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The innocent teenager was thrown into a fence and handcuffed in a violent case of of mistaken identity.
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More than a hundred Indigenous tenants could be left homeless after being told to vacate their Toowoomba homes.
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Proud Woolwonga and Gurindji woman, Susan Moylan-Coombs has launched her campaign to take on Tony Abbott for the seat of Warringah in the next Federal election.
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The 250th anniversary of Captain James Cook's first voyage to Australia and the Pacific will be marked by a series of events and a retracing of the route.
Media is only interested in Indigenous protests if they're "burning down buildings", says a veteran Aboriginal activist.
Indigenous groups along the Murray Darling are backing calls for a royal commission and urging for a change in water policy.
The campaign draws on the “good humoured rivalry” between Australia and New Zealand.

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Djiribul woman Shelley Reys has spent her career trying to bridge the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
Pitjantjatjara musician, Frank Yamma has had a long career earmarked with some rough living.
They’ve travelled 800 kilometres from home, and for some of them, it’s the first time they’ve seen the ocean.
The cold case death still remains unresolved more than three decades after 17-year-old was found dead.
Neil Morris, or DRMNGNOW, is a Yorta-Yorta man and musician with a purpose. Speaking to NITV on the launch of his single ANCESTORS, he talks music, responsibility...
One of the band’s founders said he does not support protests on the national holiday or changing the date.
Experts say more needs to be done after five Aboriginal youth suicides and a sixth in hospital after a suspected suicide attempt in first weeks of the new year.

 

 

 

 

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The innocent teenager was thrown into a fence and handcuffed in a violent case of of mistaken identity.
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Djiribul woman Shelley Reys has spent her career trying to bridge the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
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Concerned that he has been away from his home country of Taree for over twenty years, a son decides to quit everything to go fishing with his father and salvage a...
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More than a hundred Indigenous tenants could be left homeless after being told to vacate their Toowoomba homes.
Newly added
The 250th anniversary of Captain James Cook's first voyage to Australia and the Pacific will be marked by a series of events and a retracing of the route.
Newly added
Proud Woolwonga and Gurindji woman, Susan Moylan-Coombs has launched her campaign to take on Tony Abbott for the seat of Warringah in the next Federal election.
Neil Morris, or DRMNGNOW, is a Yorta-Yorta man and musician with a purpose. Speaking to NITV on the launch of his single ANCESTORS, he talks music, responsibility...
Indigenous groups along the Murray Darling are backing calls for a royal commission and urging for a change in water policy.
An investigation is ongoing into the outrage from last week, which affected hundreds in two states.
Security-camera footage shows the man was outnumbered six-to-one and punched in the head.
Media is only interested in Indigenous protests if they're "burning down buildings", says a veteran Aboriginal activist.
Pitjantjatjara musician, Frank Yamma has had a long career earmarked with some rough living.
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A 20-year-old man accused of murdering international student Aiia Maasarwe in Melbourne has returned to court.
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