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  1. 2015–16 Yearbook (complete report)

    to the Section Manager, Communications, ORIC, PO Box 29, Woden ACT 2606. Please be aware that this publication ... Corporations (ORIC) will continue to increase public confidence in the standards of corporate governance ... of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C), available at Note: Throughout this publication

    Available at: ORIC yearbook 2015–16

    Created: 27 April 2017

  2. Taking care of country

    Coen, Queensland: The Lama Lama traditional owners living in Coen and Port Stewart are the driving force behind Yintjingga Aboriginal Corporation. Since they established this homeland-based, not-for-profit organisation in 2009, Yintjingga has grown in sig

    Spotlight on | Created: 2 December 2016

  3. Former Githabul director pleads guilty

    and adjourned the matter to 4 April 2017 for a sentence hearing. The Commonwealth Director of Public

    Media Release | Created: 7 February 2017

  4. Ten years and healthy ears

    Port Macquarie, New South Wales: In June 2016 Werin Aboriginal Corporation medical centre celebrated 10 years serving the Port Macquarie–Hastings area as well as independence from its auspice arrangement. Over this time the community-controlled, not-for-p

    Spotlight on | Created: 24 October 2016

  5. CATSI fact sheets

    Created: 5 April 2017

  6. Where accreditation is due

    a modern health facility in Kununurra. Preventative and public health programs include maternal and child

    Spotlight on | Created: 30 November 2015

  7. Introduction

    of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC) will continue to increase public confidence in the standards ... of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Annual Report 2015–16. Note: Throughout this publication

    Yearbook section | Created: 30 November 2016

  8. The top 500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations 2014-15: Appendix

    Rank 2014–15 Rank 2013–14 Income 2014–15 Change (%) Employees Change (%) State 1 3 $88,873,326 49.0% 368-4.4% NT 2 2 $65,246,565-0.9% 48-4.0% NT 3 5 $39,255,537-5.2% 307-4.4% NT 4 7 $34,547,700 8.6% 150-62.5% NT 5 6 $33,473,272 4.4% 111-12.6% WA 6 8 $32,6

    Other publication | Created: 1 September 2016

  9. Winnam a winner in social service

    It started 25 years ago on the back of a $100 donation. A group of concerned local Aboriginal volunteers got together to establish a corporation. The aim was to help provide affordable housing for the local community. A quarter of a century later, Winnam

    Spotlight on | Created: 29 September 2016

  10. Application Pack- Dep CEO 2017-04-21_0.pdf

    Benefits Salary Sacrifice Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation has been granted public benevolent institution ... prefer to be spoken to in private and not publicly as sometimes they feel uncomfortable speaking English ... on behalf of government agencies. Council also manages the 25-metre public swimming pool. MPA runs a general

    Available at: Deputy chief executive officer

    Created: 29 May 2017