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The Council of Remote Area Nurses of Australia (CRANAplus) has released the results of its investigation into remote nurse safety. The inquiry followed the death of...
Leading First Nations architects from around the world have gathered to discuss how Indigenous architecture can shape the modern world.
Ken Wyatt has been named minister for aged care and Indigenous health.
The Sydney Festival is paying homage to the historic vote by enlisting some of our best and brightest to recreate some of the greatest songs of the civil rights...
The NRL Women’s Indigenous All Stars team has been announced, including 8 debutants ready to make their mark in a promising sign for the future of women’s rugby...
Katie Beckett’s ‘Which Way Home’ promises theatre audiences a breath of fresh air against negative portrayals of Aboriginal men.
The family of a second disabled Indigenous woman who died at Campbelltown Hospital is calling for an investigation after it was revealed both women were being...

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Northern Territory police are investigating alleged death threats against a former Don Dale youth detainee, who is due to give evidence at the Royal Commission...
A Human Rights Watch report has criticised Australia’s poor handling of serious human rights issues, citing the mistreatment of children in detention centres, the...
Alice Springs police announced Monday it would no longer staff a 24/7 counter, only to backflip a day later. The Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs used the...

Mundine for PM?

The former rugby league player turned professional boxer will hang up the gloves for good in three weeks, and says he hasn’t ruled out running for Prime Minister.
The latest Meat and Livestock Association's (MLA) annual Australia Day ad is out. It’s the first not to mention ‘Australia Day’, but it doesn’t need to. It...
Indigenous ranger programs would receive $20 million over five years if WA Labor wins the March election, but the state government says the announcement is a ...
Footage allegedly showing police punching and kneeing an Indigenous teenager in Sydney has emerged online.
A class action against the Northern Territory Government could see hundreds of former inmates seeking compensation over alleged abuse in youth detention centre.
Former NRL halfback Chris Sandow avoided conviction in the Murgon Magistrates Court on Tuesday, after agreeing to follow magistrate Andrew Hackett's unorthodox...
The frontman of band The Cat Empire hopes a song he has recorded with an Indigenous youth choir will raise awareness about the death in custody of Ms Dhu and...
The Cat Empire’s Felix Riebl has just released a song about Ms Dhu's death to create awareness, expose racism and demand for justice.
EXCLUSIVE: A West Papuan activist based in Australia has praised Australia for allegedly providing material on the conflict in West Papua for defence force staff,...
Auriel Andrew, one of Australia’s most beloved country singers and Indigenous trailblazers, has passed away at 69.
The Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire Council Mayor has praised the police for confiscating more than 317 litres of alcohol in the dry Indigenous community in far north...
Centrelink has been referring aggrieved payment recipients who say they are receiving demands for debts they don't owe to Lifeline's mental health and suicide...
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