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Family and friends paid their respects to Tane Chatfield and delivered moving speeches at a packed Cathedral in Armidale on Friday.
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Pat Dodson has spent much of his career fighting for the betterment for First Australians. From activist, Royal Commissioner, to founding Australia's...
From surfing to skating and even strumming guitars - these Indigenous artists are putting their prints on their passions and making their hobbies a little more...
Newly added
A group of young people found a school program helping others so rewarding; they found a way to keep it going long after school ended.
Family and friends paid their respects to Tane Chatfield and delivered moving speeches at a packed Cathedral in Armidale on Friday.
A new method for pinpointing the geological origins of ochre found in Indigenous Australian artefacts has been found.
An Anti-Discrimination Commission report reveals high to extreme levels of institutional racism in Queensland hospitals and health services.
Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion is meeting with ministers from federal, state and territory governments to discuss overhauling the Closing the Gap...
"Black Lives Matter is working for a world where Black lives are no longer intentionally and systematically targeted for demise."
Professional surfer Otis Carey is best known for his cheeky spirit and creative, unorthodox style of riding the waves. But few know he is also a rising star in...
A new report reveals that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are ditching the national trend and putting out their bad smoking habits.
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