Victorian health and community Aboriginal corporation seeks help

The Deputy Registrar of Indigenous Corporations, Joe Mastrolembo, has today announced that the Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation (Mungabareena) has been placed under special administration.

Incorporated in 1994, Mungabareena provides a range of culturally appropriate services to meet the health and wellbeing needs of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in Wodonga, Victoria and the surrounding region.

Building bridges every which way

Arnhem Land, Northern Territory: Beginning in 1972 as a cooperative of community stores in seven communities, The Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation (ALPA) is now the highest-earning corporation under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act). In 2015–16 it generated income of over $95 million—with a tidy $5 million surplus for its five member communities—Galiwinku, Gapuwiyak, Milingimbi, Minjilang and Ramingining. It’s a smart, diverse operation strengthened by a passion for bridge-building.

New graduates in governance

Today in Cairns, Queensland, 13 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students will graduate with a Certificate IV in Business (Governance).

The Certificate IV in Business (Governance) is part of a national accredited training package developed specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who wish to improve their corporate governance and management skills. It is fully funded by the Australian Government through the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC).

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