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Australia's bid for a seat on the United Nations Human Rights Council is in doubt after a UN report revealed that the country is failing to meet its own...
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Payment revealed by WA Attorney general does not prevent family from pursuing further legal action against the government over Ms Dhu's death in custody.
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Seventy-five years ago, at the height of World War II, almost 200 people from the Torres Strait were evacuated to Cherbourg, where they formed a lasting bond with...
With just a board in his hand and salty water on his face, Yorta Yorta man, Cormach Evans will paddle the Wadawurrung coastline to raise awareness for Aboriginal...
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Former rugby league star and Over the Black Dot panellist Owen Craigie says the work Koori Knockout champions Redfern All Blacks have done changing their...
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Protests exploded in the US city of St Louis last week after a white police officer was acquitted for the murder of a black man.
From the outback to the urban jungle, graffiti heralds a new era of Aboriginal artmaking.
Professor Tom Calma says the government's plan to test Year One students for literacy and numeracy will come too late, and says parents can play a bigger role.
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