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Indigenous Australians have taken centre stage at marches across the country for Anzac Day.
Two of the Northern Territory's very own were on showcase at last night’s 59th Annual TV Week Logie Awards.
The national park on Fraser Island has been renamed K'gari (pronounced "gurri"), after the woman's spirit who helped create the island in the Dreamtime.
The stakes are high, if Brazil loses it could face a huge damages bill and further strengthen Indigenous groups fighting to protect their lands.
Victoria Police have launched an investigation after claims a spectator levelled a vile racist rant at a Brisbane trainer during the Lions' loss to the Western...
Indigenous Australians have served the nation in all major conflicts since before Federation, for many this was the first time they experienced equality. But back...
The federal government says it's listened, as it announces continued funding for community and Indigenous legal services.

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The Northern Territory Royal Commission into Youth Justice heard today a youth justice officer denied Voller a request for a toilet break during a five hundred...
One Nation says it will establish 'crocodile ranches' across Queensland if it is elected to govern at the next state election.
A study into the impact of the resources boom on the regions has found some experiencing transitional problems, but the country is better off overall.
Dylan Voller gave video evidence to the Darwin sitting of the Northern Territory Royal Commission into Youth Justice. He told the hearing he hoped "some sort of...
Private schools have put forward a controversial proposal to the Federal Government to create Indigenous-only campuses in return for extra taxpayer funding.
A sacred traditional Noongar site that was used for corroborees has been trashed by vandals on quad bikes and trail bikes in Western Australia.
Technically we are animals, but that doesn't mean its okay to call people animals, writes Nick Haslam from the University of Melbourne for The Conversation.
An education expert says there is no evidence that there is any educational benefit to having Indigenous-only schools.
The lost tribes of Paua New Guniea's highlands are very much alive, writes Emma Gilberthorpe from the University of East Anglia for The Conversation.
The right games can create a place for Indigenous people to find self expression, writes Elizabeth LaPensée from Michigan State University in The Conversation.
In the latest scandal to hit the AFL pictures of a man in a Port Adelaide jersey wearing a swastika armband have emerged on social media.
Indigenous education expert Professor Chris Sarra talks to The Point’s Karla Grant about the challenges of working in remote communities, lifting educational...
Social welfare groups argue age of criminal responsibility is too low and that locking children up does not stop re-offending.
First Nations educators from Australia and New Zealand have come together to promote Indigenous leadership within schools.
With treaty talks well under way in Victoria and new roads being made in South Australia, how is the journey towards Australia's first treaty faring?
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