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Researchers say government policies have exacerbated COVID-19 in First Nations communities by not listening to Aboriginal health services.
The return of the prime piece of real estate is a major victory in the fight for Land Rights in Australia's biggest city.
The group is linked to the fire at the doors of Old Parliament House but is not linked to the Aboriginal Tent Embassy.
Inmates at Roebourne Regional Prison had to withstand temperatures above 50 degrees in cells after authorities ignored recommendations to install air-conditioning.
From freedom rides to sporting triumphs, tributes flow for a teacher and mentor who dedicated his life to promoting and protecting Aboriginal rights and culture.
The mother of Kamilaroi-Dunghutti man Ricky Hampson Jnr has called for a public coronial inquest and accountability over his death in August last year.

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A grieving father has demanded answers as to why his deceased son "didn't get the right treatment" at Dubbo Hospital.
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Researchers say government policies have exacerbated COVID-19 in First Nations communities by not listening to Aboriginal health services.
The return of the prime piece of real estate is a major victory in the fight for Land Rights in Australia's biggest city.
The group is linked to the fire at the doors of Old Parliament House but is not linked to the Aboriginal Tent Embassy.
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Inmates at Roebourne Regional Prison had to withstand temperatures above 50 degrees in cells after authorities ignored recommendations to install air-conditioning.
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From freedom rides to sporting triumphs, tributes flow for a teacher and mentor who dedicated his life to promoting and protecting Aboriginal rights and culture.
A demonstration tied to a recent fire at Old Parliament House has clashed with police during another protest, this time outside Parliament House.
The mother of Kamilaroi-Dunghutti man Ricky Hampson Jnr has called for a public coronial inquest and accountability over his death in August last year.
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