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The daughters of Edward McHugh - who is awaiting deportation despite living in Australia for more than 40 years - have begged for his release from immigration...
An Indigenous peak health body says health practitioners in a remote community haven’t been adequately trained to advise patients on opting out of My Health Record.
Supporters say removing a bronze statue of the colonial figure is about historical truth and justice.
Two surviving members of the Torres Strait Light Infantry Battalion unveil a new statue to commemorate the group's efforts during WWII.
A new survey reveals Indigenous people in Victoria experience high levels of racism when seeking medical care.
Leaders in Indigenous health are calling on Australia’s peak ophthalmology training body to apologise to an Aboriginal doctor.
A collaborative artwork from a remote Aboriginal community in South Australia has won the 35th NATSIAAs People’s Choice Award.

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The NT families minister said inmates will return to the notorious youth detention centre.
The hard-fought battle for native title over Jabiru in the Northern Territory has been finally won.
Marion Leane Smith's family members hope more people learn about her remarkable story.
The special envoy for Indigenous affairs makes a faux pas on the final day of his tour to remote communities in South Australia.
A war hero's daughter - who was born in Papua New Guinea - faces deportation and has gone into hiding.
The city council bought the landmark building in a $5.3 million deal and the exact use of the space is yet to be determined.
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OPINION: Changing the way we spend can reduce the amount of money that gets distributed as end-of-year profits for big corporates.
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OPINION | How my family's fishing legacy helped me understand my identity as a light-skinned Aboriginal man in the 21st Century, writes Grant Saunders.
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The hard-fought battle for native title over Jabiru in the Northern Territory has been finally won.
Marion Leane Smith's family members hope more people learn about her remarkable story.
A collaborative artwork from a remote Aboriginal community in South Australia has won the 35th NATSIAAs People’s Choice Award.
Leaders in Indigenous health are calling on Australia’s peak ophthalmology training body to apologise to an Aboriginal doctor.
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