2 December 2016 - The NSW Government has reaffirmed its commitment to working with the Stolen Generations to address the trauma and harm from forced removal of Aboriginal children.
16 November 2016 - NSW will become the first state in Australia to introduce landmark legislation to protect traditional Aboriginal languages.
13 November 2016 - More than 140 local Aboriginal leaders and government representatives will gather in the Hunter Valley to discuss how they can work together more closely and effectively.
30 September 2016 - The NSW Government welcomes the 46th Koori Knockout to Sydney this October long weekend and will provide $57,000 for transport, a stall and an Elder's tent.
14 September 2016 - In what will be the largest single fee reduction in NSW history, the NSW Government is cutting preschool fees by an average of 30 per cent to encourage more parents to enrol their
7 September 2016 - The NSW Government is committed to boosting Aboriginal literacy and supporting the revitalisation of Aboriginal languages.
23 August 2016 - NSW Government enters historic partnership with NSW Aboriginal Land Council to develop a new framework to speed up and negotiate better Aboriginal land claim outcomes.
15 August 2016 - Minister for Early Childhood Education Leslie Williams visited Orange today to officially open the CareWest Preschool.
8 August 2016 - Minister for Early Childhood Education Leslie Williams today opened an innovative pilot program at Tamworth’s Hillvue Public School.
4 August 2016 - The importance of preschool will be highlighted at a National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children's Day event at Parliament NSW today.
3 August 2016 - NSW Aboriginal Student of the Year Award winners will arrive in Sydney today to attend a leadership forum in Parliament House and meet with inspirational Indigenous leaders.
4 July 2016 - Aboriginal Affairs Minister Leslie Williams today announced funding for six projects to preserve Aboriginal languages as NAIDOC Week celebrations kick off around the state.
24 June 2016 - A series of forums across NSW will give Aboriginal communities the opportunity to discuss the need for healing informed practices with government agencies.
23 June 2016 - Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Leslie Williams has made an apology to the Stolen Generations today as she welcomed the release of a new report.
21 June 2016 - The 2016-17 NSW Budget includes funding of $150 million to support families access sustainable and quality preschool services across the State under the Preschool Funding Model.
12 May 2016 - The NSW Government will invest $14 million to ensure more children from regional and remote areas can access the benefits of preschool.
6 May 2016 - Families across NSW will benefit from an $8 million funding injection for capital works leading to up to 500 additional preschool places in areas of high need.
21 April 2016 - Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Leslie Williams today invited Expressions of Interest for the $20 million Western Sydney Aboriginal Centre for Excellence.
18 March 2016 - Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Leslie Williams today announced an additional round of grants to support the revitalisation of Aboriginal languages through community-lead initiatives
11 March 2016 - $23.6 million for long day care services to deliver preschool programs for four and five-year-old children in the year before school.
9 March 2016 - The inaugural NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year was announced this morning at the 2016 NSW Women of the Year Awards.
22 February 2016 - Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Leslie Williams has encouraged Aboriginal and community groups across NSW to take advantage of $200,000 in funding grants for NAIDOC Week 2016.
10 February 2016 - The second phase of the $20 million Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) grants program is now open.
25 January 2016 - Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Leslie Williams today announced a $10,000 grant to support Yabun Festival 2016.
12 January 2016 - Early childhood teachers will be accredited alongside their peers in NSW schools, further recognising them as professionals.
13 November 2015 - Minister for Early Childhood Education welcomes the Commonwealth Government's offer of a new National Partnership Agreement on Universal Access to Early Childhood Education.
9 November 2015 - Minister for Early Childhood Education Leslie Williams today announced programs worth $45.
15 October 2015 - Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Leslie Williams today released the OCHRE: Two Years On report, which highlights the progress of the NSW Government's plan for Aboriginal affairs.
17 Septermber 2015 - Minister for Early Childhood Education Leslie Williams today announced a $1.3 million scholarship program for early childhood teachers working in rural and remote locations.
2 September 2015 Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Early Childhood Education Leslie Williams today encouraged local communities to take part in Indigenous Literacy Day.
27 July 2015 - Acting Minister for Education Leslie Williams has encouraged parents and students to take part in Education Week, which runs from 27–31 July.
6 July 2015 - Minister for Early Childhood Education Leslie Williams today announced a $20 million fund for Long Day Care services to offer preschool programs.
18 June 2015 - Early childhood services across the State are benefitting from a NSW Government scholarship program to help early childhood teachers upgrade their qualifications.
23 June 2015 - The 2015-16 NSW Budget includes $30 million for Aboriginal Affairs, including pathways to jobs and a Centre of Excellence in Western Sydney.
23 June 2015 - Early Childhood Education will receive $348 million in the 2015-16 NSW Budget to enable better access to preschool and improve the transition to school for students.
15 June 2015 - The 2015-16 NSW Budget includes a $20 million Before and After School Care Fund, which will ensure more Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) places are available from the beginning of 2016.
18 June 2015 - Early childhood services across the State are benefitting from a NSW Government scholarship program to help early childhood teachers upgrade their qualifications, Minister for Early
3 May 2015 - The NSW Government has welcomed the Federal Government's decision to extend the National Partnership Agreement on Universal Access to Early Childhood Education by a further two years.