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EXCLUSIVE: Since 2011 a syphilis epidemic has swept across northern Australia, spreading across multiple states and hitting Indigenous communities hard. Figures...
Research suggests that as many as 50 per cent of new teachers leave the profession within the first five years. Numbers in remote and regional communities can be...
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The New Zealand director revealed in a recent interview that he's buried references to Indigenous flags into the upcoming Marvel blockbuster.
After almost four years in the Upper House, controversial Senator Jacqui Lambie has secured her position in the Parliament. Today, she is part of the group of...
After today's media storm, some year 12 students are claiming that memes and jokes about poet Ellen van Neerven - that many considered to be racist in nature -...
Yawuru / Ngarluma girl, Sarafina Elliott recently returned from her extraordinary trip to Mount Everest base camp where she left a piece of her heritage for...

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Aboriginal Discovery Rangers play a vital role in ensuring culture is practiced and maintained. Now in a state first, Indigenous Rangers have the opportunity to lead...
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Multimedia artist Lisa Reihana reclaims the imperial history of Europeans' voyages to the Pacific at the 57th Venice Biennale in Italy.
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Professional surfer Otis Carey is best known for his cheeky spirit and creative, unorthodox style of riding the waves. But few know he is also a rising star in...
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The President of Ireland has admitted to Australian politicians and dignitaries the role his nation played in the atrocities committed against Aboriginal people...
EXCLUSIVE: The pensioner who shot to fame after paying the fines of a WA Indigenous mum to prevent her being sent to jail has done it again, this time paying the...
After almost four years in the Upper House, controversial Senator Jacqui Lambie has secured her position in the Parliament. Today, she is part of the group of...
The Federal Opposition has attacked the Turnbull government over its failure to provide an update on its plan to transform the Top End into an economic powerhouse.
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