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Labor, the Greens and Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie have joined forces to call on the Coalition to reverse funding cuts to community legal services.
A repatriation ceremony has been held at the Australian Embassy in Berlin to respectfully acknowledge the unconditional return of three Indigenous ancestral remains.
A Parliamentary report has recommended proposed changes to Section 18c of the Racial Discrimination Act be passed.
Australians are being urged to connect with Indigenous culture and history as part of a new mental health and suicide prevention campaign.

Catch up on the latest Marngrook

From Tiddas Tips to Footy yarns, catch up on the latest Marngrook Footy Show episode here. 

The Marngrook Footy Show is a sports entertainment panel show that gives an Indigenous take on the AFL with a strong focus on Indigenous contribution and achievement....
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Aboriginal and South Sea Islander artist, Marcus Corowa discusses Closing the Gap, Harmony Day and the proposed changes to Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.
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Queenslanders are waking up to a huge clean up following the "monster" cyclone Debbie, as the now ex-tropical cyclone still brings heavy rain as it works its way...
112 years ago on 27 March a prominent Indigenous activist was born. This week we remember journalist, advocate and boxer - Jack Patten, who was the founding...
The 2017 Australian Logies celebrates the rise of Indigenous talent with the likes of Deborah Mailman, Hunter Page-Lochard, Rob Collins and Jessica Mauboy scoring...
Labor is disrupting parliament over proposed changes to race-hate speech laws, lashing the federal government for failing to consider the views of Indigenous...
More harrowing stories emerge from former Don Dale corrections facility.
Trees are down and some are reporting power loss, as mainland north Queensland towns await the worst of cyclone's 250km/h winds.
A Parliamentary report has recommended proposed changes to Section 18c of the Racial Discrimination Act be passed.
Aboriginal and South Sea Islander artist, Marcus Corowa discusses Closing the Gap, Harmony Day and the proposed changes to Section 18C of the Racial...
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About 25,000 people living in low-lying areas of Mackay are being urged to evacuate, with fears Cyclone Debbie will bring a devastating tidal surge to the region.
Labor, the Greens and Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie have joined forces to call on the Coalition to reverse funding cuts to community legal services.
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