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The family of a New South Wales Indigenous man who died in custody last week are seeking for answers surrounding his death.
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Tourists to Stradbroke Island - or Minjerribah, as it's known to the Quandamooka people - are getting a deeper understanding of local Aboriginal culture thanks to...
The Australian Bureau of Statistics is deploying a task force to 200 remote communities in the wake of allegations that the Same-Sex Postal forms were being...
Traditional Owners, Indigenous rangers and Charles Darwin University researchers work together to save critically endangered sawfish pups.
Former NRL greats such as Preston Campbell, Nathan Blacklock and Steve Renouf returned to the field for the opening of the 2017 Murri Rugby League Carnival.
Declaring that Canada is 'no land of wonders,' Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the United Nations on Thursday that his country was working to address failures...
One of the most multicultural casts will take to the stage in Australia to tell the story of legendary American singer-songwriter Carole King.

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The Namatjira family hope a new film telling the story of their plight to regain the copyright of the iconic Australian artist will help heal wounds from the past
Opinion: Realising I’m gay was almost too much to bear through my teenage years, writes NITV News journalist and IndigenousX host Allan Clarke. We have to call...
Rights, reconciliation and 1967 Referendum campaigner died peacefully surrounded by family.
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...
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.
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.
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.
The life of Dr G Yunupingu, one of Australia's most remarkable musicians, was celebrated today at a state memorial service in Darwin.
A Facebook post by Aboriginal social rights campaigner Celeste Liddle has left people in hysterics today, after discovering the true meaning behind the name of a...
The ACT government has become the first jurisdiction in the country to recognise Reconciliation Day as a public holiday.
St. Louis police are investigating whether some of its officers chanted. "Whose streets? Our streets" during protests over the acquittal of a white former...
Poet living in a caravan in South Australia collects major poetry prize in the US, worth more than $200,000.
For the third night in a row protests have turned violent as anger flares after acquittal of officer responsible for the death of a African American man in 2011.
Rirratjingu Aboriginal Corporation suffers another blow in ongoing legal fight over bauxite mine royalties.
Remote Indigenous communities on NT’s Tiwi Islands experience dramatic improvement in life expectancy, research shows.
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