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A man who chased Elijah Doughty in his ute in WA's Goldfields region and ran over the teen has been found not guilty of manslaughter.
Days after announcing he would stand in the Alice Springs council elections, Indigenous man Dylan Voller has pulled out, citing his "mental health".
The family of Aboriginal woman Ms Dhu, who died in police custody, is launching legal action against the state government.
Leaders of Mowanjum, a remote WA Aboriginal community, say changes to the federal government's work-for-the-dole scheme has damaged traumatised communities.
The Yindjibarndi people have secured native title rights over Pilbara land including Fortescue's Solomon mine and vowed to seek compensation from the company.
The Australian Law Reform Commission has recommended that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people work off their fines, rather than do time for them.
A 17-year-old Aboriginal boy was found dead at Broome's football oval on a night he had been spoken to by police who say they did not know he told other police...

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It took less than a week for Indigenous Man, Eric James Whittaker to die in prison. Today, his family and friends marched to NSW Parliament House demanding reform.
Indigenous community organisations will receive $25 million in federal funds to help combat domestic violence, Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion has...
Exclusive: Indigenous man dies in custody shackled to a bed while in a coma, after sustaining unexplained head injuries.
The community of Jabiru in Kakadu National Park is trying to plan for its future once the Ranger uranium mine which is the major employer and provider of services...
There has been mixed reaction to the handing down of the now-disbanded Referendum Council’s final report on Monday.
Today the PM has finally released the full report of the former Referendum Council following the Uluru forum in May.
The future of Jabiru, an outback town near the Northern Territory's Kakadu National Park, is uncertain as the local uranium mine prepares to pull out.
A coronial inquest into the suicides of 13 young Indigenous people in the Kimberley has heard that a teenage boy who took his life had ten years earlier told a...
The protesters are demanding the formal demarcation of their Indigenous land, and the return of burial urns that they said had disappeared during the plant’s...
The Northern Territory government is establishing another early intervention wilderness camp for at-risk children after BushMob, the only remote alternative to...
Scandal: Report reveals children left soaked in urine and locked up for days, while prison guards use flash bombs and shotgun laser sights to control detainees.
Federal Labor MP Linda Burney has expressed her disappointment at the recommendations made by the Referendum Council's final report on constitutional recognition.
A new campaign focus on women and girls in the NRL.
Photographer Sunny Brar decided to embark on a self-funded project to capture ‘the face of Australia’ in order to find his own identity. The starting point? First...
Education is a huge barrier to Indigenous Australian soldiers moving up the ranks, but a successful NT program is boosting numbers.
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