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A second Melbourne council risks being stripped of its powers to host citizenship ceremonies after councillors voted to stop holding such events on January 26.
Women from the Djaadjawan dance group all have one thing in common — They're former victims of domestic violence, but their past has brought them together for one...
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The first major solo exhibition from street artist Warraba Weatherall offers a scathing assessment of the prison system.
It will be a far cry from the power plays and political maneuvering of the nation's capital when the former PM once again fulfills his pledge to spend a part of...
Children from remote West Australian Aboriginal communities are prostituting themselves to score drugs and alcohol, a police officer has told an inquest.
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When will the status quo of white privilege and continuation of colonisation change?
These students from Ntaria School in Hermannsburg have created their own enterprise using the world’s oldest culture with the newest technology.
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