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First Nations Australians in some remote communities are unable to access affordable basic goods and essential items, forcing them to make impossible choices between self-isolating and feeding their families.   First Nations Australians are particularly vulnerable to serious infection from COVID-19 due to higher rates of chronic illness. This threat is more grave for those living
Labor First Nations Ministers and Shadow Ministers held an historic first meeting yesterday to discuss issues confronting Indigenous Australians as the nation responds to the COVID-19 pandemic.   The meeting of Labor’s federal, state and territory Indigenous affairs counterparts discussed the preparedness of government and communities, as well as the strategies being implemented to protect
Labor is calling on the Morrison Government to use its idle $5 billion Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) to provide further economic stimulus to Northern Australia in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Many parts of Northern Australia were already suffering above average unemployment and have now been hit hard by coronavirus. At a time
Labor supports urgent action required to protect Indigenous Australians living in remote communities.   Indigenous Australians are disproportionately at risk of serious infection from COVID-19.   This is due to high rates of chronic illnesses in our community.   Indigenous Australians also have a lower capacity to isolate as a result of the prevalence of