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Townsville has been named as the headquarters for Adani's controversial Carmichael coal mine, amidst ongoing backlash from sections of the Murri community.
The US Army Corps of Engineers announced it would deny plans for a controversial oil pipeline crossing in North Dakota, a major victory for Native Americans and...
A mural that honours five prominent Indigenous human rights activists located in Sydney's famous Bondi Beach has been painted white.
A year ago, medical student Vinka Barunga was determined to become the first Aboriginal doctor in her community. Now, the Worora woman is about to graduate,...
White Ribbon Day is about encouraging men and boys to stand up against domestic violence.
A new deal has laid the groundwork for Indigenous workers to take part in the government’s $50 billion project to construct 12 new submarines.
The joint management of Western Australia's Horizontal Falls by Traditional Owners and the state government is being hailed by conservation groups as a milestone.

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A group of protesters have marched in support of Dennis DJ Doolan, who was shot by police two months ago.
Police have used tear gas and water cannons against hundreds of protesters, in the latest violent clash between law enforcement and activists over the Dakota...
Indigenous leader Noel Pearson has criticised the ABC, calling it "miserable", "racist" and a perpetrator of the "soft bigotry of low expectations".
Customers of government-supported Outback stores spend more than four times more on cigarettes than they do on fruit and vegetables.
The life expectancy of Indigenous Queenslanders has improved slightly, as they are now living one extra year on average. But most are still living a decade less...
Several thousand activists have marched in the Moroccan city of Marrakech to demand environmental justice, just kilometres away from where high level UN climate...
"The more I walked around and introduced myself as a visitor from Australia, the more I could feel the warmth of the entire camp. All of them were there for one...
Officials locked down the North Dakota Capitol on Monday after opponents of the Dakota Access pipeline gathered there, one day before groups planned more than 200...
Australians across the country went out in hordes to watch last night's 'supermoon'. Although cloudy weather conditions in many parts of the country spoiled the...
The latest report card on sexually transmitted diseases in Australia paints a mixed picture of our country's sexual health.
They went to war and fought for our freedom. But when they returned, they were ignored.
An emotional Pat Dodson broke down during the Suicide Prevention Evaluation Project launch in Canberra, as he recalled a late night call informing him a young...
Eight Indigenous broadcasting operators from around the globe are meeting in Sydney to discuss and celebrate Indigenous cultures around the world.
The Cape York leader says the Education Department has "completely dismantled" the school's teaching method, undoing six years of progress.
The Indigenous leader has told ministers to refrain from using the Indigenous portfolio as a political tool, amid a recent push to elevate former Prime Minister...
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