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A disturbing video showing Queensland police arresting an Aboriginal teenager has sparked a review of the incident, police have confirmed.
A breakaway group of delegates have walked out of the Referendum Council’s Uluru talks, claiming it was a flawed process.
Committee to hear form the family of an Aboriginal man who died in an SA prison during an incident involving guards.
Racism drove Indigenous people to play their own game, writes Roy Hay from Deakin University in The Conversation.
The long-awaited discussions around if and how Indigenous Australians should be recognised in the Australian Constitution have begun in Uluru.
Opposition Leader sees road to treaties through constitutional recognition.
The Constitutional recognition forum has kicked off at Uluru with 250 Aboriginal delegates coming together to discuss the best way forward.

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AFL legend and Andyamathanha man Adam Goodes has shared his thoughts ahead of this week’s historic meeting at Uluru, and Reconciliation Week.
It's been two decades since the landmark Bringing Them Home report was tabled in Federal Parliament, and many members of the Stolen Generations are still...
In an Australian first, software developers have come together to think up innovative solutions for First Nations charities.
After twelve nation-wide dialogue meetings across the country, more than 250 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representatives will meet in Uluru to discuss...
EXCLUSIVE: In the last year, Dylan Voller’s name has been splashed over newspapers both nationally and internationally; the image of him strapped to a restraint...
Opinion: Dr Hannah McGlade, Senior Indigenous Research Fellow Curtin University, says the case for moderate reform makes sense in the light of radical...
Painting the 1967 referendum as a ‘success’ in terms of effective reform for Aboriginal people is problematic, writes Gabrielle Appleby, Associate Professor, UNSW...
This Indigenous chef has introduced native bush foods to mainstream menus.
Tracey Moffatt has launched a preview work titled Hell from her newest exhibition My Horizons prior to the upcoming presentation of her works at the Australia...
Professor Mick Dodson has stepped down from the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies after 26 years, 17 of those as its...
Traditional Owners are welcoming visitors with a unique combination of traditional food, culture, and language, during the week-long inaugural festival.
The show explores the longstanding importance of ceremonial masks in Torres Strait Islander culture and how they continue to influence contemporary art forms.
Federal Labor frontbencher and Wiradjuri woman Linda Burney says Australia did experience true apartheid for much of its history.
The Australian Council for Trade Unions fears rate cuts will have a significant impact on Indigenous workers in remote communities where employment is scarce.
A woman's body is found on a river bank and a young Aboriginal man is convicted of her murder. For 25 years, he's been behind bars, and for 25 years, he's...
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