will build on the early success of the Community Development Programme (CDP) by introducing a more direct and immediate compliance regime that will encourage jobseekers to be more active in their communities. The Government will today introduce…

$1.8m for NSW Custody Notification Service

The Australian Government will provide the NSW/ACT Aboriginal Legal Service with $1.8 million to support the NSW Custody Notification Service (CNS) until June 30, 2019. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, provided the funding assurance to deliver certainty for this…

ORIC yearbook highlights record compliance

The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has today welcomed the release of the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations’ (ORIC) 2014–15 yearbook. Minister Scullion said the yearbook highlighted continued improvements in the governance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait…

Minister addresses 111th NLC meeting

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has today addressed the 111th Full Council meeting of the Northern Land Council (NLC) held at Gulkula in north-east Arnhem Land. Minister Scullion said he was pleased to be invited to attend the meeting…

AWM honours Captain Reg Saunders MBE

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has welcomed a decision by the Australian War Memorial to rename its Western Gallery and Courtyard in honour of Captain Reginald ‘Reg’ Saunders MBE – the first Aboriginal serviceman to be promoted to a…

Labor out of touch on Indigenous Affairs

The response by Labor’s Indigenous Affairs spokesman, Shayne Neumann, to the Government’s consultations on the Indigenous Advancement Strategy shows how out of touch Labor is. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said the Indigenous Advancement Strategy was based on consultations…

Appointments to ILC and IBA boards

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, today announced changes to the Board of the Indigenous Land Corporation to replace four expiring appointments. The Minister said the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) is an important organisation needed to advance economic, environmental, social…