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Indigenous servicemen and women, as well as the lives taken in the Frontier Wars, are being remembered across the country on Anzac Day.
A group of Vietnam veterans have gathered in central Queensland for the 45-year reunion of a unit that nobody knew existed.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have been honoured for their military service at this year's Indigenous Anzac service in Canberra.
At 20-years-old, Yorta Yorta and Dja Dja Warrung man Graham Atkinson was conscripted in the deeply controversial Vietnam War. Thrust into army training and sent...
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For the first time in both Australian and New Zealand history, the Haka and Corroboree were performed together.
It's the second native title determination for the Wajarri Yamatji community in WA, and covers Australia's largest and deepest underground ochre mine.
University research projects have been awarded $14 million in federal funding to understand and help improve the higher dementia rates among Indigenous Australians.
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Indigenous servicemen and women, as well as the lives taken in the Frontier Wars, are being remembered across the country on Anzac Day.
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For the first time in both Australian and New Zealand history, the Haka and Corroboree were performed together.
With the recent announcement that the NT Government is lifting fracking bans, SEED's 'Water Is Life' documentary is now more important than ever.
During WW2, an advertisement called for volunteers to "adopt" Aboriginal soldiers. Private Clarrie Combo's letters to Mrs F. C. Brown, gives us a rare opportunity...
A group of Vietnam veterans have gathered in central Queensland for the 45-year reunion of a unit that nobody knew existed.
At 20-years-old, Yorta Yorta and Dja Dja Warrung man Graham Atkinson was conscripted in the deeply controversial Vietnam War. Thrust into army training and sent...
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have been honoured for their military service at this year's Indigenous Anzac service in Canberra.
The Frontier Wars was the bloodiest conflict on Australian soil. We look at five of the warriors who fought for their people and their land against colonial forces.
OPINION | Conflict was protracted and anguishing, but our warriors’ resistance was widespread and persistent, writes Jidah Clark.
The only identified Indigenous Australian woman in WWI was actually serving for Canada.
It's the second native title determination for the Wajarri Yamatji community in WA, and covers Australia's largest and deepest underground ochre mine.
The NRL’s Anzac Day games are a great way for Australians to commemorate those who served, as well as the selfless Aboriginal soldiers, according to former rugby...
University research projects have been awarded $14 million in federal funding to understand and help improve the higher dementia rates among Indigenous Australians.
The federal government's $550 million is half of the NT government's election promise on remote Indigenous housing.
Fremantle Dockers players wore black armbands to honour former teammate Shane Yarran who passed away last week.
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