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  1. Principles before personality

    Every year its ‘business’ strengthens. How do they do it? And is it significant that all the board members are women? Chittaway Bay, New South Wales central coast: Founded in 1994, The Glen, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre for men run by Ngaimpe

    Spotlight on | Created: 5 January 2017

  2. MR1718-09_Failure-to-report.pdf

    for deregistration. The matters were prosecuted by the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions. The CATSI Act ... Director of Public Prosecutions. ‘Failing to lodge annual reports jeopardises the corporation,’ said Mr ... is functioning as it should be. Each report also contributes to the authority and integrity of the public

    Available at: Failure to report leads to fines of $8,600

    Created: 26 October 2017

  3. Healing hands

    A corporation with a vision to strengthen traditional healing and make it part of a complementary, ‘two-way’ healthcare system Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) lands, South Australia: In 2012, a group of Aboriginal traditional healers—ngangkaṟi

    Spotlight on | Created: 13 December 2016

  4. Manager, Indigenous art

    and aware of upcoming prospects for their work across exhibitions, competitions, public art projects,

    Created: 7 November 2017

  5. LawHelp

    legal risks and develop appropriate disclaimers (including for websites, buildings and publications) consumer ... bono comes from the latin ‘pro bono publico’ meaning for the public good. Pro bono legal services

    Created: 7 November 2017

  6. 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

  7. 17_0034_ORIC-strategic-plan-2017-20_2017_v1-0-low-res.pdf

    Strait Islander tradition and circumstances into consideration • ensuring that public information about ... corporations is available on our public register • identifying corporate wrongdoing and non-compliance, ... corporations under the CATSI Act • maintain the public Register of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

    Available at: ORIC strategic plan 2017–20

    Created: 20 October 2017

  8. 17_0034_ORIC strategic plan 2017-20 2017_v1-0 low res.pdf

    Strait Islander tradition and circumstances into consideration • ensuring that public information about ... corporations is available on our public register • identifying corporate wrongdoing and non-compliance, ... corporations under the CATSI Act • maintain the public Register of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

    Available at: ORIC strategic plan 2017–20

    Created: 20 October 2017

  9. ORICMR1617-07_Ellimatta-directors-convicted-failing-to-produce-docs.pdf

    needed to finalise the investigation. The Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions prosecuted

    Available at: Corporation directors convicted for failing to produce documents

    Created: 19 October 2017

  10. 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

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