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After four decades of away from country, Australia's oldest human remains are finally home.
One of Australia's most iconic bands has reminded the nation that the time for Treaty is now.
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Mr Smith posted a photo online to his 74 million followers, after spending an afternoon with Elder Aunty Margret Campbell.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has expressed disappointment to the Green's push to change the date of Australia Day. In a Facebook video, he said calls to...
The family of Mark Haines continues their plea for justice 30 years on from his suspected murder, as NSW police face accusations that they failed to fully...
We're seeing a lot of 'rewriting Australia's history' - and it's not coming from the left.
Samantha Cooper, who was sacked two days after filing a racial discrimination complaint, says she wants to make workplaces safer for those in Indigenous...

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The Greens leader said the party would organise a major political campaign focused on abandoning January 26 as the official date of Australia Day.
We're seeing a lot of 'rewriting Australia's history' - and it's not coming from the left.
After seven years online, suspected hackers have deleted much loved Facebook page 'Blackfulla Revolution'. Devastated page administrator Dei Phillips is inviting...
For Mark Latham, a dystopian and totalitarian country awaits us if Australians continue to push for changing the date of Australia Day on January 26th.
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Multimedia artist Lisa Reihana reclaims the imperial history of Europeans' voyages to the Pacific at the 57th Venice Biennale in Italy.
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One of Australia's most iconic bands has reminded the nation that the time for Treaty is now.
Is it viable to host a national day that celebrates both, the coloniser and the colonised?
By large, Indigenous people do not want to celebrate 'Australia Day', but we are seeing more Indigenous representation become the mouthpiece of the contrary.
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The Labor frontbencher confirmed her party won’t be pushing to change the date, but instead will focus on the practical issues affecting First Australians, such...
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Mr Smith posted a photo online to his 74 million followers, after spending an afternoon with Elder Aunty Margret Campbell.
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We're seeing a lot of 'rewriting Australia's history' - and it's not coming from the left.
The family of Mark Haines continues their plea for justice 30 years on from his suspected murder, as NSW police face accusations that they failed to fully...
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has expressed disappointment to the Green's push to change the date of Australia Day. In a Facebook video, he said calls to...
Greens leader Richard Di Natalie says his party will prioritise changing the date of Australia Day with a major campaign to abandon January 26, despite the...
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