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Possum-skin cloaks featuring in 'Art of the Skins' exhibition reveal ancient traditions.
Marcia Langton sounds off on treaty talks and white organisations sucking up money in remote communities.
A mural by artist Matt Adnate pays tribute to a pioneer of Aboriginal rights and the force behind the Tent Embassy.
The godfather of Indigenous stand-up comedy Sean Choolburra is back with a new kick ass comedy series & some of the hottest dancers the black community has ever...
EXCLUSIVE | Aunty Jenny Munro is opening a new front in the battle to get more low-cost social housing in Sydney. Danny Teece-Johnson reports.
'Songlines are a library of information. 'They are many things: a road map, a bible, our history.'
A new book details the long standing and close relationship between Australia and New Zealand's First Peoples.

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New Sydney-based theatre company, Cope St Indigenous Arts Collective, get set to debut their eclectic production ‘One of the Good Ones’ tonight.
Paul Gallen has slammed the two weeks suspension given to Sam Thaiday.
As Australians make history in the NBA draft, teenage up-and-comers from across Asia are hoping to impress some of the biggest names in basketball at the ...
Expectant Indigenous mothers in Mount Isa are using art to get men more involved in their pregnancies.

Surf is life for Russell Molony

It's hard to discuss the Indigenous Surfing Titles without talking about Russell Molony.
Bells Beach is one of the world's most famous beaches, but its Indigenous heritage isn't as well known.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - "What's a demigod gotta do?" Dwayne Johnson's Maui asks when his audience isn't impressed by his antics in the stunning first teaser...

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The "Tjawa Tjawa" songline is about a group of women who came from around Roebourne in the Pilbara and travelled, in some cases underground, all the way through to...
Goorrandalng: Brolga Dreaming, one of our Songlines on Screen, is a song and a story about women who went to the dreaming place where women can go to become...
Wardbukkarra, one of our Songlines on Screen, is the story of the creation of the first people of Western Arnhem Land, and the battle between good and evil...
Tjawa Tjawa, one of our Songlines on Screen, follows a group of women in search of their husbands.
Footprints, one of our Songlines on Screen, shows the songs and dances given to the Djugun tribe by their creator during the Buguragarri (the Dreamtime).
Bulunu Milkarri, one of our Songlines on Screen, is about one woman's journey to learn an endangered songline from remote Arnhem Land that explores cycles of...
In Wurray, one of our Songlines on Screen, Yolngu song men trace the epic dreamtime story of their great nomadic warrior across the wilderness of North East...
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Invasion, what invasion? Tony Abbott causes uproar for saying Australia was ‘settled’.
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There's a certain kind of buzz that you only get when seeing an awesome trickshot. Getting one in yourself must be a little addictive!
A look at what a treaty is and how the adoption of a treaty might change the political landscape for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
A new Aboriginal colouring-in book aims to break down barriers between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
A young Aboriginal woman lies dying in agony on the floor of a police lock-up while officers laugh, mock her as a “junkie” and accuse her of “faking” her fatal...
“This country holds our story forever like an archive. Travelling through country, the songs reveal themselves. They are embedded in country.” - Francis...
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All Indigenous marathon group, the Queanbeyan Deadly Runners are hoping to make ground on the Hawaiian Islands
Take a look inside the revolutionary bus driving people out of homelessness and restoring hygiene on the streets.
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Hip Hop artist Nooky tells us where his inspiration for music and life come from and what he hopes to achieve with the Dreaming Award.
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The nation’s best established and emerging Indigenous talent will take to the stage at this year’s National Indigenous Music Awards.

Comment, Analysis & Personal Accounts

From unique Indigenous voices, you won't find comment, analysis & personal accounts like this anywhere else.

COMMENT | In any given election, Indigenous issues usually don’t get much air time from the nation media, despite there being so many crucial issues worth discussing....
In March 2015, then-prime minister Tony Abbott acknowledged that domestic violence was a “tragic and deadly epidemic” affecting the entire nation. This sentiment...
COMMENT | Our children deserve more than to have their sporting heroes reduced to walking, talking alcohol advertisements, writes Kristen Ella.
OPINION | Treaty is the demand of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people beyond a single constitutional moment, writes Mark MacMillan.
COMMENT | I agree with Bill Shorten and Patrick Dodson that we can have both a treaty and recognition. It speaks to the full scope and imagination of our country.
EXPLAINER | A painting by Wurundjeri artist William Barak was auctioned last week for A$512,400. This set a new record for the 19th century artist, diplomat and...

Election 2016: Ken Wyatt

CANDIDATE PROFILE | The Liberal's Ken Wyatt says there's much more that he wants to achieve for his electorate of Hasluck.
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Latest news & features

New Sydney-based theatre company, Cope St Indigenous Arts Collective, get set to debut their eclectic production ‘One of the Good Ones’ tonight.
Paul Gallen has slammed the two weeks suspension given to Sam Thaiday.
Marcia Langton sounds off on treaty talks and white organisations sucking up money in remote communities.
Possum-skin cloaks featuring in 'Art of the Skins' exhibition reveal ancient traditions.
As Australians make history in the NBA draft, teenage up-and-comers from across Asia are hoping to impress some of the biggest names in basketball at the ...
Expectant Indigenous mothers in Mount Isa are using art to get men more involved in their pregnancies.
A mural by artist Matt Adnate pays tribute to a pioneer of Aboriginal rights and the force behind the Tent Embassy.

Surf is life for Russell Molony

It's hard to discuss the Indigenous Surfing Titles without talking about Russell Molony.
Bells Beach is one of the world's most famous beaches, but its Indigenous heritage isn't as well known.
EXCLUSIVE | Aunty Jenny Munro is opening a new front in the battle to get more low-cost social housing in Sydney. Danny Teece-Johnson reports.
The godfather of Indigenous stand-up comedy Sean Choolburra is back with a new kick ass comedy series & some of the hottest dancers the black community has ever...
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - "What's a demigod gotta do?" Dwayne Johnson's Maui asks when his audience isn't impressed by his antics in the stunning first teaser...
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