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After a terrible 160-year-old massacre made headlines because of its links to AFL and cricket pioneer Tom Wills, Keira Jenkins travelled to Gayiri Country and found a...
The family of the 22-year-old wants answers as to how he died, and why it took three months for police to find his body.
The Manjimup RSL president resigned after a Noongar woman was the only person to call out his racist comments.
The four-time premiership winner's new book ‘Silk’ details the obstacles he had to overcome on the way to forging one of the great AFL careers.
The community radio station has started a number of initiatives in a bid to reconnect the town after a devastating outbreak.
'Jim Crow' was a racist epithet for people of colour. Dja Dja Wurrung people say its continued use is offensive.
Descendants of the Wirrayaraay people say they are hurt by the damage done to the site.

 

 

 

 

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The First Nations actress stars in a new series that takes an unflinching look at early colonial Australia.
The Network 10 presenter will join John Paul Janke at the forefront of NITV's flagship news and current affairs program The Point.
Actor and Sydney Theatre Company Resident Director Shari Sebbens has handpicked an excellent selection of funny and inspiring movies and series to chase away the...
Dean Gibson has been making documentaries for over a decade, telling stories of historical wars to political landmarks. But his latest project, capturing...
The devious practices in the global art market take Detective Toni Alma on an epic hunt for a killer. Spanning her small Northern Territory community and art...
The legendary actor delves into his family history, and says it's time Australia had a reckoning with its past too.
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It is a privilege to reject life-saving health interventions while others experience structural barriers to appropriate medical care, writes Bronwyn Carlson and Madi Day.
Heroic, heartbreaking, brave, brutal - the NRL Grand Finalists put on an epic show. Don't be surprised if you see them face off in the decider again very soon,...
OPINION: It is the agency and ownership of the community that will ensure we are ready and able to thrive again, writes Alistair Ferguson.
OPINION: Dedicated justice advocates, Carly Stanley and husband Keenan Mundine know first-hand the healing powers of a loving home.
OPINION: You can't heal in prison according to Keenan Mundine, the co-founder & deputy CEO of a community & justice organisation, he shares hard-earned lessons to...
OPINION: Gomeroi Elder shares her 5 tips on how to save your Country from a mining company.
OPINION: Proof of our ancestors occupation can be found, scattered throughout the land. Many amateur collectors are now handing back ancient treasures, so the...
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This year's winners are a vibrant showcase of bright colours, bold glamour, and textural creations, celebrating the diversity, innovation, and creativity of First...
The competition aims to uncover bold new voices that reflect the diversity of contemporary Australia by inviting aspiring writers to share their stories and have...
Numerous users have reiterated that Black Lives Matter and Women’s marches were non-violent and organisers for those events enforced strict COVID-19 safety...
Melville Island is producing nationally and internationally recognised artists, seven of whom have been nominated in this year’s Telstra National Aboriginal and...
Prominent Torres Strait Islander musician Henry Seaman Dan is being honoured by family and friends after his death at the age of 91.
The star member of the Aboriginal team to tour England in 1868, Johnny Mullagh, will be inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame in February.
Performer Tainga Savage has landed a part in the hit Broadway musical Hamilton, which is set to open in Sydney next year. But it follows a year of emotional...
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Gurindji Elder Jimmy Wavehill was laid to rest on the Country he loved and fought for in Australia's longest ever industrial dispute.
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Yamatji and Noongar woman Dorinda Cox says there needs to be a First Nations response to prevent other sacred sites from meeting a similar fate to the Juukan...
A parliamentary report has issued a scathing assessment of the nation's cultural heritage protection laws which led to the destruction of the 46,000-year-old...
The woven sculptures will make an appearance at the Royal Museum of Art and History in the Belgian capital Brussels.
The flying winger will have the chance to be the first NRL player to score 200 tries at one club after earning a new three-year deal with South Sydney.
The Yamatji and Noongar woman is the seventh active First Nations representative in federal parliament.
The Boomers captain is viewed as a crucial acquisition for Brooklyn as it attempts to make up for last season's semi-finals exit.
Legal experts are concerned about the number of fatal police shootings after months of urging governments to reduce police presence in Aboriginal communities...
Many First Nations entrepreneurs are struggling due to the impacts of COVID-19, but one non-alcohol beer business is bucking the trend and expanding sales worldwide.
The inquiry was sparked following Rio Tinto's destruction of the 46,000-year-old caves in the Pilbara last year.
The study analysed the data of almost 40,000 high school students across New South Wales including 3,686 who are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
This year's National Indigenous Music Awards will be a radio event through a special partnership with Triple J, Double J and Triple J Unearthed.
In a rare interview the singer revealed the "large-scale" project that will explore his maternal Kamilaroi heritage.
The reserve on Wangkalmadla Country will be renamed to reflect its cultural significance and the strong connection its Traditional Owners have to the spot.
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