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Indigenous Australians have taken centre stage at marches across the country for Anzac Day.
The only identified Indigenous Australian woman in WWI was actually serving for Canada.
The largest travelling exhibition to tour the country since the Bicentennial has landed in Sydney to mark the centenary of the Anzacs and is unearthing the...
The national park on Fraser Island has been renamed K'gari (pronounced "gurri"), after the woman's spirit who helped create the island in the Dreamtime.
Two of the Northern Territory's very own were on showcase at last night’s 59th Annual TV Week Logie Awards.
The federal government says it's listened, as it announces continued funding for community and Indigenous legal services.
The stakes are high, if Brazil loses it could face a huge damages bill and further strengthen Indigenous groups fighting to protect their lands.
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For fifth generation serviceman Lieutenant Nigel Browne, Anzac Day is about honouring the sacrifice of his Aboriginal ancestors and inspiring the next generation.
Collingwood midfielder Travis Varcoe says playing in the Anzac Day AFL match against Essendon is a humbling experience, and the envy of other players in the league.
This weekend Indigenous scientists across the globe will not March for Science - but for Sciences.
One Nation says it will establish 'crocodile ranches' across Queensland if it is elected to govern at the next state election.
Private schools have put forward a controversial proposal to the Federal Government to create Indigenous-only campuses in return for extra taxpayer funding.
The right games can create a place for Indigenous people to find self expression, writes Elizabeth LaPensée from Michigan State University in The Conversation.
A new report shows more young Australians are in psychological distress than five years ago.

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The largest travelling exhibition to tour the country since the Bicentennial has landed in Sydney to mark the centenary of the Anzacs and is unearthing the...
Indigenous Australians have taken centre stage at marches across the country for Anzac Day.
The only identified Indigenous Australian woman in WWI was actually serving for Canada.
Gangulu woman and AFLW star Ally Anderson has made her respective Australian rules commentary debut in NITV’s coverage of the NEAFL.
Two of the Northern Territory's very own were on showcase at last night’s 59th Annual TV Week Logie Awards.
Collingwood midfielder Travis Varcoe says playing in the Anzac Day AFL match against Essendon is a humbling experience, and the envy of other players in the league.
For fifth generation serviceman Lieutenant Nigel Browne, Anzac Day is about honouring the sacrifice of his Aboriginal ancestors and inspiring the next generation.
The national park on Fraser Island has been renamed K'gari (pronounced "gurri"), after the woman's spirit who helped create the island in the Dreamtime.
The stakes are high, if Brazil loses it could face a huge damages bill and further strengthen Indigenous groups fighting to protect their lands.
Victoria Police have launched an investigation after claims a spectator levelled a vile racist rant at a Brisbane trainer during the Lions' loss to the Western...
Indigenous Australians have served the nation in all major conflicts since before Federation, for many this was the first time they experienced equality. But back...
COMMENT | Although not evident at the Australia War Memorial in Canberra, war was waged in these shores, on this soil. War began in the South East of the country,...
"[The transcripts] situate the game in its local version in the Grampians region at the same time as Tom Wills [the founder of Australian rules]. There's now no...
Warm and wild, just in time to bake for ANZAC Day tomorrow
The federal government says it's listened, as it announces continued funding for community and Indigenous legal services.
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