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Lidia Thorpe makes history as the first Indigenous woman elected to Victorian Parliament after a huge swing of 13 per cent away from Labor.
After more than forty years away from country, the ancient remains of Mungo Man have finally been laid to rest with his ancestors. Our reporter Nakari Thorpe...
The juvenile justice royal commission's final report will hand federal and NT governments a blueprint to close a dark chapter inside Australia's youth prisons.
Late Indigenous artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye's renowned 'Earth's Creation I' painting has fetched $2.1 million at an auction in Sydney.
Lidia Thorpe’s campaign to be the first Indigenous woman elected to the Victorian parliament has been marred by racism, but the Gunnai Gunditjimara woman remains...
EXCLUSIVE: Dylan Voller has expressed relief at the release of the juvenile justice royal commission's final report, but warns there is a long way to go in...
Australia's oldest known human remains are on their way back home to be buried on country. It comes after more than 40 years since the remains were discovered at...

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An International Aboriginal Art auction that was expected to break all-time sales records on Tuesday will now go ahead this evening after an allegedly ‘suspicious...
Aboriginal actors and media figures say diversity on screen can help educate Australian audiences about the reality of Indigenous life.
Rapper Adam Briggs has been announced as GQ Agenda Setter Of The Year at the Australian award ceremony in Sydney.
International art auction records are expected to be smashed in Sydney with Emily Kame Kngwarreye’s ‘Earth’s Creation I’ going under the hammer. Who benefits?
Australia's oldest known human remains are on their way back home to be buried on country. It comes after more than 40 years of being discovered at Lake Mungo.
Australia's oldest human remains, known as Mungo Man, have been returned to their traditional owners 40 years after they were removed from the Mungo National Park...
The fruit juice franchise took to Facebook to issue a short apology to its customers.
Senator Pat Dodson has paid tribute to Jacqui Lambie in the Senate following her resignation.
The franchise told NITV News they were trying to ‘visualise the power of fruit and vegetables by having people wear it’.
International art auction records are expected to be smashed in Sydney with Emily Kame Kngwarreye’s ‘Earth’s Creation I’ going under the hammer. Who benefits?
A mystery as to why random clumps of a east coast rainforest tree are found high up in parts of the Great Dividing Range appears to have at last been solved.
The new proposed bail conditions for Aboriginal offenders are already being trialled in Dubbo, New South Wales.
It’s been an uphill battle the past 12 months for the water protectors of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
Twelve female Noongar students are bridging the gap in STEM careers by learning new technologies, thanks to an innovative learning project.
Pat Dodson has spent much of his career fighting for the betterment for First Australians. From activist, Royal Commissioner, to founding Australia's...
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