Another $11.8 million will extend the Cape York Welfare Reform Trial.
Another $11.8 million will extend the Cape York Welfare Reform Trial.

Indigenous spending focuses on NT

THE vast majority of funds for Indigenous affairs will continue to be spent in the Northern Territory.

Some $5.2 billion was allocated to closing the gap on Indigenous disadvantage, $3.4 billion of which will be spent in the NT, while $43 million will be spent on essential services in Aboriginal communities outside the Territory.

Another $11.8 million will extend the Cape York Welfare Reform Trial.


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