Fewer Indigenous children are dying before they reach primary school age and more are enrolled in early education, the annual Closing the Gap report card is expected to reveal.But only three of the seven targets are on track after a decade, and goals to close the gap on school attendance, halve the gap in unemployment rates and school literacy and numeracy results, look set to expire having never been met.The Prime Minister is due to deliver the 10th annual Closing the Gap address in...
The annual Closing the Gap report card is expected to reveal that just three of seven targets are on track after a decade, but there are signs of improvement on last year's result. The Prime Minister is due to deliver the 10th annual Closing the Gap address in Canberra today, providing the yearly report on the progress to improve employment, education and health outcomes for Indigenous Australians.
ASIO officers have taken custody of a cache of cabinet documents obtained by the ABC after they were left in a filing cabinet.The documents revealed a myriad of secret cabinet deliberations and national security positions over several governments.They were obtained by the ABC after being found in a locked filing cabinet sold at an auction of ex-government furniture in Canberra.The ABC and the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet reached an agreement on the return of the documents.Officers...
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