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The Bundjalung and Yuin man is in the hunt for a premiership ring with the Rabbitohs and also the prestigious Dally M medal.
Designed in the Pilbara region, the collection features native Australian wildflowers and Aboriginal art in a style reminiscent of the 1970s.
The annual awards are given out by the Australia Council every May 27 to commemorate the historic 1967 referendum.
The Murri Carnival is back on for 2021 and after last year's hiatus, mob from around the state could not be happier.
The language is spoken by around 400 people on the islands of Warruwi and Weyirra (North and South Goulburn Islands), and part of the mainland nearby.
Duelling polls from parties on the opposite ends of the political spectrum have put New Zealanders' appetite for "Aotearoa" to the test.
Victoria's first Indigenous queer commissioner is ready to advocate and be a strong voice for the state's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.
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The state’s upper house has backed Fella’s Bill, named after Aboriginal man Wayne Fella Morrison who died after being made to wear a spit hood by Adelaide prison...
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With the fourteen new rangers' graduation the Traditional Owners are looking forward to a future focused on tourism and conservation.
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Pitjantjatjara woman Dr Lowitja O’Donoghue is receiving the honour for her lifetime contribution to the advancement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander rights.
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