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Lex Wotton says he can finally relax after the Queensland Government dropped its appeal against a federal court ruling which found police had been racist in their...
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Indigneous pro surfer makes the cover of Tracks magazine, almost three years after a rival magazine ran an article calling him "ape-ish".
Dr Sandy O'Sullivan first attended the Mardi Gras parade 32 years ago, and reflects on some of the growth and change she has seen in this time.
Thousands of Australians have signed a petition calling for the Aboriginal flag to fly permanently alongside the Australian and NSW flags on Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students will be hit hard by changes to Sunday penalty rates, warns Indigenous student support worker.
They say three times a charm, but for Central coast surfer and Guringai man from Darkinjung country, Russell Molony begs to differ. He’s scored the top spot at...

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Dr Sandy O'Sullivan first attended the Mardi Gras parade 32 years ago, and reflects on some of the growth and change she has seen in this time.
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They say three times a charm, but for Central coast surfer and Guringai man from Darkinjung country, Russell Molony begs to differ. He’s scored the top spot at Surfest...
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South Australia has chosen a well known Indigneous leader to head up treaty negotiations.
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Most people wouldn’t survive temperatures below -40 degrees, but Inuk woman Nancy Mike's musical career thrives off Canada's Arctic winters.
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At the 89th Academy Awards the Best Documentary goes to … O.J.: Made in America.
New research suggests that Indigenous Australians are more likely to experience "everyday" racism and these 10 people have shared their real life stories.
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