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A $379 million reparations scheme will aim to compensate survivors of the Stolen Generations, with individuals eligible for $82,000.
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The club indicated he would front up to address allegations he directed a racial slur towards an Aboriginal player in a reserves game last month.

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Labor has stuck the boot into the coalition as it walks back from introducing an Indigenous voice to advise government ahead of the election.
Newly added
The Crows forward will also apologise to the Adelaide and North Adelaide clubs, undertake education training and will donate $20,000 towards a South Australian...
The Productivity Commission has launched an investigation into inauthentic First Nations arts and craft, and the impact imitation has on both artists and...
How a boy from remote Northern Territory took his passion for Country, nature and 1950s glamour all the way to the nation's biggest fashion event.
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 club indicated he would front up to address allegations he directed a racial slur towards an Aboriginal player in a reserves game last month.
A $379 million reparations scheme will aim to compensate survivors of the Stolen Generations, with individuals eligible for $82,000.
Despite leading by 15 points in the second quarter, Australia couldn't maintain the defensive pressure against the US, losing 97-78.
A searing documentary puts the justice system on trial.
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The vigil laid 56 sleeping bags on the steps of WA's parliament house, representing the lives lost on the state's streets last year.
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Not content with slaying it at the Olympics, the Muralag and Nyunga star has just inked a multi-million dollar deal with one of NBA's super teams.
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