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The High Court heard submissions over whether Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people should be exempt from the government's mandatory deportation powers.
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Amongst the Indigenous winners overnight was Deborah Mailman who took home a gong for her role in the ABC series Total Control.
Health professionals will be better equipped to treat survivors of the Stolen Generations with a new set of resources that addresses their key concerns.
Tasmanian independent Senator Lambie backed the federal government's bill to repeal the medevac laws, which were passed against its wishes in February.
ASIC has banned cold call selling of direct life insurance and consumer credit insurance.
Five more deaths from measles have been recorded in Samoa, where the current death toll is 60, and ahead of a nationwide immunisation program.
A state-based treaty working group in Queensland is preparing to conclude its public consultations on Friday.

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A social media backlash has forced a Young Liberals branch to delete a racist video overnight.
Alwyn Doolan organised a mass movement over the weekend that saw around 100 nations all dance on country at the same time.
Dunghutti and Birpai communities continue their battle against a local council plan to seal the road to a secluded camping site.
An Aboriginal soldier who fell in France during the First World War and was buried in an unnamed grave has been identified.
One of Australia's most decorated media pioneers, Freda Glynn, has been awarded with the most prestigious award at the First Nations Media event on Friday night.
Indigenous artists feature big, bold and beautifully Blak at the 2019 ARIAs in Sydney overnight.
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As the first Indigenous federal cabinet minister, Ken Wyatt is widely respected but by the same token, the expectations on him are very high.
There's a need to develop new tourism activities at Uluru that would entail interacting respectfully with Traditional Owners.
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$105 million to address housing issues in remote Queensland and the Torres Strait will finally begin to flow to affected communities.
After more than fifty years fighting for the rights of his people, the proud Wangerriburra and Birri Gubba man passed away yesterday.
The Quandamooka people have welcomed a Federal Court decision recognising their native title rights over Moreton Island in Queensland.
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Traditional Owners say they were excluded from voting in last month's Australian Electoral Commission ballot on a proposed nuclear waste dump in country SA -...
A proud Adnyamathanha Elder thought he was attending an event to celebrate his daughter, but found 150 people had turned up to honour him instead.
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The High Court heard submissions over whether Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people should be exempt from the government's mandatory deportation powers.
Health professionals will be better equipped to treat survivors of the Stolen Generations with a new set of resources that addresses their key concerns.
From Nat King Cole to Gurrumul, from the Deep South to Arnhem Land, tune in and celebrate these incredible artists with an up-close and personal look at their...
Newly added
Amongst the Indigenous winners overnight was Deborah Mailman who took home a gong for her role in the ABC series Total Control.
Tasmanian independent Senator Lambie backed the federal government's bill to repeal the medevac laws, which were passed against its wishes in February.
ASIC has banned cold call selling of direct life insurance and consumer credit insurance.
Five more deaths from measles have been recorded in Samoa, where the current death toll is 60, and ahead of a nationwide immunisation program.
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Anti-vaxxers are using 'predatory' tactics to seize on community distrust in health services and the result is children are dying from an entirely preventable...
NT Police say the car appears to have rolled at high-speed before hitting trees about 60km west of Jabiru on Monday morning.
A state-based treaty working group in Queensland is preparing to conclude its public consultations on Friday.
A social media backlash has forced a Young Liberals branch to delete a racist video overnight.
An Aboriginal soldier who fell in France during the First World War and was buried in an unnamed grave has been identified.
The critically-acclaimed documentary GURRUMUL, provides insight into the life and legacy of one of Australia's greatest musicians.
The federal and Western Australian governments are heading to the High Court to test whether exclusive beach access should fall within native title claims.
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