On this National Day of Healing 2015, let’s recognise that the starting point of 'sorry' is to have empathy – a virtue that is vital for Australians to reach...
As people in Western Australia struggle for more information about plans to close up to 150 remote communities across the state, Living Black reporter Craig...
Canberra's Aboriginal community is asking how a young Aboriginal inmate at the local jail was allegedly bashed so badly he ended up in a coma within hours of...
The only people stopping constitutional recognition of Indigenous peoples are the Prime Minister and his Liberal party colleagues, says Tasmanian Aboriginal...
Only a modest referendum proposal will have the prospect of being carried, of being workable and of being sufficiently certain in its future application, writes...
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says Indigenous children who go to boarding school face the best prospects in life.
An Indigenous representative body in Alice Springs has condemned a vigilante paramilitary group for igniting racism there.
The debate about Indigenous constitutional recognition has become more intense in recent weeks.
A traditional Polynesian canoe has arrived in Sydney from Hawaii as part of its 42,000 nautical mile journey across the globe.
When anthropologists turn the tools of their trade on themselves, placing their own profession in the role of the passive or exotic "tribe", the results can be...
A prominent Indigenous rights campaigner has accused the Federal and Western Australian Governments of racism over community closures while they bail out drought...
There are fears more remote communities will be closed, this time in the Northern Territory, after the Federal Government handed $155 million to the NT Government...
No improvements have been made to Indigenous higher education participation or completion despite a major review.
NITV News has compiled an overview of how Australian Indigenous affairs were impacted by the 2014 Federal Budget.
The Barnett Government may have softened its stance on the prospect of closing some remote WA communities, but it maintains there is 'vivid evidence' of child...