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A statue of Captain Cook in Sydney is at the centre of a new battle over Australia's history.
A second Melbourne council risks being stripped of its powers to host citizenship ceremonies after councillors voted to stop holding such events on January 26.
Women from the Djaadjawan dance group all have one thing in common — They're former victims of domestic violence, but their past has brought them together for one...
It will be a far cry from the power plays and political maneuvering of the nation's capital when the former PM once again fulfills his pledge to spend a part of...
These students from Ntaria School in Hermannsburg have created their own enterprise using the world’s oldest culture with the newest technology.
"Our mobs been dreaming for thousands of years but I think some of our younger people have forgotten to dream.”
The Turnbull government's cashless welfare will soon roll out its cashless welfare card to two new communities if new legislation introduced yesterday passes...

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An Aboriginal teenager from WA's far north who tried to take her own life twice says young people must be involved in the design and delivery of suicide...
A Melbourne council has made history by becoming the first in the nation to stop referring to January 26 as Australia Day.
Wiradjuri/ Bangerang and Yorta Yorta man, Lionel Bamblett says urgent action is needed after a report found a disproportionate number of children expelled from...
Why would Aboriginal people want to celebrate a day that represents the end of their culture?
An inquest into the deaths of a group of Aboriginal youths who took their own lives in WA's far north has heard the federal government's Cashless Debit Card has...
Australian country music star Troy Cassar-Daley has called for an Aboriginal treaty after taking out top honours at the National Indigenous Music Awards.
An Indigenous group in remote north-western WA is reportedly the first to start charging tourists who want to visit their traditional lands.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have lived in Australia since the Upper Paleolithic Period. For 65,000 years, our people have called these lands...
Clinton Pryor is the man walking for justice and he has arrived in Sydney's suburb of Redfern to meet, greet and empower Aboriginal Australians in a fight for...
Daly River will become the first remote Northern Territory Indigenous community to be powered by solar energy.
High profile campaign with millions in public funding to be ditched.
Indigenous recognition must come before referendums on extended parliamentary terms or on becoming a republic.
Opinion: Paternalistic welfare policies are not the answer writes Dr. Hannah McGlade Senior Indigenous Research Fellow at Curtin University.
Ten years after the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, some progress has been made to formally recognise Indigenous...
A new campaign calling for more cashless welfare cards which uses a violent video as its centrepiece has been criticised for cherry picking incidents to paint a...
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